Monthly Archives: July 2017

Register for the 2017 NASW-CA Annual Conference

Register for the 2017 NASW-CA Annual Conference

It’s not too early to register for this year’s NASW-CA Annual Conference!

On the licensure track? We are offering licensure courses needed to become an LCSW: Substance Use, Abuse, and Dependency, Aging and Long-Term Care, Child Abuse Assessment and Reporting, and Human Sexuality.

Want to supervise those becoming licensed? Take ..Read More…

We Need YOU to Take BBS Survey

The Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) is conducting a survey of BBS registrants and licensees, as well as behavioral health agency directors. This survey is voluntary and anonymous. The purpose of the survey is:

To gather information about different types of work settings in which clinical services (assessment, diagnosis and/or treatment) are provided; and, To ..Read More…



NASWCA will provide up to TEN $1,000 scholarships to Native American undergraduate or graduate social work students in California.

• Applicants must be a member of NASW or join NASW to apply.
• Graduate and undergraduate students must be enrolled in a Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited school ..Read More…

Social Workers Get Tips From Sex Trafficking Survivor

Social service providers in California’s Mendocino County are learning how to spot potential victims of sex trafficking from someone who’s been there. In her training sessions, survivor Elle Snow says her vulnerability resulted from sexual molestation at home and lack of help from authorities, conditions often shared by children in foster care.

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Standards of Technology in Social Work Practice Released


NASW and the Association of Social Work Boards, Council on Social Work Education, and Clinical Social Work Association have released Standards for Technology in Social Work Practice to address social workers’ use of electronic technology.

The new standards offer guidance on how to provide information to the public; design and deliver services; ..Read More…

Military & Family Life Counselor (Full-time/Rotational)

This position has the responsibility of providing counseling services to military service members and their families on installations. These services include non-medical, short-term, walk-around counseling, training and wellness presentations, provision of health fairs, and consultation to installation command regarding behavioral health issues. Counselors work closely with the installation and military branch Points of Contact to ..Read More…

The Opportunity for Collaboration through Mobile Technology




By Stephen Shrank

One of the biggest strengths of social work is the vast amount of workers daily traversing nearly every neighborhood of a given metropolitan area. However, a weakness has been a lack of collaboration and consolidation of the knowledge, resources and observations of these workers.

There are a variety ..Read More…