Monthly Archives: December 2014

Preliminary NASW-CA 2015 Election Slate

Preliminary NASW-CA 2015 Election Slate


Interested members wishing to be nominated for empty positions please email by January 12, 2015.

Members wishing to run for positions already double slated may submit a nomination petition to the Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification by January 26, 2015. 

For a statewide position, the ..Read More…

2014 Legislative Session Update

Legislative Update

By Rebecca Gonzales, Director of Government Relations and Political Affairs

The National Association of Social Workers, California Chapter (NASW-CA) is proud to release our 2014 Legislative Scorecard.  NASW-CA represents over 10,000 professional social workers who have degrees from accredited social work programs.  NASW-CA advocates on behalf of our members and their clients, for the ..Read More…

Webinar: Ethical Challenges Working with Children, Families and Schools

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Time: 12 – 3 pm (ET)
CE: 3 CEs
Presenter:  Frederic G. Reamer, PhD
Moderator: Dawn M. Hobdy, MSW

This webinar will provide participants with an overview of complex ethical issues pertaining to social work with children, families, and schools.  

Participants will learn how to identify ethical dilemmas, ..Read More…

What Every CCRC Resident Should Know About CAOC

Consumer Attorneys of California Co-sponsored AB 2171 (Wieckowski)

By Lillian L. Hyatt, MSW, Resident of a CCRC and AARP Policy Specialist on CCRCs

This column will inform my readers about a unique organization that protects the right of elderly people to have access to our very expensive judicial system. CCRC residents should be aware ..Read More…

Attention! Ethics Consultation Extended Hours

In an effort to improve NASW members’ ethics consultation
experience, the Office of Ethics and Professional Review (OEPR) is excited to announce the extension of the ethics consultation days and hours. 

Beginning Monday, January 5, 2015, ethics consultations will be provided as follows:

Hours & Contact Info (800) 638-8799


Mondays 1:00pm ..Read More…

CANHR Recognizes Long Time Advocate Lillian Hyatt

CANHR’s mission is to advocate on behalf of California’s
long term care consumers. In 2014 CANHR took on its biggest legislative effort to date, crafting 14 pieces of legislation in support of residents’ rights in RCFEs, in addition to the Medi-Cal Recovery reform bill SB 1124.

Lillian Hyatt, M.S.W., is a longtime CANHR ..Read More…