Monthly Archives: February 2018

Social Worker of the Year Nominations!

Social Worker of the Year Nominations!

Every year, the California Chapter of NASW honors individuals who have made significant contributions to social work. It’s time to submit your nominations!  

These include social workers who have performed outstanding work in the past few years (Social Worker of the Year); social workers who have a lifetime of major achievements (Lifetime Award); ..Read More…

Call for 2018 NASW-CA Annual Conference Presenter Proposals


The NASW-CA Chapter is requesting proposals for 90-minute presentations covering a broad range of topics related to clinical practice issues for experienced practitioners.

2018 NASW-CA Annual Conference Date and Location

Friday – October 26, 2018 – Marriott Hotel, Los Angeles, CA (LAX Airport)

(pre-license and license renewal classes take place on ..Read More…

Protective Measures: California Minimizes the Loss of Federal Subsidies for Health Insurance



By Jason Bloome

In October 2017, a federal judge sided with the Trump administration in a lawsuit filed by California and 17 other states that sought to compel the federal government to continue paying subsidies to lower the cost of health insurance for the benefit of millions of low-income residents. The impact ..Read More…

Official NASW Training on the 2017 Revisions to the Code of Ethics

The revised NASW Code of Ethics went into effect January 1, 2018.  These revisions reflect the most substantive changes to the Code since 1996. The 2017 revisions to the Code focus largely on the use of technology and the implications of technology for ethical practice. Nineteen sections of the Code were affected. Make ..Read More…

Get on the Cutting Edge of Elder Abuse Research and Conversation  


Learn about and help to propel the field of elder justice by joining activists, caregivers, lawmakers, researchers, thought leaders, and other stakeholders at the USC Judith D. Tamkin International Symposium on Elder Abuse in Pasadena on March 1-2.

The symposium is planned by the University of Southern California Center on Elder ..Read More…

NASW-CA Rehabilitation & Inclusion Council Report

In an effort to bring awareness to the forefront, and align previous and current reform efforts, the NASW-CA’s Rehabilitation and Inclusion Council would like to engage NASW members and Community members and partners.

The Rehabilitation & Inclusion Council seeks to promote and attain parity in career and higher education opportunities for rehabilitated persons with criminal ..Read More…