Monthly Archives: October 2018

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Social Workers Battle Low…

Telling social workers that what they do is a high-stress field -- one that often does not provide much in..

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Mental Health In Every…

Social workers are no strangers to stress. They both deal with it themselves in a challenging, emotionally demanding job, as..

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Social Worker Shortage STILL…

A recent report from Racine, Wisconsin, underscores the ever-worsening shortage of qualified social workers. Christina Lieffring, writing in , reports..

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Could You Be Denied…

A recent report in Al Jazeera highlights a case at the Delhi Orphanage for Girls, alleging discrimination on religious grounds...

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Life in Prison for…

Many times on these pages we have covered the tragic toll in human life taken by those who target social..

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March is National Social…

March is here, and with it comes another National Social Work Month. Ronald Reagan issued  on 22 March, 1984, dedicating March..

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Social Workers and Medical…

One of the trends that seems inevitable within society is the move towards legalization of, or relaxed criminalization of, marijuana...

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School Social Workers: Making…

Social work has a long history of “making a difference” within society -- where that “difference” is defined not only..

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Social Workers Battle Low…

Telling social workers that what they do is a high-stress field -- one that often does not provide much in..

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Requiring Police to have…

Should police be required to have social workers available to them at all times? According to Erin Durkin at the..

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