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Take Action and Support the Social Work Safety Bill!

+-*Dear NASW-WI member, We urge you to email and call your State Representative/ Senator and ask him or her to support and sign on as a co-sponsor to the Social Work Safety bill. This bill would help protect the safety of social workers making home visits by exempting them from the Castle Doctrine. The Castle […]

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2015 Annual Conference

+-*”This conference was one of the very best, well organized programs to date. A job exceptionally well done!”
MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Join us next year for the 2016 NASW WI 42nd Annual Conference to be held at the Crowne Plaza Milwaukee Airport, October 19-21, 2016.

Exam Preparation

BSW/MSW Exam Preparation Workshop & Webinar – New 2016 Dates

+-*Begin preparing for the Wisconsin BSW or MSW level social work certification/licensure exam including CSW, APSW and LCSW. Choose either a convenient webinar or an onsite workshop. NASW WI offers a choice of formats to best suit your needs!

News from NASW WI
  • 2015 Fall – The Wisconsin Social Worker

    +-*The NASW-WI 2015 Fall Newsletter is here! Inside we have articles and information including:   Decriminalization of Marijuana Clinical Network News NASW WI 41st Annual Conference  Child Victims Act Mental Health Access for Medicaid Clients Hiring Hospital Social Workers 2015 NASW WI Fall Newsletter  If you would like […]

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Thoughts from the Executive Director
  • Marc Herstand

    The Fearless Advocate

    +-*About a month ago I received a phone call from a member practicing in the greater Milwaukee metropolitan area.  In her position she works with low income mentally ill clients.  As part of her job she helps them find housing.  She reported to me that […]

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From the President
  • Emily Kenney

    Welcome to a New Year

    +-*NASW-WI is the leader of the social work profession in Wisconsin, and a dynamic advocate for the profession and the clients we serve. We will provide support, professional connections, and identification with the social work profession throughout all Wisconsin communities. For NASW, it is a […]

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