Association News: February / March 2023

Read updates from the association's national office and local chapters.

Featured Stories

Social Work Breaks Barriers


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After Hurricane Ian, Florida Chapter Members Volunteer to Provide Assistance, Necessities
In the hurricane's aftermath, the Florida chapter board met to identify needs, connected with the American Red Cross, and shared resources and volunteer opportunities with members.

In Brief

David L. Albright, PhD, MSW; Robyn Golden, MA, LCSW; and Steve Wanczyk-Karp, LMSW, are recognized for their contributions and achievements.

Read In Brief: February / March 2023

NASW Press


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Clinical Practice

Compassion Fatigue Results From Burnout and Secondary Traumatic Stress; NASW Urges Social Workers to Help Clients With Insurance Coverage; Practice Alert Includes Information About Medicare Coverage Options and More

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Social Work in Action

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Read about National White Ribbon Day; the Community Mental Wellness Act, and; updates on social work licensure in Ohio.

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After Retirement from Clinical Practice, Chapter President Still Eager to Serve
NASW New Hampshire Chapter president Carol Sobelson, MS, says retirement has allowed her more time to devote to social work advocacy.

NASW Foundation

Foundation's New Acting Assistant Director Sees Opportunities to Expand
Brian Williams, MSW, former president of the NASW Tennessee Chapter, is the new acting assistant director of the NASW Foundation.

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Events Calendar: February / March 2023

View our calendar of upcoming conferences, webinars and other events at NASW and related organizations.

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Social Workers in the Public Eye

Four NASW members are quoted in media stories about veteran homelessness, the mental health crisis, Medicaid expansion, and behavioral health initiatives in Boston.

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