Monthly Archives: January 2018

NASWCA MEMBER PROMOTIONS

 

Anthony DiMartino, MSW, was recently promoted to serve as Legislative Director for California State Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, 79th CA Assembly District.

Prior to his promotion, DiMartino was a Legislative Aide for California State Assemblywoman Weber. He also served as a California State Assembly Fellow. Part of his accomplishments with Assemblywoman Weber included ..Read More…

PETITION PROCESS TO BE PLACED ON THE CHAPTER ELECTION BALLOT

 

The petition process allows members nominated by not selected by the Chapter Committee on Nominations & Leadership Identification (CCNLI) to add his/her name to the slate by submitting a petition to the Chapter Committee on Nominations & Leadership Identification (CCNLI) within 30 days of the announcement.

This year’s deadline for petition submission ..Read More…

NASW Statement in Response to Trump’s Executive Order to Revoke TPS

The following link to the NASW statement on last week’s Executive Order from the Trump Administration to revoke the Temporary Protective Status (TPS) for Salvadorans and Haitians. The statement also includes a reference to the racially charged comments by Trump on immigration requests from African nations and Haitians.

https://www.socialworkers.org/News/News-Releases/ID/1621/NASW-opposes-President-Trumps-Revocation-of-Temporary-Protection-Status-TPS-for-Immigrants

 

 

How You Can Help a Client Qualify for Disability Benefits

If you have a client who’s unable to work due to a recent injury or an intellectual disability, you may be able to help her qualify for Social Security disability benefits. The Social Security Administration (SSA) offers monthly aid for people of all ages who are unable to work due to a ..Read More…

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