Free Ethics Consultations FOR NASW MEMBERS
The Office of Ethics and Professional Review (OEPR) provides individual ethics consultations as a benefit of NASW membership. Ethic consultations are a resource for members who encounter ethical dilemmas and/or have ethics related questions. Consultation services are intended to guide members through the applicable standards in the Code along with other pertinent considerations and resources that address their concerns and allows them to make reasoned ethical decisions. While we can discuss ethical issues, we cannot provide definitive answers for a particular situation or make decisions for members.
Ethics consultation telephone calls are answered on a first come first served basis and are not pre-scheduled. If you call during consultation hours and receive a voice-mail response, we request your patience as we complete earlier member calls, Please leave a brief message clearly stating your name and contact number and we will return your call. Due to the high call volume, we ask that you allow 24 hours for a return call.
Hours & Contact Info
Mondays 1:00pm – 4:00pm (ET)
Tuesdays 10:00am – 1:00pm (ET)
Wednesdays 1:00pm – 4:00pm (ET)
Thursdays 10:00am – 1:00pm (ET)
If you have suggestions for sites, please e-mail them to the Chapter for consideration.
NASW Assurances Trust http://www.naswassurance.org
Register of Clinical Social Workers http://www.socialworkers.org/register/default.asp
NASW Membership Benefits http://www.socialworkers.org/join.asp
Licensing Test Preparation Resources *Not endorsed by NASW
Alaska Social Work Education Programs
Council on Social Work Education
SR Education Group's Complete Guide to Online Social Work Programs
NASW's Ethical Dilemma of the Month
Ordering Multiple Copies of the NASW Code of Ethics
Order NASW Law Notes Series Publications
NASW's Legal Issue of the Month
NASW Insurance Trust's PRACTICE POINTERS
World Wide Web Resources for Social Workers
Influencing State Policy
Fundraiser - Cell Phone Collection
Wherever you work, whomever you serve, NASW is committed to being your best connection for ideas, information, quality resources and colleagues to enhance your social work practice and improve Alaska.
NASW Code of Ethics
NASW members agree to abide by standards of the Code of Ethics, which embodies the fundamental values of the social work profession.
[ Code of Ethics ]
Social Work Licensure in Alaska
Multi-level licensing and title protection legislation in Alaska regulates the practice of all professional social workers by licensing at the bachelor's, master's and clinical levels. A long established priority of the NASW Alaska Chapter, licensure establishes standards for the practice of social work, provides consumer protection for clients and gives social work recognition as a unique and specialized profession in Alaska.
[ Licensure ]
Social Work Practice Standards
This section includes information on NASW Clinical Practice Standards and resources to support the highest quality social work practice.
[ Standards ]
Employment information, current job opportunities and resources for social workers are offered.
[ Job Postings ]
Additional Resources for Social Workers
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National Association of Social Workers - Alaska Chapter
PO Box 2043
Jefferson City, MO 65102
Phone: +1 907 332-6279
Fax: +1 573 635 6728
Please call between 0600 and 1300 AKST.
Please see Special Announcement from Board
The next meeting of the Board of Directors is TBD. Please click the link below to contact your regional representatives for details on how to participate.
The next Licensing Board meeting is on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 by teleconference 907.465.2551. Originating at SOB, 333 Willoughby Ave, 9th Floor, Conf Room C, Juneau.
Call the listed number above for more information before 4pm on May 22.