Join the Maine, New Hampshire & Vermont Chapters for this amazing line-up of speakers!
8:30 am - 12:00 pm EST
History Lost, Stolen or Strayed: The Footsteps of NASW
Mildred “Mit” Joyner, DPS, MSW, LCSW
Today as our nation faces two pandemics and NASW re-affirms its commitment to anti-racism, the social work profession must examine its steps toward justice. What action is our professional association prepared to take to build a “Beloved Community”? The social work community will continue to bend the arc of justice towards equity for all, no matter how arduous the journey.
COVID 19 and the Role of Social Workers
Jonathan White, Ph.D., LCSW-C, CPH
Commander, US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps
Director of Recovery, HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response
COVID 19 has brought about numerous challenges to our healthcare, social services, and schools. How can social workers best support recovery and resilience in our communities affected by this pandemic?
The Coming Election - Voting is Social Work
Kathryn M. Audette, MSW
Director, Government Affairs
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Inc.
Social workers know the importance of voting - voting is social work. How do we best empower our clients and communities to exercise this right and responsibility? How do we engage in get out the vote activities during this time of social distancing? Moving forward, what can social workers do after the elections to contribute to the legislative process and expand voting rights and access?
- NASW ME has approved for 3 Clinical Contact Hours
- You must be present for all three speakers to qualify for contact hours
- You will be sent a zoom link prior to the symposium
- Certificates will be emailed to you upon receipt of your completed evaluation
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