NASW Foundation News


Apr 01, 2021

High-risk drinking among women has increased significantly over the past decade, and the coronavirus pandemic seems to have made the problem worse. A recent study in JAMA Network Open compared drinking patterns before and after the pandemic. The results? Women increased how often they drink more than men did, and also reported major increases in binge drinking and problems related to drinking.

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Mar 12, 2021

In 2019-2020, NASW-Illinois Chapter Executive Director, Joel L. Rubin, MSW, ACSW, CAE, worked with the NASW Foundation (Chapter Fiscal Sponsor) and Loyola University School of Social Work on a workforce study: “An Evaluation of the Illinois Social Work Workforce: Challenges and Opportunities.” The initiative was funded by a generous $50,000 grant from the Telligen Community Initiative.

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Feb 23, 2021

The NASW Foundation and NASW are proud to celebrate Black History Month and honor the rich history of blacks in social work. We encourage you to celebrate with us by learning more about this wonderful record of achievement. 

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Feb 22, 2021

Nominate and honor a new member of the NASW Social Work Pioneers® to celebrate Social Work Month in March!

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Jan 17, 2021

The NASW Foundation is very pleased to extend congratulations to Ambassador Wendy R. Sherman on her nomination by President-elect Joe Biden to serve as Deputy U.S. Secretary of State.

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Dec 12, 2020

As 2020 draws to a close, the NASW Foundation extends deep appreciation to professional social workers who give their all each and every day to address some of society's most challenging issues. You make the world a better place and we are grateful for your skills, knowledge, energy, devotion, and compassion. Simply put, "thank you for everything you do."

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