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Social workers advocate on behalf of individuals and larger systems to increase equity and access to resources such as housing, food, and health services. Our profession was established around the principles of  social justice and one of the cores of our Code of Ethics is that we challenge social injustice with and on behalf of vulnerable and oppressed individuals and groups of people.  

Legislative Contacts

Vermont Legislative Resources

Vermont NASW wants to keep our members updated on current legislative issues.  Please join us for our Legislative Committee meetings the third Thursday of the month at noon on Zoom.  Zoom link is in the Events Calendar.

Learn what NASW National has for legislative priorities and how you can get involved in policy at the National level.

NASW Social Work Advocacy Resources:

  • Social Justice Priorities
  • School Social Work Advocacy
  • TANF Reauthorization
  • News From the Hill

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