Wisconsin Social Worker Chapter Newsletter

CURRENT ISSUE2018 Winter WI Social Worker Newsletter

The NASW-WI 2018 Winter WI Social Worker Newsletter is here! Inside we have articles and information including:  

  • NASW WI Board of Directors Sets Legislative Priorities
  • Activities During the 2018 Election
  • Jew Hatred is Not a Relic
  • Medicaid Under Attack
  • Young Professional Networking
  • Elders in Residence Program
  • NASW WI Pride Caucus
  • NASW WI Board of Directors Approves Diversity Goals and Objectives
  • Reflections After Presentation on Immigration 
  • 2018 Annual Conference Recap
  • Changes in Continuing Education Approval Policies
  • NASW WI 2019 Advocacy Day
  • Help With Loan Forgiveness
  • 2019 Continuing Education Offerings and Registration

    2018 Winter WI Social Worker Newsletter

If you would like us to mail a hard copy newsletter please contact NASW WI. You may call toll free at 866-462-7994, or 608-257-6334, or email admin.naswwi@socialworkers.org. 


 

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PREVIOUS ISSUES

The NASW-WI 2018 Fall WI Social Worker Newsletter is here! Inside we have articles and information including:  

  • 2018 Elections-What Difference Will it Make?
  • NASW WI Urges Passage of Child Victim’s Act
  • Retired Social Workers Council Group Proposal
  • What Will You Do for NASW WI?
  • NASW WI’S Task Force on Substance Abuse
  • 44th Annual Conference Registration & Information
  • New Outpatient Mental Health Policy
  • PAC Endorsements
  • Dr. Charles Zastrow-Winner of Pioneer Program 

    2018 Fall WI Social Worker Newsletter

If you would like us to mail a hard copy newsletter please contact NASW WI. You may call toll free at 866-462-7994, or 608-257-6334, or email admin.naswwi@socialworkers.org.


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The NASW-WI 2018 Summer WI Social Worker Newsletter is here! Inside we have articles and information including:  Front Cover Pic

  • #MeToo: Toward Sustained Culture Change
  • DHS Implements Reimbursement for In-Home Services for Independent Practitioners
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker runs for State Assembly
  • Trauma Informed Care for Youth in the Child Welfare System
  • NASW WI’S Task Force on Substance Abuse
  • 44th Annual Conference Registration & Information
  • NASW WI Hosts Young Professional Networking Group
  • PAC Endorsements
  • Clinical Implications of Identifying and Treating Race-Based Trauma

If you would like us to mail a hard copy newsletter please contact NASW WI. You may call toll free at 866-462-7994, or 608-257-6334, or email admin.naswwi@socialworkers.org.

 


  2018 Spring WI Social Worker Newsletter 

  Topics covered in the Spring issue include:2016 Spring Newsletter

  • NASW WI Supports Foster Care Bills, Opposes Welfare Reform Bills
  • NASW WI Works to Stop Bill Undermining Affordable Care Act
  • Social Workers and Substance Abuse Counseling
  • Wisconsin News Stations to Promote Social Work Profession Through NASW PSA’s
  • NASW WI Asks Examining Board to Ban Conversion/Reparative Therapy with LGBT Children
  • Clinical Hours and State Jurisprudence Exam Bills Pass Wisconsin Legislature
  • Student “March for Our Lives”

 

2018 Winter WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Winter issue include:

  • Reactions to the 2016 Election
  • NASW WI Meets with DHS Staff
  • Student Ambassador Program
  • 2016 Annual Conference Highlights
  • Phishing Alert

 

2017 Fall WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Fall issue include:

  • Child Victim’s Act
  • In Home Services Reimbursement
  • Banning Conversion Therapy with Children
  • Calendar of Events
  • NASW WI Promotes Lethal Violence Protection Ordinance
  • Charlottesville and Fighting Hate
  • Take Action to Fight Hate
  • Prior Authorization is Elimintated
  • NASW WI Positions on State Assembly and State Senate Bills

 

2017 Summer WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Summer issue include:

  • NASW-WI Meets with Medicaid Director
  • Clinical Hours and State Jurisprudence Exam Bills
  • NASW-WI Testifies on In-Home Services
  • Speaker’s Task Force on Foster Care
  • NASW-WI Testifies on Blue Lives Matter Bill
  • NASW-WI Opposes Constitutional Convention
  • Child Sex Trafficking
  • NASW-WI Legislative Grid
  • President-Elect Election Ends in Tie
  • 2017 Annual Conference
  • Implications of Senate Health Bill for Wisconsin

 

2017 Spring WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Spring issue include:

  • 2017 NASW WI Advocacy/Lobby Day
  • DHS Implements Mental Health Services in Schools Bill
  • NASW WI Takes Lead Promoting Child Victims Act
  • NASW WI Participates in Statewide Coalition on Gun Violence Prevention
  • NASW WI Advocates with DHS on Behalf of Clinical Social Workers
  • NASW WI Seeks Major Changes to “Trustworthy Credentials” Bil
  • Clinical Hours Bill Hits Hurdle in State Senate
  • South Central Branch Social Work Month Event and Awards
  • Loan Forgiveness Option
  • Southeast Branch Social Work Month Celebration
  • Affordable Care Act Alert

 

2017 Winter WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Winter issue include:

  • 2017 NASW WI Advocacy/Lobby Day
  • Reactions to the 2016 Election
  • NASW WI Meets with DHS Staff
  • Student Ambassador Program
  • 2016 Annual Conference Highlights

 

2016 Fall WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Fall issue include:

  • NASW Modernization
  • NASW WI Offers Assistance to Dane County
  • Reimbursement of In-home Psychotherapy
  • NASW WI Meets with Assembly Democratic Leadership Staff
  • Marketing Your Clinical Practice
  • NASW WI Advocacy/Lobby Day
  • 2016 Annual Conference

 

2016 Summer WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Summer issue include:

  • 2016-2017 Election Winners!
  • NASW WI Legislative Priorities
  • NASW WI Stops Rule Undermining Clinical Licensure
  • 2016 Annual Conference At A Glance
  • NASW Modernization
  • Emily’s Last President’s Column
  • Wisconsin’s New Emergency Detention Guidelines

 

2016 Spring WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Spring issue include:

  • Reimbursement for MSW Students and Certified Advance Practice Social Workers
  • NRA Kills Social Work Safety Bill
  • Proposed Elimination of State Jurisprudence Exam 
  • Proposed Elimination of Social Work Section
  • Student Ambassador Program
  • In Memoriam: Tamara Grigsby
  • Child Victim’s Act
  • Hmong Marriage Bill

 

2015 December WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the December issue include:

  • Legal Defense Fund
  • Planned Parenthood
  • NASW WI 41st Annual Conference
  • Child Victims Act
  • Social Work Safety Bill
  • Diversity Goals
 

2015 Fall WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Fall issue include:

  • 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 Summer WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Summer issue include:

  • Higher Education Lower Debt Bill
  • 2015-2016 NASW WI Election Results
  • NASW WI 41st Annual Conference 
  • NASW WI Interviewed by Milwaukee Fox TV
  • Clinical Network News
  • Clinical Social Work Licensure

 

2015 Winter WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Winter issue include:

  • Advocacy/Lobby Day
  • NASW WI’s Legislative Activity
  • Advocacy on Behalf of Clinical Social Workers
  • 2014 Annual Conference
  • 2015 Annual Conference Call for Abstracts
  • State to Require Approval of Programs for Social Work Continuing Education

 

2014 Fall  WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Fall issue include:

  • NASW WI Meets w/ Dane County Regarding Racial Disparities
  • SW Section Approves Changes to Certification & Licensure Rules
  • Challenges Facing Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare
  • NASW WI 40th Annual Conference
  • NASW WI Goals
  • Continuing Education Offerings & Calendar of Events
  • Voter ID Law for College Students

 

2014 Summer WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Summer issue include:

  • 2014-2015 NASW WI Board & NLI Members
  • State to Require Approval of Programs for Social Work Continuing Education
  • 2014 NASW WI Endorsed Candidates
  • NASW WI 40th Annual Conference
  • NASW WI to Meet with DHS Administration on Prior Authorization in Coalition Effort
  • Calendar of Events
  • NASW WI Submits OP-ED Piece to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Following Resignation of Child Welfare Director

 

2014 Spring WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Spring issue include:

  • Hannah Rosenthal & Lynn Sanford to Keynote at the 2014 NASW-WI Annual Conference
  • NASW-WI Challenges Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare
  • Debate on Legalization of Marijuana at the 2014 NASW-WI Annual Conference
  • NASW-WI Testifies on Behalf of Higher Education Lower Debt for WI Bill
  • SW Safety Bill Introduced Into WI State Senate & Assembly
  • Branch Events & Continuing Education Offerings
  • Save the Date! 2014 NASW-WI Annual Conference Oct. 20-22

 

Fall 2013 WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Fall issue include:

  • NASW WI Challenges State on Declassification of Child Abuse Positions
  • Meet Your New NASW WI Board Members
  • Annual Conference Highlights
  • NASW WI Establishes Jobs and Salary Task Force
  • 2013 Salary Survey Summary

Spring 2013 WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Spring issue include:

  • King Davis to Keynote at Annual Conference
  • Dawn Shelton-Williams Receives Black Excellence Award
  • New Psychotherapy Codes for Clinicians
  • Advocacy Day Issues and Speakers
  • NASW Liability Insurance  Updates
  • Northeast Branch Spring Conference
  • South Central Branch Social Work Month Event

 

Fall 2012 WI Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Fall issue include:

  • NASW Anounces a New Liability Insurance Partner
  • In Memoriam: Jane Thompson
  • Annual Conference Sessions
  • Answering Your Questions about Correspondence from APA
  • NASW WI Advocates MA Reimbursement for CAPSW’s
  • NASW WI Board Discusses Liability Insurance for Social Workers Transporting Clients

 

Spring 2012  The Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Spring issue include:

  • Recap of the Legislative Session
  • Tamara Grigsby to Leave State Assembly
  • WI Social Workers PAC Endorsements
  • Annual Conference Previews
  • LSP Committee Rates Legislators
  • Upcoming Branch Events and Activities

 

January/February 2012 The Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the January/February issue include:

  • Darrell P. Wheeler, PhD, ACSW, MPH, Dean of the Loyola School of Social Work to Keynote at Annual Conference
  • NASW WI Challenges Humana/Lifesynch on Clinical Reimbursement
  • Upcoming Teleconference and Webinar Information
  • South Central and North Central Branch Social Work Month events
  • NASW WI Diversity Task Force Objectives for 2012
  • Eileen Mershart, MSW to deliver Keynote at NASW WI Annual Conference
  • NASW WI Healthcare Survey results

 

November 2011 The Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the November issue include:

  • Understanding Obama’s New Student Loan Program
  • NASW WI Position Paper on Medicaid Cuts
  • Coverage of the 2011 Annual Conference
  • From Discrimination to Inspiration” by NASW WI Autumn 2011 Intern Rachel Fleming
  • NASW WI Positions on Pending Legislation
  • DHS Eliminates Physician Prescription Requirement

 

Summer 2011 The Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the Summer issue include:

  • NASW WI Mourns the Passing of Anita Zibton
  • Meet Your New Board and NLI Members
  • LCSW, CAPSW & CISW: What Are the Differences
  • A “”Fair and Balanced” Summer by NASW WI Intern Sara Pennebecker
  • Issues with Logisticare
  • NASW WI Advocates for Reimbursement of QTT’s

 

May 2011 The Social Worker Newsletter

Topics covered in the May issue include:

  • Coverage of the 2011 Lobby Day, including a photo gallery
  • SW Section Discusses Collective Bargaining Resolution
  • Stories on the 2011 Annual Conference keynote speakers and the Town Hall panel
  • A Day in the Life of an NASW WI Intern
  • NASW WI Legislative Digest