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Welcome to NASW-Missouri Chapter!

We are dedicated to keeping you current and well-informed, so we update our website content consistently. Our website information is not exhaustive to everyone's needs. You will find very helpful the additional resources and materials in our NASW Missouri News (member newsletter), our member e-mail announcements, and the NASW National website at:  Please visit as often as possible!   


Please note that due to our need to attend to some
administrative tasks, the Missouri Chapter office will be 
closed on Friday, March 23rd and will re-open on
Monday, March 26, at 8:00 a.m.

2018 Annual Conference in St. Louis


Thursday, August 16 - Saturday, August 18, 2018 


Join Your Fellow Social Workers

Come network, collaborate and learn.  Share about issues that are important to you and the populations you care about while you obtain continuing education credit for your licensure renewal!


Call for Presentations  


We are accepting presentation proposals in a broad range of topics.  Share your knowledge & passion with other social workers across the state.  Enhance your professional skills and resume.  Click here to download the proposal form or to complete online click here.


Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities

Is your agency interested in Sponsoring or Exhibiting at the 2018 Conference in St. Louis?


Click here to download the form or to reserve your booth online click here.

2018 Show-Me Annual Symposium



  Happy Social Work Month!!

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your service in the field of Social Work.  Ours is one of the most noble professions in the world – we touch lives in ways we may never know. 

Take heart and accept this tribute for your dedicated contribution.  We thank you for what you have done, and for what you will do, for 
others in the future.






Show your pride by wearing this new commemorative pin



For Social Work Month we are selling commemorative member pins for $3.50 (includes shipping & handling)
If purchasing on site and workshops/symposium only $1.00.

Click here to order




Missouri House Rep. Chrissy Sommer (R-106 St. Charles) and NASW Missouri Chapter have been working to expand Missouri's legislative definition of Service Dog to better serve our citizens in House Bill 1369 and House Bill 2031Click here for a one-page educational resource on ADA's Service Dog Requirements 


Capitol Connection Chat Conference Call Program

The NASW Missouri Chapter Government Relations Committee would like to invite our members to participate in a new state capitol connection chat.  The chapter will host along with Penman & Winton Consulting Firm, Jefferson City, (chapter lobbying firm) a bi-monthly (twice a month) conference call regarding the 2018 legislative session in Jefferson City and NASW Missouri Chapter priorities. 

The next Capitol Connection Chat Conference Call will be this Friday, March 9, 2018 at 3:30 pm to 4:00 pm. This Program is for NASW-Missouri Chapter MEMBERS ONLY. If you are interested in participating, please reply to for the call in information.  

We look forward to getting our members involved with the 2018 Legislative Session and giving our issues for the profession and our clients a voice.



   2018 Spring CE Series 

January - June workshops now available on our website

 CE Calendar!


to view the catalog click the image


NASW Members receive discounts on NASW-MO
Chapter workshops. 
To join NASW for member discounts and other National and Missouri Chapter benefits -
Click here



 99th General Assembly
2018 Legislative Session


Click here for more information and updates throughout the legislative session.




    Social Work Licensure Examination
Where Do I Start Studying?

NASW-Missouri Chapter
1-Day Licensure Exam Prep Course

98% Passage Rate



May 25 - Jefferson City

June 8 - Kansas City

June 29 - St. Louis


Take the online course, anytime at your convenience. 

Stressed student doing her homework Stock Photo - 10248714






The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services last week released a report highlighting accomplishments from 2017. The report provides a synopsis of the tremendous scope of activities at HHS and the actions the department took last year, under President Trump, to enhance and protect the health and well-being of the American people. 

I encourage you to look over the report and note the progress in areas that affect your organization.
Key highlights include:
•         HHS provided over $800 million to communities to help fight the opioids crisis.
•         The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved more than 1,000 generic drugs – the most in a single year in FDA history.
•         HHS finalized a proposal to change reimbursement for Medicare Part B drugs purchased through the 340B program that could save seniors on Medicare up to $3.2 billion in co-pays over ten years.
•         70 regulatory actions were withdrawn and 68 more withdrawals were suggested in the fall 2017 Unified Agenda.
•         The Office of Inspector General (OIG) brought 1,106 criminal and civil actions and recovered close to $3.1 billion for HHS programs and victims.
The report is also available here: 




Through our Missouri membership's collective voice, NASW has dared to be professional leaders!




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National Association of Social Workers - Missouri Chapter

P.O. Box 2043 | Jefferson City, Missouri 65102-2043
Phone:  573-635-6965 | Fax:  573-635-6728 | E-mail:

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