October 21, 2022

New Jersey Must Preserve Existing School-Based Youth Services

March 18, 2022

National Association of Social Workers – New Jersey Chapter Endorses Allison James-Frison for Newark Board of Education

March 18, 2022

Honoring Social Work Heroes: National Association of Social Workers – NJ Chapter Announces 2022 Award Recipients for Excellence in Social Work

March 17, 2022

Stories of Change: NASW-NJ Launches the Social Work Oral History Institute

February 24, 2022

NASW-NJ Opposes Any Efforts to Redefine Child Abuse to Include Gender Affirming Care; Stands in Solidarity with Trans Community in Texas

February 4, 2022

9-8-8 Crisis Health Line and S-311 Address Critical Community Need: Division of Consumer Affairs Must Act Now to Ensure Successful Implementation

January 20, 2022

Senate Failure to Pass Voting Rights Legislation Means Less Representation for Marginalized Populations

December 14, 2021

Syringe Access Programs Save Lives, Keeping New Jersey Communities Safe & Healthy

November 22, 2021


October 14, 2021

National Association of Social Workers – New Jersey Chapter Announces General Election Endorsements; Holds on Endorsement in Gubernatorial Race

August 13, 2021

Letter to the Editor: Telehealth Expansion in New Jersey

July 14, 2021

Bureaucratic Process and Delays Leave Social Workers Without Licenses and Consumers without Access to Services

June 23, 2021

Mental Health Crisis: Community Needs Can’t Be Met

June 4, 2021

National Association of Social Workers – New Jersey Chapter Endorses Roy Freiman for State Assembly

May 26, 2021

National Association of Social Workers – New Jersey Chapter Endorses Valerie Huttle for State Senate

January 8, 2021

Statement on the Capital Insurrection of January 6, 2021

July 28, 2020

Social Workers Call on Local, State and Federal Officials for Police Reform

July 20, 2020

An Open Letter to the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs and Board of Social Work Examiners Regarding the Availability of Online Licensure Examinations

July 7, 2020

Workforce in Crisis: Thousands of Social Workers Prevented from Contributing to COVID-19 Response Due to Administrative Backlog

June 2, 2020

Statement in Response to the Murder of George Floyd

May 9, 2020

Quiet Devastation: Institutional Residents Among the Most Vulnerable During the Covid-19 Crisis

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