Social Work News

Implications of Coronavirus (COVID-19) for America's Vulnerable and Marginalized Populations

By this time, nearly all Americans are aware that the country (and the world) is experiencing a pandemic caused by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). While pandemics are not new to the United States, COVID-19 is emerging as a public health crisis that has the potential to directly or indirectly impact nearly every household in the country.
Apr 27, 2020

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Reinforcing the Essential Nature of Social Work

From the NASW Social Work Blog: The Association of Social Work Boards, the Council on Social Work Education, and the National Association of Social Workers are committed to collaborating on the range of issues affecting the social work profession and the people and communities we serve in this ever-changing and unsettling environment created by the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
Apr 21, 2020

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Immigration: Social Workers Focused on Trauma-Related Impact

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Social workers focus on the trauma-related impact of immigration policies and enforcement and discuss how to help and how to provide services.
Apr 16, 2020

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Social Work Grad School Virtual Fair

Join us next week, 4/15 for CareerEco's virtual grad fair!
Apr 7, 2020

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NASW's Response to $2 trillion Coronavirus Relief Package

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The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) commends Congress and the White House for passing into law the $2.2 trillion economic relief package that will provide aid to individuals, families and communities.
Mar 31, 2020

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