Category Archives: Westchester Division

ACTION ALERT: Help save the Veterans Mental Health Training Initiative from being cut...

Dear NASW-NYS Members, We need your help! As you may know, NASW-NYS has been a part of the Veterans Mental Health Training Initiative (VMHTI) for nearly a decade but, this year, our funding is on the chopping block! This program allows us to provide webinars and in-person trainings specific to working with veteran populations, an ever-growing … Continue reading ACTION ALERT: Help save the Veterans Mental Health Training Initiative from being cut from the state budget!

Winners Announced for NASW-NYS Westchester Division Social Work Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 NASW-NYS Westchester Division Social Work Awards!   Lifetime Achievement Award Mona Swanson, LCSW The Children’s Village   Social Worker of the Year Andrea Harewood, LCSW-R Lincoln Hall Boys’ Haven   Champion of Social Justice Karl Bertrand, LMSW Program Design and Development, LLC   Public Citizen of the Year … Continue reading Winners Announced for NASW-NYS Westchester Division Social Work Awards

DEADLINE EXTENDED! Submit nominations for 2019 NASW-NYS Westchester Awards

SAVE THE DATE The 2019 NASW-NYS Westchester Division Social Work Awards Dinner March 28, 201

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Executive Assistant (NASW-NYS Chapter)

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT Executive Assistant National Association of Social Workers – New York State Chapter Application Deadline: June 8, 2018 (Click here to download print-friendly PDF)   The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is seeking a full-time Executive Assistant for the New York State Chapter. The Executive Assistant reports directly to the NASW-NYS Executive Director. … Continue reading JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Executive Assistant (NASW-NYS Chapter)

April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day

National Healthcare Decisions Day is on Monday, April 16th and begins a week of engagement to consider the importance of advance care planning for yourself, family members, and clients. According to The Conversation Project’s National Survey, 90% of people say that talking with their loved ones about end-of-life care is important– and 27% have actually … Continue reading April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day