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Special Events

  • Aug 1 - Dec 31

    Conversations on Race in America with NASW/CT

    NASW/CT stands in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and is committed to social justice for all and ending racism. We cannot remain silent about the senseless killings of Black Americans in our country and must call out systemic racism on the micro and macro levels.
    NASW/CT invites you to join us for a series of community conversations dedicated to fostering dialogue around the ethical responsibility of social workers in the racial justice movement. Time will be allotted for resource sharing, processing, and guided discussions around how to be better allies to our fellow Black social workers and the greater Black community. These conversations will allow for exploration into future action by the chapter including legislative and policy advocacy.
    Members are notified of these ongoing Zoom conversations via Constant Contact emails and registration is required, so please keep an eye on your inbox.

  • Aug 20

    LIVE Webinar on August 20th

    How to Incorporate Meditation Into Your Personal Life & Into Your Practice

    …With special attention to application within the military and with Veterans, 9 AM to 12:15 PM

    Via Zoom Webinar

    Approved for 3 CECs by NASW/CT and meets 1 hour of Veterans Services

    Click here for more information.


Latest News

Mental Health Professions in Connecticut unite in calling for telehealth to be made permanent with pay equity. In an excellent letter to the Governor, key Commissioners and Legislative leaders NASW/CT joined with other mental health providers to make a strong case for telehealth and fair payment.

June 22, 2020 The Honorable Joe AresimowiczSpeaker of the House of Representatives The Honorable Matt RitterHouse Majority Leader The Honorable Themis KlaridesHouse Minority Leader The Honorable Martin LooneySenate President Pro Tempore The Honorable Bob DuffSenate Majority Leader The Honorable Len FasanoSenate Minority Leader Connecticut General Assembly Legislative Office Building210 Capitol AvenueHartford, CT 06106 Sent via […]

Recommendations on Reforms to Policing in Connecticut Revised Version 06/24/20

On behalf of the National Association of Social Workers, Connecticut Chapter we thank Governor Lamont, the Judiciary Committee, and the full CT Legislature for taking up the critically important work of rethinking how policing is performed in our state. This is a discussion that is long overdue and NASW/CT wants to be a partner in […]

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