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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 Winter Webinar Series Self Study Courses

2019 Winter Webinar Series Self Study Available Now!

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It’s Election Time

Election runs through midnight on Wednesday, June 5th, 2019. Every vote matters in this election.

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2019 Annual Conference

2019 45th Annual Conference – October 23rd-October 25th

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NASW WI Meets Your CE Approval Needs

NASW WI is authorized to approve CE programs relevant to the professional practice of social work.

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    2019 Spring WI Social Worker Newsletter

    The NASW-WI 2019 Spring WI Social Worker Newsletter is here! Inside we have articles and information including:   NASW WI Leadership Meets with Governor’s Staff During Polar Vortex NASW WI Invited to Governor’s Budget Address and Residence NASW WI Leads Efforts on Red Flag Legislation NASW WI Meets […]

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    Top Ten To-Do List for Wisconsin Social Workers in 2019

     By Kristi Wood, MSW, APSW Yes, I know. You are reading this months after you made your New Year’s resolutions. But considering that the average rate of following through is 20%, it is never too late to make a revised list. I am still working […]

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