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         Social Work:     more books (100)
  1. The Social Work Dictionary by Robert L. Barker, 2003-06-01
  2. Social Work Treatment 4th Edition by Francis J. Turner, 1996-09-01
  3. Theories for Direct Social Work Practice by Joseph Walsh, 2009-02-23
  4. Direct Social Work Practice: Theory and Skills by Dean H. Hepworth, Ronald H. Rooney, et all 2009-03-03
  5. Days In The Lives Of Social Workers: 54 Professionals Tell "Real-life" Stories From Social Work Practice
  6. The Social Work Graduate School Applicant's Handbook: The Complete Guide to Selecting and Applying to MSW Programs by Jesus Reyes, 2005-04-01
  7. Social Work Values and Ethics (Foundations of Social Work Knowledge Series) by Frederic G. Reamer, 2006-02-24
  8. Social Workers' Desk Reference by Albert R. Roberts, 2008-11-21
  9. Ethical Decisions for Social Work Practice by Ralph Dolgoff, Frank M. Loewenberg, et all 2008-01-16
  10. Social Work Practicum. The: A Guide and Workbook for Students (5th Edition) (MySocialWorkLab Series) by Cynthia L. Garthwait, 2010-01-17
  11. 101 Careers in Social Work by Dr. Jessica Ritter PhD, Dr. Halaevalu F. Vakalahi PhD, et all 2008-12-08
  12. Mental Health in Social Work: A Casebook on Diagnosis and Strengths-Based Assessment by Jacqueline Corcoran, Joseph M. Walsh, 2008-02-14
  13. Social Work Macro Practice (4th Edition) by F. Ellen Netting, Peter M. Kettner, et all 2007-07-07
  14. From Charity to Social Work: Mary E. Richmond and the Creation of an American Profession by Elizabeth N. Agnew, 2003-12-05

1. SSWR -- Society For Social Work And Research
A nonprofit association committed to improving the support for research among social workers.
A Professional Membership Society for Social Workers Who Are Interested in Research
The Society for Social Work and Research joins other individuals and organizations in deep concern about the tragic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the many thousands of survivors who lost their homes and possessions. The SSWR Board is in contact with other social work organizations to ensure that we do not stand idly by while so many suffer. Although you have no doubt already seen this information, we pass it on again. Donations for Hurricane Katrina Relief can be made to:
American Red Cross at 1-800-HELPNOW or

2. The Social Work Cafe
Tobi Ann Shane's social work Cafe has become the online meeting place of choice for social work students. Access to community bulletin boards, student message board, reading room, career advice, and chat.
The Social Work Cafe ...brings you...
The Social City ...Marketplace for ideas!
Become a member of
Community Bulletin Board
Social Work Cafe Message Board
The Reading Room
The New Social Worker's Career Corner
Member Homepages
Social Work Graduate School - How To Get In
Meet our Virtual Community The International Social Work Chat The SocialCity SW Net Resources NASW Article about the SWC!
Webrings This Heartland Official Featured Page is owned by Tobi A. Shane Prev Skip It Next 5 ... List Want to join the ring? Get the info Awards Links Go Social Work Contact Me! Webmaster: Tobi Ann Shane Created by Philip W. (We thank you Philip!)
Web Counter says that you are Cafe patron since April 29, 1996!
Last Updated on March 14, 2002
Like the International Social Work Cafe Chat Room? Or the QuickNav button? Or the SWSN/SWC Message Board? Then click here! Note: French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish versions of this site are available through AltaVista's Translation Service. The persons, organizations, website names and URL's, e-mail addresses, and descriptions listed in the Social Work Cafe are here at the request and written consent of the individual or contact person or are known to be public domain.

3. National Association Of Social Workers
The National Association of social workers (NASW) is the largest membershiporganization of professional social workers in the world.
National Association of Social Workers Join NASW NASW Press Find a Social Worker The Credentialing Center ... NASW News - September Edition NASW Responds to Hurricane Katrina
Social workers are the largest providers of mental health services in the country. Social workers also make up more than 40 percent of Red Cross mental health volunteers. They have the training and education to help victims of disasters to work through their grief and loss and to connect them to the resources they need to rebuild their lives. [read more]
[Contribute Today!]

NASW Foundation Establishes a Social Work Disaster Assistance Fund
In order to rebuild the social services needed for these devastated areas, we first have to help the social workers get back on their feet. In light of this great need, the NASW Foundation has established the Social Work Disaster Assistance Fund. All monies donated to this fund will go directly to help social workers affected by Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath...

4. Social Workers
Council on social work Education, 1725 Duke St., Suite 500, Alexandria, VA 223143457. Internet http//

5. Social Work Profession
Welcome to The National Association of social workers.
NASW Homepage Special Features Social Work Pioneers Choices: Careers in Social Work
Social Work Profession
Overview People looking for a career with meaning, action, diversity, satisfaction, and an abundance of options are often drawn to social work. Social workers are highly trained professionals who care about people, who want to make things better, and who want to relieve suffering. There are over a half million professional social workers in the United States who have all committed their lives to making a difference. Who are Social Workers? Social workers help people overcome social and health problems, such as poverty, mental illness, child abuse and neglect, emotional instability, illness, economic uncertainty, domestic violence, homelessness, and drug abuse. They work directly with individuals, couples, families, and groups to identify and overcome these problems. Some social workers also work with communities, organizations, and/or systems to improve services and/or administrate social and health programs.

6. National Association Of Social Workers
Click here for more information Promote, develop and protect social work and social workers

7. Social Workers
Child, family, and school social workers typically work in individual and familyservices Other types of social workers include social work planners and
Skip Navigation Links Latest Numbers U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook OOH Search/A-Z Index BLS Home Get Detailed Statistics ... Find It! In DOL Printer-friendly version ( HTML PDF
Social Workers
Nature of the Work Working Conditions Employment Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement ... Sources of Additional Information
Significant Points
  • While a bachelor’s degree is the minimum requirement, a master’s degree in social work or a related field has become the standard for many positions.
  • Employment is projected to grow faster than average.
  • Competition for jobs is expected in cities, but opportunities should be good in rural areas.
Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Social work is a profession for those with a strong desire to help improve people’s lives. Social workers help people function the best way they can in their environment, deal with their relationships, and solve personal and family problems. Social workers often see clients who face a life-threatening disease or a social problem. These problems may include inadequate housing, unemployment, serious illness, disability, or substance abuse. Social workers also assist families that have serious domestic conflicts, including those involving child or spousal abuse. Social workers often provide social services in health-related settings that now are governed by managed care organizations. To contain costs, these organizations are emphasizing short-term intervention, ambulatory and community-based care, and greater decentralization of services.

8. Social Work Search
Directory of social work links.

9. Social And Human Service Assistants
Certificates or associate degrees in subjects such as social work, human services,gerontology, or one of the social or behavioral sciences meet most
Skip Navigation Links Latest Numbers U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook OOH Search/A-Z Index BLS Home Get Detailed Statistics ... Find It! In DOL Printer-friendly version ( HTML PDF
Social and Human Service Assistants
Nature of the Work Working Conditions Employment Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement ... Sources of Additional Information
Significant Points
  • While a bachelor’s degree usually is not required, employers increasingly seek individuals with relevant work experience or education beyond high school.
  • Employment is projected to grow much faster than average.
  • Job opportunities should be excellent, particularly for applicants with appropriate postsecondary education, but pay is low.
Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Social and human service assistant is a generic term for people with a wide array of job titles, including human service worker, case management aide, social work assistant, community support worker, mental health aide, community outreach worker, life skill counselor, or gerontology aide. They usually work under the direction of professionals from a variety of fields, such as nursing, psychiatry, psychology, rehabilitative or physical therapy, or social work. The amount of responsibility and supervision they are given varies a great deal. Some have little direct supervision; others work under close direction. Social and human service assistants provide direct and indirect client services to ensure that individuals in their care reach their maximum level of functioning. They assess clients’ needs, establish their eligibility for benefits and services such as food stamps, Medicaid, or welfare, and help to obtain them. They also arrange for transportation and escorts, if necessary, and provide emotional support. Social and human service assistants monitor and keep case records on clients and report progress to supervisors and case managers.

10. THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER OnlineThe Magazine For Social Work
An electronic companion to the print magazine devoted to social work students and recent graduates. Includes fulltext articles, an online career

11. Social Work Search
social work Search is an online searcheable database devoted to the social workprofession. It has links to websites and jobs of interest to social workers

Clinical Record Keeper

Clinical Record Keeper
... Other

12. Social Work And Social Services Websites
A directory compiled by the George Warren Brown School of social work at Washington University. Contains a regularlyupdated list of over 100 topics

13. CSWE - Council On Social Work Education
CSWE Council on social work Education. Please use the text-only version of this page.
CSWE - Council on Social Work Education
Please use the text-only version of this page.

14. Social Work Recruitment 'crisis'
social workers, a major report has said. The study claims local authorities should work together to try to recruit and keep hold of social work

15. Journal Of Social Work Education
Index of past issues from 1997 to the present. Limited number of full textarticles; abstracts are available for all items.
Current Issue JSWE Previous Issues Masthead ... Calls for Special-Section Submissions
Deborah P. Valentine, Editor-in-Chief
MSW dean, Colorado State University
Welcome to the Journal of Social Work Education Online . Since 1964, JSWE has served as a forum for creative exchange of social work knowledge.
What's New Call for Submissions
CSWE invites submissions from current and former Minority Fellowship Programs scholars under the theme "expanding knowledge and competencies to reflect diversity." Please visit the calls page for more information. Winter 2005 , now posted, includes a special section of articles on field education in social work. Full-text of these works are available online for CSWE individual members. Abstracts for every article are available for all visitors. The 2004 Volume 40 index is currently available to all users. For CSWE members who log in, all articles are available in full text. Visit the Current Issue link to get to the Winter 2005 JSWE . Click on the article you want to read in full text, then you will be prompted to log in.

16. Social Work Jobs/Social Service Jobs-SocialService.Com
social work jobs and social service jobs. Free job search, free resume posting, free emailed job announcements. Inexpensive for employers and

17. World Wide Web Resources For Social Workers Redirect
World Wide Web Resources for social workers was closed in January of 2005.This was a practical decision based on a number of factors
World Wide Web Resources for Social Workers was closed in January of 2005. This was a practical decision based on a number of factors:
The need for collecting and storing links to professional resources that was met by WWWRSW over those 12 years will be addressed by these and other systems over the coming years.
Although WWWRSW is gone, Information for Practice (IP) continues to live on in an expanded form. The new IP will continue to be a monthly digest (like the old IP) that is designed to help social service professionals throughout the world conveniently maintain an awareness of news regarding the profession and emerging scholarship. The new IP will help us to better meet those goals by incorporating a continuously upgraded site at:
You are being redirected there now.
If you have links on your site to either WWWRSW or the old IP, please change the description to Information for Practice and use the new URL:

18. World Wide Web Resources For Social Workers Redirect
World Wide Web Resources for social workers was closed in January of 2005.

19. Social Work
A comprehensive directory of topics relevant to the field of social work maintainedas a joint effort between New York University and the Mount SinaiNYU
  • Certificate Program in Clinical Approaches to the Addictions
    Begins October 11th at Washington Square.
    For a complete listing of Fall continuing education offerings, click here
NYU MSW Admissions MSW Deadlines Hurricane Katrina Outreach ... Post-Master's Programs

20. CSWE - Council On Social Work Education
Home page for CSWE Online, Council on social work Education's website.

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