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Every March, during Social Work Month, NASW Ohio Chapter hosts Advocacy Day
to connect social workers to their state legislators. It's a time to promote our
profession and issues that impact our clients. Join over 600 social workers and
social work students at the Riffe Center in Columbus for a day of action. You'll learn how to be an
effective advocate and meet with your state Representative's and state Senator's offices.

 

2020 Advocacy Day

Handouts

 

Recording

If you have not paid and want to watch the recording, pay here to watch and earn 5 CEUs>>

 

Paid attendees of the live March 26 event can watch the recording of Advocacy Day here>>

 

Post-test

You must complete this post test to receive a certificate. Once you have submitted your post-test,

your certificate will be emailed to you within 24 hours.

If you do not receive your certificate, email info.naswoh@socialworkers.org

to request that it be sent again. 

 

Take the post-test >>>

 


 

 


Previous Advocacy Days:

2019 - Focus on Child Welfare

We advocated for an increase in funding for Ohio's locally-administered child welfare system, more social and emotional support in schools, an end to "conversion therapy" with minors, and cross-reporting.

 

2018 - Social Workers: Leaders. Advocates. Champions.

730 attendees advocated for stronger supports for social workers, additional funding for student supports, and policies to help youth interacting with the juvenile justice system.

 

2017 - Social Workers Stand Up

650 attendees advocated for increased funding for health and human services, opposed licensing board consolidation, and voiced support for the passage of Monica's Law.

 

2016 - Forging Solutions Out of Challenges

525 attendees advocated for increased salaries for social workers, funding for police training in implicit bias and crisis intervention, and banning licensed providers from practicing conversion therapy.


2015 - Paving the Way for Social Justice

We discussed proposals to improve community-police relations, banning conversion or reparative therapy, and educational debt relief for social workers.

 

2014 - Addressing Barriers to Professional Success

330 attendees asked to close a loophole in social work title protection by passing HB 232 and to develop a social work educational debt relief program.

 

2013 - The Role of Social Workers in Healthcare

The ask was to support Medicaid Expansion and to consider social work as a pivotal role in healthcare.


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