2022 Social Work Virtual Mental Health Conference

Reconnecting Through Social Work 

Oct. 13th and 14th, 2022 

Hosted by NASW-Nevada and NASW-North Dakota 

9 CEUs

This year's annual conference is only months away! We are excited to see so many of you attending and networking with Nevada social workers and even social workers from around the USA as you earn up to 9 CEUs.

Register Now!

ASWB Pass Rates Released

The Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) on August 5 published data in a 2022 ASWB Exam Pass Rate Analysis. This disclosure stems from years of advocacy by NASW and other social work organizations, schools of social work, and individual advocates to push ASWB to post data that it has been unwilling to release for decades. 

The data revealed glaring disparities in pass rates among racial groups, particularly for Black test takers. It also raised concerns about disparities in pass rates for other demographics, including social workers who are older adults.

All social work institutions - including ASWB and licensing boards, NASW and other associations, and social work higher education programs - must openly confront systemic racism within our profession.  We must all commit to working to ensure reforms are made to ensure the licensing process is equitable for all, protecting the public without unnecessary gatekeeping and discrimination.

NASW through its national office and its 55 chapters is committed to working closely with partners to develop a coordinated and timely response to this issue and propose innovative solutions that reduce harm and increase diverse representation at all levels of social work practice.

The Chapter will be setting up a task force to review the data further and discuss possible actions further and will be reaching out to the Nevada Social Work Board of Examiners to collaborate on a path forward that ensures social work equity in Nevada. 

Read the report here: 2022 ASWB Pass Rate Analysis

NASW Nevada ASWB Listening Zoom Session:

Come join us on September 19th at 6 pm to discuss the release of the ASWB data and the impact it has on our communities.

Sign up here-->

Social Work Inter-State Compact

What is an interstate licensure compact?

An interstate compact is a legal contract between two or more states/territories enabling practitioners (in this case, social workers) to practice in each other’s jurisdiction, once practitioners demonstrate they meet the compact requirements.

The draft legislation for the social work interstate licensure compact has been released by the Council of State Governments (CSG). The public comment period is now open and is expected to last for approximately two months.

To download a copy of the draft legislation, review the fact sheet, read FAQs, register for their weekly stakeholder review sessions, and access the survey link to provide your comments. Visit the Council on State Governments (CSG) to learn more.

NASW Practice Alert:

COVID-19 Advance Care Planning in Health Care Practice:

COVID-19: Legal Considerations for Social Workers Resuming In-Person Services

Chapter Meetings/Events:

  • Rural Member Committee - first Tuesday every month, 5:00PM
  • Racial Equity Committee - second Monday every month, 6:00PM
  • 2022 NASW-NV/ND Virtual Conference - Oct 13th - 14th, 2022

You're invited to the NASW-NV637986892392078799

On-Demand CEU Education:

NASW is committed to helping social workers meet their professional development needs. Social Work Online CE Institute houses hundreds of on-demand titles produced by the NASW Chapters and National Office, and, for your ease of mind, uses the same NASW login to access the Institute and all your training history. NASW members can access both free CEs and CEs at discounted rates! Not a member of NASW yet? No worries, nonmembers can also purchase titles (at the nonmember rate).

Sign-up here:

Highlighted Classes:

Social Work Ethics & Roe v Wade Supreme Court Decision

Credit(s):2 Ethics

Course Number: NJ20220727

Duration:1 hour 47 minutes

Access: On Demand: Available for 3 months after purchase

Addressing Suicide From the Person-in-Environment and Social Justice Perspectives

Suicide may be one of the most challenging issues that social workers address in our professional careers.

Credit(s):1.5 Suicide Prevention

Course Number: UT20220322-7

Duration:1 hour 24 minutes

Access: On Demand: Available for 5 months after purchase

Job Listings:


Clinical Director - Counseling Center - Ron Wood Family Resource Center


Our Clinical Director/Mental Health Service Provider will be responsible for organizing and overseeing contractors and programs at our Ron Wood Counseling Center facility. Clinical Director/Mental Health Service Provider must adhere to and possess the following skills and education to oversee the clinical learning, practice and internship requirements for the qualified interns at the Ron Wood Counseling Center.


• Design and implement business strategies to assist the clinic to realize business goals.

• Oversee the department’s compliance with legal policies, guidelines and standards.

• Ensure departments have sufficient and qualified contractors.

• Ensuring that the behavioral and pharmacologic approaches to treatment are evidence-based or based on universally accepted information to provide treatment services consistent with recognized treatment principles and practices for each level of care and type of client served by the facility.

• Providing, ensuring and documenting that direct clinical supervision is provided at least one hour per week to all clinical interns, individually or in a group setting.

• Assessing and participating in staff education activities and providing consultation to facility contractors.

• Interfacing with approved LCSW off-site supervisor for consistency and mutual communication.

• Participating in the identification of quality care indicators and outcome objectives and the collection and review of data to monitor staff and program performance

• Organize and manage all patient care and clinical operations and programs.

• Ensure all medical records and other clinic documentation are current and within state and federal laws.

• Approves all treatment plans, complies with Medicaid mandates, approves PAR process and ensures private insurance requirements are attained.


1) Hold a valid Nevada licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Clinical Professional Counselor or Marriage and Family Therapist

2) MS/MA in clinical administration, medical science, psychology, social work, mental health or relevant field;

3) A minimum of 3 years clinical management experience

4) Maintain good standing with the Nevada Board of Examiners Licensing Board


• Hours: This job is a contracted position that requires flexibility in working hours to meet the needs of the clients.

• Wages: This position will be considered an independent contractor – Wages $100K+ DOE

Duration of employment: The Clinical Director/Mental Health Service Provider will adhere to the guidelines set forth by the State of Nevada Board of Examiners – Social Work, Ron Wood Family Resource Center and Carson City Juvenile Probation. Duration of employment will be based on performance and measurable outcomes.

Apply at  - Ron Wood Family Resource Center (

Looking to advertise your job postings? NASW-NV has a cost-effective option to promote to our membership and through our distribution channels like our association website, newsletter, and social media pages. 

More information here:

Header TextMain TextLink TextLink UrlPicture File PathAlternate TextSite Url
Welcome to NASW-Nevada ChapterThe Power of Social WorkRead More\Images\ChaptersHomepageBannerImages\\NevadaBanner.jpgBehined a