Senators Stabenow and Barrasso Re-Introduce Improving Access to Mental Health Act

Sen. Stabenow and Sen. Barrasso have reintroduced the Improving Access to Mental Health Act, a bill that would make mental health services more available to older Americans and boost the rate that Medicare reimburses clinical social workers. Read more

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NASW Calls for End to Federal Government Shutdown

The National Association of Social Workers calls on the White House and Congress to end the government shutdown and provide services to our nation's most vulnerable. Additional resources on the impact of the shutdown are provided. Read more

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Elizabeth M. Z. Farmer New Dean at University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work

Elizabeth M.Z. Farmer, a professor and associate dean for research at Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Social Work, has been named dean of the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work. Read more

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Social Work Pioneer® Gary Bailey Is One of Boston’s Most Influential People of Color for 2018

Social Work Pioneer and former NASW President Gary Bailey was named one of Greater Boston's 100 Most Influential People of Color for 2018. Read more

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ASWB Completes Practice Analysis, Will Launch New Social Work Licensing Exams in 2018

The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) has released its 2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work. Changes to licensing exams will take effect January 2, 2018. Read more

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