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Complimentary resources, webinars and CEUs available.

The North Dakota Chapter is joining NASW’s national Connect to End COVID-19 effort, a CDC-funded initiative to support social workers and their clients in informed vaccine decision-making. 

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NASW-ND Board Votes on Resolution for SWK Ed Rights

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Resolution Purpose

A resolution was offered to the Board of Directors during NASW-ND’s Board meeting in March. The resolution addresses the board’s stance on proposed legislation around the country that
attempts to silence or limit conversations related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Linked you will find an excerpt to explain the immediate need for the resolution.

Find a copy of the Resolution and the description by following the below links:

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NASW-ND Diversity Committee

Open Applications

The NASW-North Dakota Chapter Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is seeking volunteers to join the committee. The committee serves as an advisory group, reporting to the chapter president on matters relating to the promotion of the association’s mission to promote cultural diversity and social equity among marginally oppressed populations.

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UPDATE: Federal Rule to Prevent Surprise Health Care Billing – Application to Clinical Social Workers

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January 5, 2022

This blog post updates information from the post of December 21, 2021. It provides updated clarifying information that was not available until now regarding Part II of a federal rule that pertains to the provision of Good Faith Estimates (GFEs). And it provides new information on Part I of this regulation. If you reviewed the December 21 post, you may also find it helpful to review this one. NASW is continuing to closely monitor this dynamic policy area so we can continue to provide updates to members. We are also advocating on behalf of clinical social workers with key federal regulatory agencies and other stakeholders.
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COVID-19 Resources

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NASW has been working on multiple fronts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensure access to services, such as teletherapy. Social workers are in a unique position to promote disease prevention efforts.

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CANCELLED: Heeding the Ethical Imperative of Self-Care for Social Workers

This event has been cancelled. You may register yourself for the waitlist to be notified when registration has opened for the rescheduled event.

Embrace the ethical obligation of self-care and discover the secret to a long-lasting and satisfying career in this training.

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Revisions to the DSM-5-TR

May 04, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT

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This workshop will provide an overview of changes to DSM-5-TR. Join us for this 2-hour workshop and get all the updates you need for your practice! Presenter: Jonathan Singer, Ph.D., LCSW Cost: 2.0 CEUs / $60 Nonmember / $33 NASW Member

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An Introduction to the ASWB Exam: What New Social Workers Should Know

Monday, May 16, 2022. 5 - 6:30 pm CST

*Please note that this webinar is not intended as a licensure exam preparation course.

Click to Register! (Free for all social work students to attend!) https://buff.ly/3Ec0snA

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Individual Justice Planning (IJP)

Thursday, May 19 at 12:00 PM CST

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The IJP process is an evidence-based individualized plan to collaboratively, pro-actively address behavioral issues of youth and adults with cognitive disabilities who may be at risk of, or who are already involved in the criminal justice system. 1 CE. Cost: $5 for NASW members, $20 nonmembers.

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Ethical Confidentiality: Requirements and Exceptions

May 23, 10:00 AM CDT – May 24, 1:00 PM CDT

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This Jane Addams District ethics CEU presentation will cover aspects of mental health confidentiality, giving providers knowledge to limit involvement in the courts. Presenter: Jonathan Nye, JD Cost: 3.0 Ethics CEUs / $90 Nonmember / $50 NASW Member

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The Racial, Social and Economic Inequities of Mental Health Treatment

Jun 01, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM CDT

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This Southern District cultural competency CEU training will focus on the racial, social, and economic inequities of mental health treatment among people of color. Speaker: Valerie Wise, LCSW, CADC, CBLC Cost: 2 Cultural Competency CEUs / $30 Nonmember / $10 NASW Member

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We Stand for Social Justice

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NASW is committed to ending racism through public education, social justice advocacy and professional training.
Learn about NASW's national social justice activities

NASW-ND is committed to social justice for all and to ending racism. We are mobilized and increasing our efforts in the face of America's racism pandemic.
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