Celebrate Social Work Month!


Madison & Milwaukee Events


Wednesday, March 14, 2018

3:00-7:00 pm

Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, DeLuca Forum

330 N. Orchard St., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Sponsored by NASW Wisconsin Chapter South Central Branch and the School of Social Work, University of Wisconsin, Madison


3:00-5:00 PM

Latino and Immigrant Community Panel Presentation on Immigration and Advocacy

Fabiola Hamdan – Immigration Affairs Specialist (Facilitator), Mario Garcia Sierra - Voces de la Frontera, Alissa Olivares – Immigration Attorney, Alondra Quechol – Community Activist & Angela Maria Guarin Aristizabal, MSW, Ph.D. Program in Social Welfare, School of Social Work

Earn 2 continuing education hours!
Registration discounts for NASW WI members!

Registration and check or cash payment at the door.
NASW Member $20; NASW Member-Student $10; Non Member $25

deer5:00-7:00 PM

Inspirational Speaker: Ada Deer, MSW

Please join us to celebrate social work, network, and meet others doing great work in our community. Light refreshments provided. Cash bar available.

Presentation of Awards
By NASW-WI South Central Branch and the UW-Madison School of Social Work.
No Charge.

  • UW-Madison School of Social Work Annual Award
  • NASW WI South Central Branch Distinguished Social Worker Award
  • NASW WI South Central Branch Public Service Award
  • NASW WI South Central Branch Lifetime Achievement Award

Networking and socializing!

For more information please contact NASW WI at admin.naswwi@socialworkers.org or (608) 257-6334.

March is Social Work Month!

Come help NASW-WI celebrate with…
A free hour of continuing education
Learning about trauma informed care as social workers
An update from NASW
Learning about how you can be involved
CAKE and refreshments
Tuesday, March 27th
At Community Advocates
728 N James Lovell Street in Milwaukee
Parking on the corner of James Lovell St Wisconsin Ave available
5:30pm Networking
6:00pm Program
7:00pm Reception
GrovewebFeatured Speaker: Tim Grove, MSSW
Tim is the chief clinical officer at SaintA and serves as the senior leader responsible for the trauma informed care initiative across all agency programs. Tim has more than 20 years of professional experience in a variety of direct care and administrative positions, including in-home services, foster care, treatment foster care, residential treatment, child welfare, community-based services, quality improvement and staff development. He is responsible for the implementation of SaintA’s trauma informed care philosophy and practice. That includes spearheading the implementation of Dr. Bruce Perry’s Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) across all agency programs and creating the trauma informed care training curriculum, which centers around the “Seven Essential Ingredients (7ei)” definition for how best to understand and implement trauma informed care. Tim received his bachelor’s degree in social work from Wartburg College and his master’s degree in social work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Tim is a mentor with the Child Trauma Academy, a master trainer in ACE Interface, a Mandt instructor and provides training and consulting to a broad range of disciplines in trauma informed practices.