Upcoming CEU Opportunities

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Please join us for Kentucky NASW’s Courageous Conversations lunch-time presentation Topic: Mental Health and Disaster Response with Shannon O’Neill, MSW, LSW Regional Recovery Manager American Red Cross | Central and Southern Ohio Region Shannon O’Neill is the Regional Recovery Manager for the Central and Southern Ohio Region of the American Red Cross. She earned her MSW from the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis and her BSW at Xavier University. She has worked with the Red Cross since 2015 and has focused her expertise in the recovery phases of disaster response, including the services of casework, disaster mental health, health services, and spiritual care. She serves in a local capacity but also deploys to assist larger disasters including the Marshall Fire in Colorado and Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Prior to the Red Cross Shannon has worked in case management serving formerly homeless adults with mental health diagnoses, international education programs, and conducted a research project on community trauma response in the Dheisheh refugee camp in Palestine.

PLEASE EMAIL BRENDA TO GET THE ZOOM LINK:  brosen.naswky@socialworkers.org

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Advocacy for Thriving Communities


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Join Thrive-KY for updates on state and federal policies that impact the health and well-being of Kentuckians. Speakers will discuss how to advocate for a stronger safety net through public assistance programs designed to support thriving communities.
This 2-hour session with cover:

  • Important updates on the economy, Medicaid, KCHIP, SNAP, housing, transportation, childcare, public health, behavioral health, and suicide prevention.
  • New tools available to assist community members with meeting basic needs.
  • Rules for nonpartisan voter registration and education.
  • Tips on being a more effective advocate in your community.

Events go from 10am-12pm local time with opportunities happening across the state from July 12th-Nov 1st

See the Full Agenda and Register Today!

Email Amy for details: amy@kyvoicesforhealth.org


Using Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) to Support Clients in COVID-19 Vaccine Decision Making

This interactive training will introduce motivational interviewing (MI) and Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT), and how these evidence-based modalities can be effectively deployed to help guide collaborative conversations with clients about COVID-19 vaccine decision-making.

The training is provided through Connect to End COVID-19, an initiative of NASW Kentucky, the NASW Foundation and the University of Texas at Austin Steve Hicks School of Social Work, with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Note: The training will not be recorded. CEUs are only issued for completion of entire training.

5 Complimentary CEHs
For more information and registration, please email brosen.naswky@socialworkers.org


The APA has this to offer:  https://apa.content.online/catalog/product.xhtml?eid=15132


The recording of the Medicare webinar national did last Monday is now available on-demand, here,

The recording is available free of charge to NASW members. Please feel free to share.

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