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Kyle Hillman

From the Pen of NASW-Nevada's Executive Director Kyle Hillman





NASW Opposes Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Exams



The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) opposes the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) social work licensing exams after a review of ASWB data shows significant disparities in pass rates for prospective social workers of color, older adults, and those who speak English as a second language.


NASW is prepared to oppose the Social Work Interstate Compact Legislation being developed by the Council of State Governments (CSG) if the bill is not substantially improved, including the removal of provisions which codify the ASWB exams. NASW is eager to work with CSG to develop multi-state social work practice legislation.


In an August 2022 statement after the release of the ASWB data, NASW committed to working closely with its partners to propose innovative solutions that reduce harm and increase diversity at all levels of social work practice.


These efforts will initially target removal of non-independent social work practice exams which may be biased, and support efforts to strengthen competency measures.


NASW looks forward to working with its partners to implement these strategic initiatives and to promoting the diversity and well-being of the social work profession, and the health and well-being of the populations social workers serve.


Legislative Session 2023:


This upcoming session could be one of the most consequential sessions for Nevada social workers in quite some time. Which is why we are ecstatic to relay to you that NASW-Nevada is once again returning to Carson City. Thanks to your membership dues we have contracted Tessyn (Tess) Opferman from Pinyon Public Affairs to represent us at the state capital. Tess will be working directly with our team to identify issues and legislation that are important to the social work profession and our clients.


For your social work collective to succeed this session we need your help. How can you get more involved in advocacy with your association?


Here is how:


Join the Legislative Committee: NASW-Nevada Committee Volunteer ( - Members Only



Submit Action Alerts: Action Center ( (All NASW-NV members will be automatically added to the action alert system, please feel free to share with other nonmember social workers.) - Open to Members and Non-Members.



Join the NASW-Nevada Advisory Board: 23-25 NASW-Nevada Advisory Board Application ( - Members Only



Important Upcoming Dates:


February 6th, 2023: The 82nd (2023) Session of the Nevada Legislature will begin.


June 5th, 2023: The 82nd Session ends.


Legislative calendar: 120 Day Calendar 2023 Legislative Session



Advocacy Alerts


As the NASW-Nevada Chapter ramps up for what could be a difficult legislative session next year, we encourage you to subscribe to our action alert email system.


Action alerts are quick email alerts that allow you to submit comments and email/letters of position on legislation/policy being considered in Nevada.


All NASW-Nevada members are automatically subscribed using the email on file. You do NOT have to be a member of NASW (or even a social worker) to subscribe to our alerts - you just have to be willing to advocate for social work issues and values.


To subscribe or subscribe with a different email click: Action Center (


In the right-hand side column under "Sign Up for Alerts", enter your email address and zip code and click the grey arrow.


Complete the additional information on page two and click submit.


Please share this subscribe link with your colleagues and friends whom you feel might be interested in receiving alerts.

2022 Nevada Chapter Awards!


All nominees must be current residents or practice in the state of Nevada.


-Social Worker of the Year

-Public Citizen of the Year

-Lifetime Achievement Award

-Emerging Leader of the Year

-Professor of the Year*


Social Worker of the Year: An NASW-Nevada Chapter member in good standing who: reflects the values espoused in our NASW-Nevada Chapter Mission Statement; promotes the NASW to the public and advocates for the population social work serves; represents the highest ethical standards of social work as defined in the NASW Code of Ethics; contributes to the improvement of the social fabric in tangible and intangible ways; takes risks and enlists public support for improved human services. Must be licensed in social work and work/reside in the state of Nevada.


Lifetime Achievement Award: An NASW-Nevada Chapter member in good standing who: has accomplished stellar successes in his/her social work career which have enhanced the profession, supported clients, upheld social work values, and advocated for the betterment of all people. Must have previously been licensed in social work and work/reside in the state of Nevada.


Public Citizen of the Year: A non-social worker who: exemplifies the social work profession with outstanding service to individuals served by social workers; reflects the highest ethical standards in his/her field of endeavor; takes risks and enlists public support for improved human services; advocates for and contributes to the public’s awareness of social problems. Must reside/work in the state of Nevada.


Emerging Leader: Emerging leaders are “early” career social workers who have demonstrated exemplary leadership, expertise, and dedication to the profession in the state of Nevada, whose contributions enhance practice knowledge and/or the capacity of the profession and the human service to obtain resources and influence. They have all demonstrated excellence in a variety of areas, including public or nonprofit agency-based practice, policy/legislative advocacy, academia, resource development, and administration. Must reside/work in the state of Nevada.


Professor of the Year:

All nominees must be a current resident or teaching at a social work program in Nevada.


You must be an NASW student member to nominate a professor for this award. Self-nominations will not be accepted.


The award recipient must:

Make a demonstrable difference in social work education in Nevada

Contribute to a positive image for the social work profession and social work education

Currently employed by a higher institution located in Nevada.


PLEASE NOTE: The chapter is committed to diversity among award recipients. Nominations MUST be submitted using this online nomination form. We will be contacting your nominee for additional information. You are encouraged to work closely with your nominee to complete the nomination.


Previous award recipients are not eligible for nomination (in the same award category); however, past nominees may be nominated again.


*Nomination process for Professor of the Year will take place separately, nominated by NASW Student Members only.



NOMINATION DEADLINE: Friday, March 31st, 2023


Nevada Social Work Awards 2022

Professor of the Year 2022

Call for nomination for 2023-2025


NASW-Nevada is a collective of social workers pooling resources and time to advocate for the profession and the issues critical to our clients. At all levels, your voice and time are what drive your association.


The Chapter is currently looking for candidates interested in serving on the NASW Nevada Chapter Board. The Chapter Advisory Board is your voice for chapter priorities, policy, and educational direction. The Chapter Advisory Board serves as a strategic partner with the Chapter Executive Director in setting the strategic plan and serves as a critical resource to inform the Chapter on issues important to Nevada social workers.


Positions that are up for election for July 1, 2023 start date are:

• Secretary (two-year term)*

• Member at Large (two-year term)

• North Region District Chair (two-year term)

• MSW Student Representative (one-year term)

• BSW Student Representative (one-year term)



*indicates Executive Committee Member


You will need to be an NASW member in good standing at the time of application and maintain throughout your term to serve on the Board. Student Representatives must be enrolled in an accredited social work program in Nevada for the 2023-2024 school year. Regional representatives must reside or work in the region that they represent.


Priority for slating will be given to applicants who have previously served on an NASW Chapter Advisory Board for Executive Committee. Absent applicants with previous NASW Chapter Board experience other candidates will be considered.


Priority for slating of the Member at Large will be given to member applicants who reside outside of the Reno or Las Vegas area. In the absence of candidates from outside the mentioned areas, other candidates will be considered from within those areas.


For 2023-2024 priority for slating the BSW Student Representative will be given to candidates from UNLV and priority for slating the MSW Student Representative will be given to candidates from UNR. In the absence of enough qualified candidates from the priority location, other candidates will be considered.


Please Note: There is NO monetary requirement you must raise to serve on the NASW-NV Board of Directors, however, there is an expectation of volunteer time.


Applications must be submitted by April 21st, 2023. We encourage you to apply early, so members of the committee can reach out to you if there is anything they would need to follow up on.

Apply for Consideration


Becca Odom Wellness

Becca Odom is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Registered Yoga Teacher with over a decade of experience in the mental health and wellness field. Becca specializes in combining Somatic Approaches with EMDR for trauma recovery. She primarily works with women who have experienced trauma, chronic stress, and anxiety. Her passion is to empower others to heal themselves and she specializes in anxiety, trauma recovery, and stress management. 


She has been offering training on Yoga for Trauma and Resiliency nationally for the last 7 years and is passionate about supporting professionals to bring more trauma-informed tools into their clinical practice as well as for their own self-care to prevent burnout. 


She is trained in EMDR, Community Resiliency Model (CRM), Mindful Schools, and Trauma-Focused Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and has her 200-hour yoga teacher training certification. 



Contact me:



Phone: 828-414-8143

Job Board:


Three Square Food Bank


Job title: President & CEO

Job Description:

A national model project inspired by Founder Eric Hilton with a grant provided by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Three Square is Southern Nevada’s only food bank, the largest provider of emergency food assistance in the State of Nevada, and the fastest-growing food bank in Feeding America’s history. As a food bank, Three Square's job is twofold: to provide food to those facing hunger today and to make measurable strides in ending hunger in the future.


Three Square seeks a leader who will fight to ensure that the food gap in Southern Nevada is closed for all geographies and groups. This individual will be a tireless advocate for the organization’s mission and impact and will inspire others to support successful outcomes. This leader will have the opportunity to grow and strengthen the food distribution network to become more resilient and sustainable through optimization of their food rescue operations and strengthening the distribution network and partnerships.


We seek a proven leader with a passion for addressing complex social issues. The ideal candidate will have significant experience in leading strategic and high-level decision-making, particularly in times of organizational growth. The candidate will be adept at using keen interpersonal skills to coalesce multiple external stakeholders around common goals. He/she/they must embody the highest ethical standards and demonstrate a balance of business savvy with a commitment to responsible, people-focused program delivery. A demonstrated ability to develop and maintain highly professional relationships with business, civic and nonprofit leaders is required.


A track record of entrepreneurial problem-solving skills, creating and implementing best organizational and operational practices, and managing people through partnership and collaboration is required. The use of proven business practices to achieve financial objectives is a highly desirable qualification.


The successful candidate will be collaborative, communicative, and compassionate, with an outgoing, balanced personality and a problem-solving nature. This individual shall have a servant leader mindset and a lifelong learning approach to develop a cohesive team as well as to mobilize, encourage and build the capacity of the staff. A management style that provides autonomy and empowers staff is highly desired. This person will have experience working closely with a board to further the organization’s strategic initiatives.




The salary range for this position is between $275,000 and $325,000 and will be commensurate with experience. The compensation package will be inclusive of a board-designated annual bonus of up to 20% of the base salary. Three Square offers group health (HMO or POS plan), dental, vision, and disability insurance (short-term disability and long-term disability), paid time off and a retirement savings program.


Equal Opportunity Employer Statement


It is the policy of Three Square that decisions related to hiring and all other terms and conditions of employment shall occur on the basis of merit and without regard to race, color, gender, actual or perceived sexual orientation, transgender, gender identity, gender expression, genetics, national origin, religion, age, disability, pregnancy, political affiliation, or any other legally protected status under local, state or federal law.


For more information about Three Square Food Bank, please visit


To Apply:

Committee/Task Forces 2022-2023


The NASW-Nevada Chapter seeks volunteers in every part of the state to volunteer on chapter committees or task forces to support events and chapter priorities.

NASW is your association. Why not take advantage of all the opportunities it has to offer? Within each of our regions are ongoing leadership opportunities, CEU workshops, and networking events organized just for you. NASW-Nevada is your networking link to what’s going on in your community and the social work profession at large. This is your professional organization—make the most of your membership, and get involved!

Consider joining one of the many committees and task forces within the NASW-Nevada Chapter.


For 2022-2023 they include:

  • Social Work Networking North Committee - help plan and organize networking events for the northern region with the Northern District Chair. In formation*


  • Social Work Networking South Committee - help plan and organize networking events for the southern region with the Southern District Chair. In formation*


  • Conference Committee - assists in education review, promotes the event, and solicit sponsor/exhibitors. In formation*


  • Rural/Frontier Committee - standing committee tasked with looking for ways to better integrate rural social workers into the association. Currently Active.


  • Legislative Session Review Committee - reviews upcoming legislative issues and session legislation for discussion and possible chapter involvement and/or action. In formation*


  • Racial Equity Committee - standing committee tasked with reviewing current issues around racial equity. Currently Active.


  • Membership and Community Outreach Committee - standing committee to work with community partners to further recruit members and inform the social work profession on NASW activities. Currently Active.


  • ASWB Testing Task Force - time-limited task force charged with reviewing the ASWB testing results report and recommending to the board possible chapter action. In formation*


*Committees that are designated as "in formation" are committees that are currently not meeting but in which the association will be launching when needed or the applicable time period arrives. Committees marked "currently active", are currently meeting and have a formal charge.


Additional opportunities and task forces may be added throughout the year as needed by the Board of Directors. Updated opportunities will be reflected on the NASW-NV website and via email news blasts.


If you're interested in serving on one of these advisory groups, please complete an NASW-Nevada Committee Volunteer interest form.


Upcoming Committee Meetings!


  • Rural/Frontier Social Work Committee - Second Tuesday of every month, 5:00 PM
  • Racial Equity Committee - Second Monday every month, 6:00 PM


Email to Join the meetings!


Committee Updates:

Rural/Frontier Committee:

Actively seeking additional members!

Formed in early 2020 with a mission to engage social work professionals that are living or working in rural areas to identify their unique needs, increase chapter support, make recommendations to the NASW Nevada Board, and facilitate communication with colleagues that are in the urban areas as well as our community partners.  

In addition to the opportunity to network and engage with social workers throughout the state, our current activities include a rural community assessment project, a CEU workshop focused on the concerns of social workers that are in rural areas, and tracking the infrastructure bill. You do not need to be a member of NASW to join this committee if you are a rural social worker! Nonmembers will serve as advisory members of the committee.

If you'd like to join the committee please complete this form: NASW-Nevada Committee Volunteer ( Questions can be sent to

Your Nevada Chapter Presents:








Innovative Strategies to Motivate and Build Resilience in Every Student



Date: February, 22nd 2023 at 12-1:30

Venue: Zoom

Presenter: Christian Moore, MSW, LCSW

A social worker, author, and advocate for youth. He wrote The Resilience Breakthrough and created the WhyTry Program. WhyTry is a proven model based on his experiences with learning disabilities and is used by over 30k organizations, reaching over 2 million kids.


Description: How do you help students bounce back from what they have been through? From trauma, isolation, and poverty, to mental health challenges, our students have faced many obstacles over the last two years. Come see a formula to help you guide students through the challenges that destroy motivation and make it difficult to find success.


Cost: 2 CEUs / $25 Nonmember / $15 NASW Member / Free for students (no CEUs)


Sign up here:

Free CEU Self-Care Workshop!

Date:03-03-2023 at 6 PM 

Venue: Live on Zoom

Presenter: Javonni Henderson, LMSW

NASW-Nevada wants to celebrate social work month by offering a free self-care workshop for all Nevada social workers! This workshop will be presented by Javonni Henderson a Life Coach and a Licensed Master Social Worker, psychotherapist, and personal development coach. She loves educating her clients on the body-mind-spirit connection in whole-person wellness. 


Cost: 1 CEU Free for Nevada social workers!


Register here:

See My Color: Why Racial Colorblindness is Unethical

More than 50 years after Dr. King's speech, individuals continue to use his words to justify their claim of being racially colorblind. Racial colorblindness is modern-day racism and denies the racial disparities that continue to exist in various systems, including healthcare, education, and the criminal justice system. In the helping profession, not only is it unrealistic to be racially colorblind, it is dangerous and does more harm than good. If you don't see my color, you can't see me. And if you can't see me how can you empathize with my racial experiences, accept my whole being and validate my perspectives?


Date: Mar 18, 2023, 09:00 AM Pacific Time

Venue: Zoom

Presenter: Crystal Bennett, LMSW

Is the founder and CEO of THRYVE, LLC, and an Adjunct Professor at Florida State University and Sante Fe College.

Ms. Bennett brings over 20 years of experience with youth and families to the leadership of THRYVE. Her areas of expertise include Human Trafficking, Suicide Prevention, Child Trauma/Maltreatment, Motivational Interviewing, Racial Trauma, Cultural Humility and working to dismantle systems of white supremacy to promote equity and justice.


Cost: 2 CEUs / $25 Nonmember / $15 NASW Member / Free for students (no CEUs)


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"Free Your Mind": Breaking the Chains of Imposter Syndrome

Impostor Syndrome is a pervasive feeling of self-doubt, insecurity, or fraudulence despite often overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Often described as something “normal” and an experience that “many go through” imposter syndrome impacts women, women of color, and LGBTQ2IA individuals at disproportionate rates. In this workshop, we will do just that! Let’s stand in solidarity and discuss the impacts of racism, sexism, and colonialism on our feelings of inadequacy and belonging. Learn 4 steps to reframing Imposter Syndrome and walk away knowing that You Belong Where You Walk.


Date: Apr 22, 2023, 09:00 AM Pacific Time

Venue: Zoom 

Presenter: Crystal Rozelle – Bennett, LMSW is the founder and CEO of THRYVE, LLC and an Adjunct Professor at Florida State University and Sante Fe College. Ms. Bennett brings over 20 years of experience with youth and families to the leadership of THRYVE. Her areas of expertise include Human Trafficking, Suicide Prevention, Child Trauma/Maltreatment, Motivational Interviewing, Racial Trauma, Cultural Humility and working to dismantle systems of white supremacy to promote equity and justice.


Cost: 2 CEUs / $25 Nonmember / $15 NASW Member / Free for students (no CEUs)


Sign up here:

Licensing changes coming in 2023:

As of January 1, 2023, ALL licensees must complete two (2.0) CEUs in Cultural Competency, Diversity, Equality and Inclusion during their CEU collection cycle. These CEUs are an addition to the mandated CEUs on suicide prevention that you upload with your renewals now. Read the Approved content for Diversity CEUs


Your Nevada chapter is here to help!

Check out some of the on-demand classes that meet this new requirement!


A Conversation About Healing Racism

This Northeastern District cultural competency CEU Virtual Training will explore and discuss how racism has shaped our personal and professional lives.


Credit(s):1.5 CEU

Course Number: IL20200715

Duration:1 hour 26 minutes

Access: Available for 5 months after purchase

Non-Member $38.00 - Member $23.00


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Suicide Prevention: Black Youth Lives Matter Too!

In the last several decades, suicide attempts among black adolescents has increased by 73% while attempts among white youth have decreased. Why aren't we sounding the alarm and doing more to raise awareness of this crisis? During this workshop, we will discuss the additional challenges faced by black youth, explore strategies to break down barriers, increase cultural competency amongst providers and the role of racial socialization as a protective strategy in reducing suicide attempts amongst black youth.


Credit(s): 3 SuicideDiversity / Social & Cultural Competence

Course Number: NYS20220819

Original Program Date: August 19, 2022

Duration:2 hours 47 minutes

Access: Available for 5 months after purchase

Non-Member $75.00 - Member $30.00


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LGBTQ+ Equity, Diversity, Inclusion: “Somewhere” Over the Rainbow"

The National Institutes of Health have designated sexual and gender minorities (SGM), also known as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, Two-Spirit, intersex, and other people.

The National Institutes of Health have designated sexual and gender minorities (SGM), also known as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, Two-Spirit, intersex, and other people who do not “fit” within the traditional heteronormative binaries as health disparate populations. SGM experience significantly higher rates of mood, anxiety, and behavioral/substance use disorders, suicidality among other mental health issues. Emerging evidence indicates that SGM also have significantly higher rates of some chronic health conditions, such as cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and diabetes. In this presentation, Dr. Hoy-Ellis will share how past and ongoing marginalization, exclusion, and discrimination are the ‘causes of these health conditions through the framework of the Health Equity Promotion Model. He will also offer key strategies for providing culturally sensitive, effective services for SGM, from adolescence through older adulthood.


Credit(s):1.5 Ethics

Course Number: UT20220322-5

Duration:1 hour 26 minutes

Access: Available for 5 months after purchase

Non-Member $25.00 Member $15.00 Student $10.00


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Cultural Diversity, Cultural Competence, and Ethical Social Work Practice

The United States of the 21st century is a patchwork land of many cultures: racial, ethnic, religious, geographic, gender, age, and even physical status. Each culture has its own worldview, relationship guidelines, family structure, spiritual mindsets, and values. In their work, social workers inevitably encounter persons from cultures different from their own, and these differences can be challenging obstacles to effective, ethical practice.

The values of the profession, as articulated in the NASW Code of Ethics, ask us to honor the dignity and worth of our clients, to respect their autonomy, and to practice competently. The ethical mandate of competence includes what has been called “Cultural Competence”.

We will address the idea that some situations may make ethical competence impractical or impossible, and approaches to these situations. We will also address the benefit, when working cross-culturally, of maintaining an attitude of humility and interest in other cultures.


Credit(s):1.5 Clinical

1.5 Ethics

Course Number: VT20210317

Duration:1 hour 30 minutes

Access: Available for 6 months after purchase

Non-Member $35.00 - Member $25.00


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Historical Trauma in Tribal Cultures: What Social Workers Need to Know

Presented by Sarah Deer, J.D.

In this webinar, participants will learn about historical trauma and why it matters to social workers. The workshop presenter will provide historical background on tribal

communities in the United States and how historical trauma manifests itself in contemporary settings.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what is meant by the phrase “historical trauma”
  • Learn about important areas of knowledge about Native people, including diversity, history, culture, and contemporary realities
  • Discuss some differences between some native cultures and Judeo-Christian cultures.
  • Describe several protective factors that support the resilience of Native people. 

Credit(s):1.5 Social & Cultural Competence

Course Number: WI-2020-AC-DeerHistoricalTrauma

Original Program Date: October 24, 2019Duration:1 hour 16 minutes

Access: Available for 5 months after purchase

 Non-Member - $52.00

 Member - $37.00

 Member-Retired/Student/Unemployed - $30.00


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Member Benefit Highlight: Nevada MyNASW


Many of you may know about the National MyNASW Community, an online forum to connect with other NASW members throughout the country. Did you know that the NASW-NV Chapter has their own private board just for members in Nevada?


This was a project brought to us from the Rural Task Force to create a space for all Nevada members who are social workers (and student members) to be able to reach out to each other, engage with the community and get your questions answered. Please feel free to bring up topics that are important to you and those for which you may need feedback. Do you need a referral for a client? What about a question on a certain methodology or service. The Nevada MyNASW board is your tool to reach members across the state. You can even email them securely directly through the website.


Access to this online forum is included in your NASW membership. All you must do is log in to the MyNASW forum (login is the same as the member profile login on the national site) and then go to Chapter Communities and click on Nevada!


Click here!


Please note: Advertising products or services is not allowed on MyNASW Nevada board including non-NASW CEU events and job listings. Also NASW-Nevada takes allegations of hostile conduct/harassment seriously, any use of MyNASW board to harass another member will result in loss of privileges to use the board and referral to NASW ethics review.


News to highlight!

Bill could boost affordable housing in Nev.

More affordable housing units could be built for Nevada residents with mental health conditions or disabilities, or who have lower incomes, under a bill that would raise the real property transfer tax by 20 cents for every $500 of value for building such housing. Because the legislation includes a tax increase, support from two-thirds of each of the state House and Senate would be required.Full Story: Nevada Current (Carson City) (1/19) 


Morgan State University professor Anthony Estreet named CEO of NASW

Anthony Estreet, a professor and former chair of the Master of Social Work Program at Morgan State University and chief executive officer of a behavioral health company in Baltimore, will be the new chief executive officer of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) beginning February 6. Estreet, Ph.D., MBA, LCSW-C, succeeds former CEO Angelo McClain, Ph.D., LICSW, who retired on December 31, 2022. Read more.


Webinar scheduled on expanded child tax credit

Tax filing season is fast approaching, and families can still claim the expanded 2021 Child Tax Credit (CTC) if they have not done so already. Please join NASW partners, the Coalition on Human Needs, Partnership for America's Children, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and Code for America on Thursday, January 19th at 2 pm ET for a webinar on how you can help families claim the 2021 expanded CTC, as well as other tax credits this tax filing season. All registrants will receive the recording and ready-to-use outreach resources. Register here. The webinar will include a quick overview of the 2021 expanded CTC, information on additional tax credits that families can get this tax season, and a review of free tax filing assistance options through Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites and For questions, please contact Aline da Fonseca at the Coalition on Human Needs:


2022 EPAS and Licensing Exam Pass Rates

CSWE’s Commission on Accreditation has made the decision to remove licensing exam pass rates from the 2022 EPAS accreditation standards. This change reinforces the 2022 EPAS’ emphasis on anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion, which supports social work education programs in developing a workforce of social workers who are knowledgeable about the ways positionality, power, privilege, and difference affect all levels of practice.




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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).


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Pain Management: Differentiation Between Physiological Dependency and Substance Use Disorder. Prevention and Intervention



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
  • Presenter: David Derezotes LCSW, Ph.D.
  • Course Number: UT20220322-7
  • Duration:1 hour 24 minutes
  • Access: On Demand: Available for 5 months after purchase




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