Practice Councils & Networks
NASW Oregon Chapter Practice Councils are recognized as member-initiated groups based on a practice specialty, social issue, or other area of interest, that wish to meet regularly to plan organized activities, programs or services on behalf of NASW Oregon Chapter. Peer Groups/Networks are less formal member-initiated groups that wish to meet regularly for the sole purpose of networking.
Click on the links below to find out more about the following opportunities for getting involved. Council/Network members must be NASW members in good standing.
A peer network for members in aging practice settings to plan events, network, share ideas, referrals and resources.
A peer network for members to network and share policies and procedures related to social work practice in rural settings and provide regular CE opportunities.
A standing body of the NASW Oregon Chapter. Committed to furthering issues of diversity, inclusion, social justice, and competency in the mental health and addiction treatment service systems.
Private Practice Network
Interested in Establishing a New Practice Council or Network?