Announcements

  • Highlights for Social Workers in the Medicate 2024 Physician Fee Schedule

    On November 2, 2023, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released the final rule for the 2024 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) (CMS–1784–P). View our latest Tips & Tools for Social Workers which provides key highlights on the final rule which impact social workers in the areas of telehealth behavioral health, social needs, and many others.

  • Pregnant and Postpartum Workers: Know Your Rights

    Under the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, most workers have a right to reasonable accommodations, or temporary changes at work, that are medically-necessary during or after pregnancy. A Better Balance have launched a “Know Your Rights” campaign (also available in Spanish) around this important new law. 

  • Free! Student Loan Forgiveness Workshop by Savi

    The borrower experience has been broken for too long. Savi is on a mission to change that experience for the better. No borrower should struggle alone, which is why we’ve created this space for our community of borrowers, friends, and family members to access trusted support and guidance around their student loan debt.

    This LIVE and interactive virtual webinar and Q&A session with student loan experts will help you:

    -Understand your best repayment and forgiveness options

    -Discover options for managing your monthly payment

    -How Savi tools and resources can assist you in achieving the best outcome possible

    Date: Wednesday, April 17
    Time: 1:00-2:00pm ET

  • 2024 International Deflection & Pre-Arrest Diversion Summit

    Police, Treatment and Community Collaborative (PTACC) is having their annual International Deflection and Pre-Arrest Diversion Training Summit October 29 – November 1, 2024 in Seattle, Washington. If you are a social worker who works directly with law enforcement as an embedded social worker or a social worker who works on a co-response team this opportunity is for you and your team. 

  • Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding Webinar

    Join the NASW International Committee and social workers from around the world for a webinar on conflict resolution and rebuilding strategies and social work wisdom and practices. The aim is to help social workers in Canada and the USA continue playing a critical role in conflict resolution and rebuilding by understanding the root causes of conflict, building relationships and trust, adopting a strengths-based approach, collaborating with other professionals, and advocating for social justice.

    Host: The National Association of Social Workers International Committee

    Date: February 28
    Time: 1:00-2:30pm ET
    Credits: 1.5 Social Work

  • A New Look for MyNASW!

    Welcome to the new upgraded MyNASW online community! We've created a more engaging and user-friendly experience for all members, and we can't wait for you to explore the new features.  Take a browse, check out our  FAQ and join the discussion!