National Professional Social Work Month

From its start in the 1960's, National Profesional Social Work Month has been a nationwide effort celebrating the profession and the contributions of social workers. 

Social Work is the profession of hope—fueled by resilience and advocacy.  Social Workers matter because they help millions of struggling people every day dream differently.

In the United States, more than 650,000 of these highly trained professionals know how daunting and immobilizing life’s tragedies and obstacles can be.  But they also witness the sheer determination of countless individuals and families to achieve different lives.  Sometimes, all it takes to help people get on the right path is guidance toward what is possible.  Other times, social workers are an immediate lifeline in crisis—providing access to resources and new life options.

When?

Fri, Mar. 1 - Sun, Mar. 31, 2013
midnight - 11:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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