NASW AR Opposition to Senate Bill 289 the “Medical Ethics and Diversity Act”
NASW AR opposes SB 289 "Medical Ethics and Diversity Act". Access our official statement by clicking "read more".
NASW Arkansas Chapter Statement on Murder of George Floyd
NASW Arkansas is appalled by the brutal and senseless murder of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, by white police officers in Minneapolis. We are also disgusted by the actions of a white woman in New York who made false accusations to the police against Christopher...
Novel Coronavirus Outbreak: Upcoming Events and Other Resources
Like many of you, we are monitoring the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak very closely. We care deeply about the health and well-being of our members and social workers and the clients and communities you serve. We know many of you have questions about disease...
The National Association of Social workers (NASW) is the oldest and largest organization of professional social workers with 155,000 members. It serves members and advocates for sound social policy. Professional social workers practice in many settings including family service agencies, community mental health centers, schools, hospitals, employee assistance programs, and public and private agencies. Professional social workers provide most of the nation’s mental health services and offer services to individuals, families and communities. A professional social worker has a degree from an accredited social work program and meets state legal requirements. NASW is a nonprofit organization.