Responding to Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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  • Substance use disorders have become even more of an important topic amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Last year, CSWE was awarded a substantial grant from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to work with more than 30 programs ...

  • Found a new article that might be great for use this fall. ------------------------------ Julie Cederbaum Associate Professor University of Southern California Los Angeles CA ------------------------------

  • There are additional presentations that educators can use to teach about the roles of Public Health Social Workers. These presentations show the ways social workers can make positive impacts on specific populations, like children with special health care ...

  • COVID-19 and SOCIAL POLICY: A SUPPLEMENTAL  BIBLIOGRAPHYPrepared by Mimi Abramovitz Bertha Capen Reynold Professor of Social Policy Silberman School of Social Work, Hunter College, City University of New York May  2020 This   Supplemental  ...

  • Attached are articles I have begun to collect focused on racial/ethnic and gender disparities in COVID, as well as system and structural issues that have been further exposed by COVID. There is one additional article on SW response. I hope these are ...

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    CSWE continues to provide support for individual and program members and review guidance from local and federal health and travel authorities to prioritize the health of individuals at events.
    Visit www.cswe.org/coronavirus for that information. 
    CSWE is committed to ensuring that its response during this challenging time is based on safety and facts and not driven by fear.

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