NASW, MISSISSIPPI CHAPTER

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CHECK LEGISLATURE & ADVOCACY ALERTS PAGE FOR UPDATES!

**SB 2803, COMBINING ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS OF MOST PROFESSIONAL LICENSING BOARDS 

REFERRED TO HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS, DIED IN COMMITTEE MARCH 05, 2019


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DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MARCH 15, 2019!!!!

Notice of vacancy for appointment to the

MS Board of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage & Family Therapists:


Now taking applications for LCSW position opening on the MBOE July 1, 2019, and LSW position opening July 1, 2020.   Please submit your completed application to the chapter office by March 15, 2019 to:

NASW, MS Chapter

P.O. Box 5599

Pearl, MS 39288

OR email to info.naswms@socialworkers.org

Applications must be typed and include ALL supporting documents requested.







March 6-8, 2019

NATCHEZ CONVENTION CENTER



 
 

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2019 Schedule of "An Hour with Private Practice" Announced

The 2019 schedule for the popular "An Hour with Private Practice" has been announced. An Hour with Private Practice is a free, question and answer call-in session for NASW members who may have specific questions or concerns about an issue in private practice. The program is held every third Wednesday of the month from noon to 1:00 pm ET. No preregistration is required and members can join in the discussion, ask questions, and make comments. These sessions provide members with important clinical social work updates impacting the delivery of mental health services in a private solo or group practice. Please visit this link for more information and the 2019 schedule of programs.



JUST WHAT DOES NASW MEMBERSHIP DO FOR YOU?


NASW is your career investment....

 resume writing programs

license exam preparation

 chapter and national job boards

job networking at meetings locally and nationally

 MyNASW member media for job and practice discussions


NASW helps you keep your skills current and license active...

Free CE for ALL Branch programs for members 

Member discounts for CE at all chapter, national, and on-line programs 

Member discounts for services, like CE Tracker and Therapy Notes

new Social Work Advocates bi-monthly magazine with in-depth information

Social Work Journal


When you need professional help...

NASW Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice for personal job advocacy

member consultation on ethics, legal, and practice matters at the state and national level 

the best and most reasonable professional liability insurance available

state and national advocacy for jobs and services for your clients


Join Us for these services and much more....NASW is the rock of social work practice!

 NASW Member Services 800-742-4089 – F, 9:00 am – 9:00 pm ET 

Members, make sure your membership information, including email preferences, is up to date!  


Thank you to all our members for your support!! 

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LEADERSHIP IN MISSISSIPPI CHAPTER NEEDED!   ELECTIONS FOR 2019 BEGINNING MARCH 1!
 
WATCH THIS SITE FOR MORE INFORMATION!

And, we are excited to have a Mississippi Social Worker On the National Election Slate for NASW!
Visit the Newsletter & Announcements page to view the Full Slate
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Have you explored the new member experience at NASW???

Welcome to the MyNASW members-only online community!

   TIPS TO GET STARTED   


1.  Login with your NASW username and password – the same log-in you use for the NASW website www.socialworkers.org.

2.  Review 
FAQ’s here to learn the basics.

3.  Questions? Contact NASW Member Services at 
membership@socialworkers.org or 800-742-4089 Monday to Friday 9 am – 9 pm ET.


   PRIVACY & PROFILE SETTINGS                                        

4.  You control your profile. To begin, only your name, chapter and practice area are visible to any other member. You can easily allow members to see more or less about you. Update your privacy settings here.

5. Your MyNASW community profile comes from your NASW member record. Click to the NASW Member Center to make updates. You’ll see your changes in MyNASW within 30 minutes.


   CONNECTING WITH MEMBERS                                           

6.  You receive an email when members post messages in the community. To begin, you are subscribed to a daily digest - one email each morning with all of the previous day’s posts. You can change your subscription to real time (to receive an email every time there’s a new post), weekly digest, or no emails (you won’t receive emails from the community but you can still view discussions online). Manage your subscriptions here.

7.  Network with colleagues and search for your friends in the Member Directory, and send them a contact request.

8.  Search for 
resources from NASW or from other members – and add resources you think are helpful.

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NASW, MS CHAPTER POSITION STATEMENT ON UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE

National Association of Social Workers, Mississippi Chapter--Adopted by the Board of Directors on January 20, 2018

The current U.S. health care system is broken.  Despite the advances of the Affordable Care Act, millions of Americans remain uninsured, and many millions more are underinsured, unable to afford the costs and deductibles associated with adequate health care coverage.  Nowhere is the need for system change greater than in Mississippi, the unhealthiest state in the nation.
 
The Mississippi Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers believes that it is time to adopt a publicly financed, federally administered single-payer universal health care program that guarantees health care to all citizens, regardless of ability to pay.  The U.S. system presently spends more on health care per person, yet produces poorer results, than any advanced nation in the world.  Mississippians, along with all U.S. citizens, deserve better.


A federally administered single-payer universal program promises multiple advantages over the current system – including administrative simplicity, greater capacity to control costs, more equalized benefits, and enhanced ability to promote prevention over intervention – as well as the most important of all advantages, emphatically prioritizing people over profits.  The time for fundamental reform is now.


Please remember our EMAIL address.... info.naswms@socialworkers.org 

 

P. O. Box 5599, Pearl, MS, 39288 | 601.936.0557

(©2019 National Association of Social Workers-Mississippi Chapter. All Rights Reserved.)

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