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Prevent Child Abuse Pickens County, Inc. is Hiring for a Part-Time and Full-Time Therapist/Counselor

For Job Description and more info go HERE

The Spring Newsletter is now available view HERE

Upcoming Events

June 13, 2024, Clinical Social Work Resource Group, from 6:30-7:30pm. Calling all Clinical Social Workers: LMSW's and LISW's! This resource group was created for clinical social workers to have a safe space to voice their concerns and opinions, raise awareness across the chapter regarding mental health needs, and improve understanding of the needs of clinical social workers within the chapter. For more info and to register go HERE

June 13, 2024, 12pm-1:30pm. Virtual Lunch and Learn: Trans Wellness 101.  1.5 SW Ceus awarded! Presenter Courtney Diliberto (she/they), LCSW, will give an introduction on how to provide culturally competent healthcare for the Trans and Gender Diverse (TGD) community. Participants will learn to increase social worker’s knowledge to provide culturally competent care for the Trans and gender diverse community. To explore our own biases in order to learn how to incorporate best practices for gender-affirming care within the field of mental health. For more info and register HERE

June 13, 2024, 5pm-7:30pm. NASW-SC Catawba Unit and Winthrop University Social Work Department are hosting this In-Person from 5pm-7:30pm. 2 Social Work Ethic CEU's Awarded! FREE To MEMBERS! Come join in on the food, fellowship, and CEU's! Presenter Sara J. English, PhD LMSW CPG, will present: The Twilight Zone of Ethical Consideration - An exploration of Everyday Ethics. This training program is a continuing education opportunity on ethics for social workers. It explores historical and present-day considerations of ethics, using multiple formats that include classic media to reflect our continuous and ever-evolving social environments! For more info and to register go HERE

July 19, 2024, Virtual NASW-SC Training: Ethical Dilemmas at End of Life.  4 FREE CEUs to ALL NASW-SC MEMBERS! Please join us for this 4-hour extensive training on the Ethical Dilemmas at End of Life presented by Risa Hanau, MSW, LCSW. This ethics session will provide an overview of ethical principles and how they are applicable to those who are nearing the end of life. For more info and to register go HERE


NASW-SC Supervision Series: Leader or Boss 

July 26, 2024, from 9am-3pm

Are you a LISW-CP or LISW-AP working toward your Supervisor License and looking for continuing education contact hours in Supervision? Then look no further! Register now for the first training of this ongoing series: Leader or Boss presented by Amber Tolbert, LISW-CP and owner of the Healing Collective. This training is designed to provide insight and guidance on the implementation of supervision for Social Workers in private practice or group practice. Participants will learn effective practical tools to support the social work role through a parallel process.  

Register HERE

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Social Work Position at State Veterans’ Home

Health Management Resources, Veteran Services Incorporated has an excellent opportunity for a full-time staff social worker at Richard M. Campbell Veterans Nursing Home. Our facility serves over 200 male and female veterans and is located in Anderson, S.C. Applicant is needed who has an interest in: 

* advocating for Upstate veterans to give them an optimum quality of life

* participating as a member of a dynamic, interdisciplinary team        

* providing individual/family supportive counseling mainly around

depression, anxiety, adjustment issues

*          learning about veterans, mental health and the aging process

Applicant must be willing to learn about long-term care regulations.  Excellent communication and team building skills are important.  LMSW or LBSW is preferred.  Nursing home experience is a plus. Social work experience is also preferred.  Competitive salary and benefits offered.  Upcoming graduates are welcome to apply.

To apply:  Call (864) 261-6734 ext. 1333 or send to: 

Beth Kelly, Director of Social Services

Richard M. Campbell Veterans Nursing Home

4605 Belton Highway

Anderson, SC  29621

Or apply online at www.hmrveteranservices.com

NASW-SC Statement on Roe v. Wade 6/24/22.Today is a sad day for our country and state with the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. What was a fundamental right for almost 50 years is now gone. What was legal yesterday is now illegal. This ruling has taken away a person's right to choose. A person's right to choose reproductive health that is best for them, their body, their health, and their family. With this ruling it is one more step in the wrong direction. This ruling now leaves it up to each state to choose their own course of action related to abortion. What does this mean for SC? Our current Governor McMaster has already expressed a desire to promote more aggressive anti-abortion bills for SC. This means he can call the Legislators back at any time this year to vote on a more aggressive anti-abortion bill. This is unacceptable!!! As social workers, NOW is the time to let your voices be heard. Please contact your state and federal legislators and tell them WE STAND FOR REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS!! 

NASW-SC 2024-2025 Board of Directors Slate

The South Carolina Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers is pleased to announce the following members for the positions indicated.  The Chapter Committee on Nominations and Leadership Identification (CCNLI) has certified that the slate meets all of the Chapter’s affirmative action goals and representational mandates.

Petitions for a chapter-wide position must include signatures from 5 members or 5% of the total number of chapter members (whichever is greater), with at least one signature from each geographic unit, if the chapter has geographic units, petitions for unit-specific elected position must include signatures from 5 members or 10% of the total number of unit members (whichever is greater). A petition must include, along with the member’s signature, the member’s printed name and membership number. Petitions must be submitted to the Chapter office by May 29, 2024.


Voting will begin on May 30, 2024, voting instructions and link will follow soon. For questions, please contact the chapter office 803-256-8406.

Social Worker – South Carolina Connections Academy

South Carolina Connections Academy (SCCA) is a tuition-free, K–12 online public school. The school was launched in 2008–09 under contract to the South Carolina Connections Academy Charter School. SCCA is South Carolina’s very first virtual charter school, authorized by the South Carolina Public Charter School District. The school serves students in grades K–12 from anywhere in South Carolina. 

Working primarily from your home in South Carolina, this 10 month School Social Worker will promote the academic mission by providing services that strengthen home/school/community partnerships and alleviate barriers to learning.  The School Social Worker significantly contributes to the development of a healthy, safe, and caring environment by advancing the understanding of the emotional and social development of children and the influences of family, community, and cultural differences on student successes and by implementing effective intervention strategies. Master’s in Social Work and current Social Work license are required.

To Apply Please Click HERE

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