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Use the Voice of NASW-Oklahoma for What Matters Most

Sharing a story about a client's struggle or lack of resources is very important to NASW-Oklahoma. It is essential to demonstrate a personal connection to the needs of individuals, groups, and families all across the state as NASW-OK interacts with public officials and rallies for increased funding and resources.

Your story can have a significant impact for so many others, please consider sharing it with us to make a difference. We rely on people like you to help us at events, with media interviews, news articles, stories for social media and so much more. Your story will be included when the NASW-Oklahoma Legislative Advocacy Workgroup is advocating on legislative matters.

It is vital for NASW-Oklahoma to gain insight on how we interact in communities all across the state in order to better understand the needs of Oklahoma. 

You are the reason we do the work that we do. Help us help you by sharing your story.

NASW-Oklahoma is seeking personal stories from individuals on a variety of topics. We want to hear from social workers. If you are a student, in non-profit, hospital, state employee, or private practice, you have a story to make our profession stronger.

Submit your story in respect to your client, your employer, and your profession. Personal identifiable information should not be included and will be immediately redacted upon receipt. NASW-Oklahoma's guidelines for submissions can be found here at NASW Code of Ethics

We are seeking stories on the following topics, please consider sharing with NASW-Oklahoma.

Is your story not listed? We still want to know. The list is only to generate ideas and will always be expanding.

Client Related

Bullying

Child/Family

Healthcare Access

Homelessness

Housing

Incarceration

Insurance Denial

Long-term care

Medicaid

Public Schools/Education

Quality of Care

Racism/Sexism

Substance Use

Transportation Services

Voter Suppression


Profession Related

Access to Referral Services

Claim Denial

Employment

Ethical Issues

Insurance Panels

Lack of Referral Systems

Licensing Issues

Professional Development

 

The information requested below is requested for the sole purpose of acknowledging your submission, and possibly following up by email or phone to request more information. The demographic information provided, including email address and phone number will not be shared without the written consent of the individual submitting the form.

For you convenience, you may attach a document at the bottom of the form.

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