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Take Action for a Better Badger Care Through Medicaid Expansion

Thousands of Wisconsinites do not have access to health insurance. Kids and families need health coverage to be and stay healthy. They also need economic security so they won’t go bankrupt because of a medical emergency. Wisconsin has a big affordability gap in health care. Right now, people who work full-time and make a little less […]

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    2019 Summer – WI Social Worker Newsletter

    The NASW WI  2019 Summer WI Social Worker newsletter is here!  Inside we have articles and information including:   NASW WI Welcomes New Board Members NASW WI Continues Advocacy on Extreme Risk Protection Order legislation NASW WI Meets with Department of Safety and Professional Services Secretary […]

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Thoughts from the Executive Director
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    by Marc Herstand, MSW, CISW When I do speaking engagements on the social work profession I often discuss the unique ethical and advocacy consciousness exhibited by social workers.  Social workers are usually the staff at an agency who speak up to challenge agency policies and procedures […]

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From the President
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    The Ripple Effect of Social Work

    by Kristi S. Wood, MSW, APSW Twenty-five years ago, I was the unit coordinator of an emergency respite unit for youth in Madison. I had arrived two years prior from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. They did not have a social work program at the […]

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