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Welcome to NASW North Dakota

NASW North Dakota (NASWND) is a chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest professional association of social workers, with over 150,000 members worldwide. NASW has led the way in setting standards for professional practice since the establishment of the Code of Ethics in 1955. NASW works with members and for members to create opportunities within the profession and with those we serve. North Dakota Chapter members have opportunities for continuing education events, involvement in advocacy and social justice, and access to network with social workers across the state.

NASWND serves the critical and diverse needs of the entire social work profession. Wherever you work - whomever you serve - NASWND provides you with a connection to ideas, information, quality resources and colleagues.

We offer our membership information on continuing education, upcoming events, legislative information and web related resources for social workers. If you are new to this site, please take a look around to see all that we offer. Questions, concerns, and general inquiries can be directed to Chapter office:

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Email - info.naswnd@socialworkers.org

 

 

 

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