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Types of Social Services

Child, Family, and School Social Workers
Child, Family, and School Social Workers

Occupational Employment and Wages, May 2017 21-1021 Child, Family, and School Social Workers Provide social services and assistance to improve the social and psychological functioning of children and their families and to maximize the family well-being and the academic functioning of children.

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Criminal Justice Social Workers
Criminal Justice Social Workers

Currently, criminal justice social workers are one of the smallest social work subcategories, making up only seven percent of MSWs nationwide. A Day in the Life of a Criminal Justice Social Worker. Most criminal behavior stems from unmet social, emotional, financial, psychiatric, or developmental needs.

source: mswguide.org
Gerontological Social Workers
Gerontological Social Workers

Social workers who have earned a Master of Social Work (MSW) and are looking to establish their expertise in working with the older adult population may want to pursue additional professional credentials, such as the Clinical Social Worker in Gerontology (CSW-G) credential from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).

Gerontology Social Worker
Gerontology Social Worker

Social workers play a significant role in the field of gerontology. According to an article published in 1998 in the "Journal of Gerontological Social Work," gerontological social work focuses on maintaining and enhancing the quality of life of older adults and their families.

Medical and Health Social Workers
Medical and Health Social Workers

Healthcare social work is a specialty within the social work field. A healthcare social worker is someone who helps people access services and education related to health problems. Their goal is to have the client achieve and maintain a state of optimal health so they can function in their daily lives.

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Medical Social Workers
Medical Social Workers

What Are Medical Social Workers? Medical social workers specialize in public health, geriatric, palliative, and inpatient medical or mental health care. They work in hospitals or other specialized medical settings like nursing homes, rehabilitative care centers, or related home-care services (i.e. hospice).

source: mswguide.org
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Medical/Public Health Social Worker
Medical/Public Health Social Worker

Detailed career information for Medical and Public Health Social Workers including salary, job outlook, employment opportunities and career training programs.

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers. Mental health and substance abuse social workers work with clients who have mental conditions and/or addictions. Often it is an “and” – in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, rates of substance abuse are well above the norm.

Mental Health Social Worker
Mental Health Social Worker

A mental health social worker provides support and resources to these individuals, so they can start working on recovering from their mental disorders. Generally, a mental health social worker will provide clients with everything from counseling services to referrals to services that may benefit them.

Military and Veterans Social Work
Military and Veterans Social Work

The social worker will then write an assessment that will help you and your VA health care team make treatment plans. Crisis intervention In a crisis situation, social workers can provide counseling services to help you get through the crisis. The social worker will then help you with more long-term needs.

Military Social Workers
Military Social Workers

The Military Social Work program track is designed to complement any department and will prepare you to: Care for service members, veterans and their families who are dealing with a range of physical, mental and psychosocial issues.

source: msw.usc.edu
Palliative & Hospice Care Social Workers
Palliative & Hospice Care Social Workers

Palliative care (pronounced pal-lee-uh-tiv) is specialized medical care for people with serious illness. This type of care is focused on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious illness.

Research Social Worker
Research Social Worker

Social Work And Cancer Research. Social workers practice and conduct research in cancer-related services and concerns including treatment adherence, survivorship, caregiver issues, and cancer-related health care policy. Two recent research reports and tools are noted below.

School Social Worker
School Social Worker

The Role of a School Social Worker ... WHAT are some of the specific services that School Social Workers provide? Services to Students Services to Parents and Families. Services to School Personnel. School-Community Liaison. Services to Districts Read More. 20 Reasons Why YOU Should Become a Member of SSWAA Why join SSWAA? Well, we have 20 reasons! But, the most important is to be a part of ...

source: sswaa.org
Social Workers in Administration, Policy and Research
Social Workers in Administration, Policy and Research

This is a different side of social work. One that is quite critical, like actual practice. This article scrapes the surface of the social work administrator role, research path in social work and social work policy makers.

Veterans & Military Social Workers
Veterans & Military Social Workers

Veterans are at higher risk than the general population for several disorders, especially younger veterans (those younger than 25). Younger veterans are at increased risk for drug use disorders, alcohol abuse disorders, and mental illnesses in general.