The New Social Worker is an endorser of the National Social Worker Voter Mobilization Campaign. Terry Mizrahi and Mimi Abramovitz write about the campaign's background and ways social workers can get involved in getting out the vote in 2018. more


Nicole George is a social worker running for District 21 Metro Council in Louisville, Kentucky. This is her message for Social Work Month 2018 about what social workers do. more

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Social workers will meet on March 21, 2018, in Washington, DC, for Social Work Day on the Hill. Social workers must do everything within our power to help save democracy if we believe democracy is essential to economic and social justice. more

Social Work Month Project 2018

CRISP Political Boot Camp Panel

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Can you imagine how much more effective Congress would be if 20 percent or more of its members were social workers? The first CRISP Political Boot Camp provided three days of training in political social work. more


What do we do when we are blue about the events of the day? Dr. Jules Gilliam performs her original song (with music by Robert Hitz) that says when a tragedy happens in the world, you can just send love to it. more

Creative Work

More resources need to be allocated to promote policy practice and integrate macro and micro levels in social work programs. more

Social Work Month Project 2017

“Unifying Latin American Families” presents a group of arms tattooed with different kinds of Latin American traditions’ images, surrounded by signs indicating uncertainty. This art piece was inspired by uncertainty in the U.S. political climate. more

Social Work Month Project 2017

In the spirit of National Social Work Month and strengths-based practice, it is imperative to reflect on what people are capable of, as opposed to what they lack. Brad Forenza interviews the Hon. David Mathews, Sec. of HEW under Pres. Ford. more

Social Work Month Project 2017

Young social workers have the skills and knowledge needed to organize campuses and communities across America and to be the difference makers in the coming elections and the future of America. more

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Regardless of the barriers that exist, social workers are a permanent fixture that will always defend social justice, regardless of mounting adversity. more

Social Work Month Project 2017

A Social Work Month Message From Darla Spence Coffey, Council on Social Work Education President & CEO more

Social Work Month Project 2017

The person initially tasked with ACA implementation was the Honorable Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services from 2009-2014. In this exclusive interview, Secretary Sebelius offers advice to aspiring human service professionals. more


Rising rates of prescription drug abuse are leading to a neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) epidemic. Legislators in some states have focused efforts on criminalization rather than treatment. more


Dr. Danna Bodenheimer on micro/macro practice, the economy, trauma, social movements, and the future for social workers and their clients after the election. more

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Book review of Social Welfare Policy: Responding to a Changing World more

Reviews & Commentary

As a congresswoman—and as the people’s voice for social workers nationwide—Barbara Lee has sponsored an impressive array of legislation that is paramount to the livelihoods of social work clients and the profession. Read Brad Forenza's interview. more

Social Work Month Project 2016

Social Workers To Gather for Second Annual Social Work Day on the Hill

Social workers from across the United States will gather in the nation’s capital on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 1-2, 2016, for the second annual Social Work Day on the Hill event celebrating the month of March as Social Work Month. more

Social Work News

Get Into the Act - The Older Americans Act Turns 50

This year marks a milestone in the history of how the U.S. supports its older citizens. President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Older Americans Act into law in July 1965. For 50 years, the OAA has provided the nation with programs for older Americans. more

Social Work News

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, one that causes cognitive, behavioral, recognition, and recollection difficulties for the patient, as well as a great struggle for his or her loved ones. more



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