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CSSWA promotes the profession of school social work in Colorado to enhance the social emotional growth and academic outcomes of all students.

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What We Do

 

Educate & Advocate

Educate the community, school administrators, and legislators in the vital role and services of School Social Workers through dialogue, pamphlets, website, visibility strategies and lobbying.

Professional Development

Teach colleagues about advances in the field, issues and programs available, through the publication of newsletters and the development of an annual regional conferences.

Build Partnerships

Support the School Social Work profession through representation and association with local, state and national educational, mental health, and child welfare entities.

Networking

Network with School Social Workers and other mental health professionals across Colorado to provide support, information sharing, profession building and communication around significant issues.

New SSW Training

Train new Social Workers in the skills needed to be a School Social Worker, and increase their awareness of this career path by offering School Social Work classes and field placement opportunities through the area MSW programs.

Support Visibility

Support increased visibility of the profession by demonstrating the skills and services that School Social Workers bring to the schools in assisting all children to learn and reach their potential, and in facilitating the National Education goals.

Educate & Advocate

Educate the community, school administrators, and legislators in the vital role and services of School Social Workers through dialogue, pamphlets, website, visibility strategies and lobbying.

Professional Development

Teach colleagues about advances in the field, issues and programs available, through the publication of newsletters and the development of an annual regional conferences.

Build Partnerships

Support the School Social Work profession through representation and association with local, state and national educational, mental health, and child welfare entities.

Networking

Network with School Social Workers and other mental health professionals across Colorado to provide support, information sharing, profession building and communication around significant issues.

New SSW Training

Train new Social Workers in the skills needed to be a School Social Worker, and increase their awareness of this career path by offering School Social Work classes and field placement opportunities through the area MSW programs.

Support Visibility

Support increased visibility of the profession by demonstrating the skills and services that School Social Workers bring to the schools in assisting all children to learn and reach their potential, and in facilitating the national education goals.

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Latest News

Voting Is Social Work – NASW-CO Video

Voting Is Social Work – NASW-CO Video

VOTING IS SOCIAL WORK!! Help create the change you want to see and get inspired in this short video featuring social workers by NASW-CO's Alex Cardona, BSW. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXJL_vW1_Mo&ab_channel=alexandracardona

Free NASWCO Event

Promoting Resilience and Recovery from the Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic FREE for social workers, students and allied health professionals NASWCO Chapter / 11/5/2020 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM 0 0 FREE! Register here https://rb.gy/t1ftbx for this...

Colorado Department of Education Regional Meetings

Colorado Department of Education Regional Meetings

Krista Klabo, the School Psychology Specialist Education Evaluation Specialist, will be hosting virtual regional meetings for all eight regions of the state. During this time, school based mental health professionals can learn about updates from CDE and upcoming...

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