Social Work Advocates:

December 2022 / January 2023 Issue

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COVID-19 Year 3

Social workers and their clients continue to navigate the pandemic and its impact, even as society shifts back toward 'normal.'

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Preventing Recidivism Among Top Goals for Social Workers

Social workers are instrumental in helping men and women prepare for release and success as they leave prison.

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Bipartisan Legislation Seeks to Address Social Impacts of Climate Change

NASW members are encouraged to urge their U.S. House and Senate members to enact this climate change legislation.

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Social Worker and Lifelong Swimmer Now Swims With Baby

Outpatient mental health therapist Stephanie Urbina says swimming teaches listening skills and discipline.

More in This Issue

Mit Joyner

May the Ups and Downs of 2022 Make Us Stronger and Ready to Take on 2023

From the President

Laetitia Clayton

Focus on the Positive in 2023

Editor's Note

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Social Workers in the Public Eye

Read media articles with NASW members quoted as experts.

Angelo McClain

Good Transitions Are Important

From the former CEO

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Association News

Read news from our chapters, the board and more.

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Schools of Social Work

The University of Denver, Augsburg University, and the University of Oklahoma schools of social work discuss their initiatives and programs.

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NASW Events Calendar: December 2022 / January 2023

View a calendar of upcoming conferences, webinars and other events.

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