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Social Work License Exam Prep

May 7th – 8:30 am – 5 pm

6200 Martway St, Mission, KS

This one-day intensive social work exam preparatory seminar is open to social workers preparing for the BSW, MSW, LSCSW examinations. The seminar will assist participants in understanding time proven exam taking strategies and techniques. 

Technology, Liability, and Ethics

May 17 – 8:30 – 11:30 am

6200 Martway St, Mission, KS

This workshop focuses on understanding NASW’s Technology Standards. The use of technology plays an essential role in the social work profession. Technology is one of the ways social workers can deliver their services and having a precise knowledge of its standards of practice is a must for ethical social work.

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Find a Career That Makes a Difference

Join a growing team of professionals
who make a difference each day

Valeo Behavioral Health Care 

Provides mental health and substance services. Valeo has several open positions including crisis services

https://www.valeotopeka.org/careers

Valeo’s Crisis Center is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Anyone age 18 and over who is experiencing a crisis can walk in anytime day or night to meet with a crisis clinician. 


Advocacy Update

Senate Bill 193 – Social Workers had a voice at the table. SB 193 passed out the House and Human Services Committee. This Bill previously passed the Senate. SB 193 provides licensure reciprocity for social workers who work across state lines or move to Kansas.

NASW-KS proposed amendment to place post-graduate supervision hours for clinical supervision in line with states across the country (3000 supervised practice hours and 100 supervision hours) was also approved in the Senate and House Committee. The next step is a full vote in the House on SB 193 and on to the Governor’s office to be signed into law. This legislative advocacy work and having a social work at the table is only possible due to Kansas social workers becoming NASW members. KS Chapter needs your help today by becoming a NASW Member. Senate Bill 193 more information here.

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