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NASW-CA Hosting Follow-up Meeting for “Re-Opening your Private Practice: An Interactive Discussion Forum” On August 27th

NASW-CA Hosting Follow-up Meeting for “Re-Opening your Private Practice: An Interactive Discussion Forum” On August 27th

As a follow up to our June 7th discussion on re-opening your private practice – we are hosting a check-in on this same topic. Some clinicians have re-opened, some have closed their physical offices, some are still tentatively going to re-open if it is safe – some of us don’t know what to do as ..Read More…

JOIN US For Our Next Monthly Virtual Peer Support Group Meeting on August 10th!

NASW-CA’s Virtual Peer Support Group meets once every month! If you have questions, and would benefit from peer support regardless of the area you’re in, join us for our next meeting! We’ll be meeting on August 10th, 2020, from 7pm-8pm!

Register by going to www.naswca.org! Go to Events tab on the right side of the homepage ..Read More…

NCBW is Hosting “Advocacy In Action: Operation Amplify The Vote,” A Free Virtual Event On August 12th!

To launch their August Advocacy in Action Series: Operation Amplify the Vote, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, New Haven Metropolitan Chapter is hosting this powerful event to learn from experts on voter suppression and engagement as well as to provide successful tools to GOTV in your communities:

Wednesday, August 12th @ 7pm ET: Amplify the ..Read More…

NASW-CA Social Work Occupational Council Hosting Virtual Event For New Social Workers on August 7th

NASW-CA’s Social Work Occupational Council and Region I are co-hosting a virtual event on August 7th from 6:00PM-7:30PM for new graduates and early career social workers to discuss salary expectations and negotiations, benefits, and helpful tips on workplace safety, workplace culture, as well as burnout – what it is and tips on how to prevent ..Read More…

FREE WEBINAR: Engaging students & field partners to vote in upcoming elections

Engaging students & field partners to vote in upcoming elections
Open forum for faculty, field, supervisors and students
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
11:00 am – 12:00 pm, Eastern

Please join us for an interactive, open discussion about how schools of social work can: 

Join the Voting is Social Work and VotER CampaignsBuild students’ civic literacy and engagement, including voting as a ..Read More…

NASW-CA’s Santa Clarita Unit Hosting Virtual Training on Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention on August 7th

 NASW-CA’s Santa Clarita Unit is excited to collaborate with the Health Workforce Initiative (Powered by California Community Colleges) and William S. Hart Union High School District Therapeutic Counseling Department, to bring you the required 6-hour CEU training Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention on Friday, 8/7/20, from 8:30 am to 3 pm (with 30 min break), VIRTUALLY due to the ..Read More…

REGISTER TODAY: NASW-CA Hosting “Reconceptualizing Public Safety” Virtual Forum On July 2nd!

On July 2nd, NASW-CA will be hosting our second event in light of murders of George Floyd, Brionna Taylor, Tony McDade, and countless other lives cut short by police brutality and racism, as well as the pressure brought forth by the millions of citizens that have participated in the Black Lives Matter Protests nationwide in ..Read More…

JOIN US For Our Next Monthly Virtual Peer Support Group Meeting on July 13th!

NASW-CA’s Virtual Peer Support Group meets once every month! If you have questions, and would benefit from peer support regardless of the area you’re in, join us for our next meeting! We’ll be meeting on July 13th, 2020, from 7pm-8pm!

Register by going to www.naswca.org! Go to Events tab on the right side of the homepage ..Read More…

SAVE THE DATE: NASW-CA Hosting “Reconceptualizing Public Safety” Virtual Forum on July 2nd!

SAVE THE DATE! On July 2nd, we will be hosting our second event in our discussion series. We will have a few guest speakers working in different aspects of social work throughout California and will also have an open discussion for people who tune in to ask questions.

Our goal is to gather opinions and ideas ..Read More…

A Social Work Conversation On Racial Injustice: Virtual Discussion On June 6th

Sometimes there’s an event that pierces our hearts and we are reminded of or awakened to the injustice in our society. The murders of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd are just those events. People in communities across the country take to the streets to express their outrage and ..Read More…

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