NASW Webinar on Monday, March 23, 2020 (1 – 2 pm ET)
Now more than ever, social work practitioners and students need specialized knowledge, cultural competence and preparedness to effectively work with veterans, and military personnel in the criminal justice system (CJS). Forensic social work with this CJS population is a specialized and underdeveloped area.
Presenter: Bradley J. Schaffer, LMSW, BCD, FSW.
The Military Families Learning Network engages military family service providers and Cooperative Extension educations to provide support, training and resources to families on and off military installations and in our communities.
Home Base, a partnership of the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital, has been breaking new ground, leading regional and national efforts with a multi-disciplinary team of experts working together to help Service Members, Veterans and their Families heal from the Invisible Wounds: traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress (PTS), and related conditions.
The PTSD Consultation Program, launched in 2011 to support VA providers, is now available to providers outside of the VA who are treating Veterans with PTSD and services are free.
University of Southern California
USC Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families' offers training education to prepare behavioral health professionals and others for meeting the unique needs of those affected by military service.
The NASW Specialty Practice Sections (SPS) enable members to stay abreast of what is happening in the profession and to be most effective in doing your job. Specialty Practice Sections offer the opportunity for professional development through live practice-specific teleconferences, free continuing educations credits, social work chats, e-Alerts, and much more.