find out 2022世界杯阿根廷预选赛赛程 chapter legislative and policy victories and activities at chapters around the country, in puerto rico, the u.s. virgin islands, and guam.
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nasw-mass. executive director rebekah gewirtz says hyperlocal organizing is one way to respond to the scotus decision to overturnroe v. wade.
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a nasw-north carolina project with local television station wral-tv began when the chairperson of the chapter’s ethics committee, ravita t. omabu okafor, had the idea of mental health professionals taking calls from the public.
the first dei workshop received positive reviews, but members wanted more time to dive deeper into the concepts and strategies. so a follow-up program, “maintaining sustained change during unprecedented times,” was held june 2022.
nasw-new mexico celebrated when gov. michelle lujan grisham signed into law the indian family protection act on march 3, 2022, as she praised the “historic collaboration between the state and its 23 tribes, nations and pueblos.”
nasw new jersey chapter
nasw-nj has launched “stories of change: the social work oral history institute” in collaboration with storycorps. these stories will be preserved for generations to come in the american folklife center at the u.s. library of congress.
sam hickman became the nasw west virginia chapter executive director in october 1985 and retired 36 years later, in october 2021, as the longest-serving chapter leader at nasw.
the oklahoma chapter's idea for a mentoring program organically blossomed into a growing support network.
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tonie protzman, nasw- alaska’s executive director, said the chapter is building a library of programs that will be on demand and available to all members.
“i think we have the responsibility as part of our social work values to make sure we’re meeting the needs of the profession and the professionals—and meeting the needs of self-care,” says new mexico chapter executive director mika tari.
nasw connecticut chapter
thepolice accountability bill signed into law in july 2020 mandates police departments study the utilization of social workers. the nasw connecticut chapter sends a paper to all police chiefs in the state that highlighted ways social workers could work with law enforcement, including doing collaborative 911 call responses.
around the country, nasw chapters are organizing for racial justice.
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