Margaret Craig, LCSW
Margaret has a BSW and MSW from the University of Kansas, and over 20 years experience in the fields of health care and mental health. Prior to joining Social Work p.r.n., she worked for Hyland Behavioral Health System as Clinical Supervisor for Outpatient Psychiatric Services. She joined Social Work p.r.n. in 1993 as the Coordinator of the St. Louis office and has been coordinator for the Denver Office since 2006. For more information about services or employment opportunities, call 303.708.8650 or email at email@example.com.
3600 South Yosemite, Ste. 370
Denver, Colorado 80237
Licensure for Colorado
Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies
Division of Registrations
1560 Broadway, Suite 1350
Denver, Colorado 80202
Not finding your location/city and want to explore temporary or permanent social work opportunities? Please contact Margaret Craig at 303.708.8650 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. On occasion, we have available work outside of local office areas.
Beginning January 2011, the Association of Social W ork Boards will reflect changes in the Bachelors, Masters, and Clinical exams. For more information visit: www.aswb.org.
Mental Health America of Colorado has a Pro Bono Outreach Program and is seeking trained mental health practicioners to volunteer to accept pro bono referrals into their private practices. These volunteer practicioners would provide short term mental health services to the underserved. For more information on the program visit: www.mhacolorado.org
New resource for family caregivers. Caregiving presents considerable challenges-physical, emotional and economic. Emblem Health and the National Alliance for Caregiving have an updated resource for family caregivers. To view this booklet visit:
The Social Work Registry provides a repository for social workers' credential information while serving as a verification source for social work licensing boards. This is a great resource for social workers who want to become licensed in various jurisdictions. The Registry lets you establish a permanent file containing primary source records important to your social work career. At your request, this information can be transmitted to any regulatory board to which you may apply for licensure. For more information go to www.aswb.org/registry.shtml
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Contact www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com for more information.
National Association of Social Workers(NASW)
Office of Ethics and Professional Review(OEPR)
As a service to members, the OEPR provides ethics consultations for current NASW members. Ethic consultations are a resource for members who are experiencing an ethical dilemma. We do not provide advice or tell members what to do. However, we do guide them through the Code and point them to the areas of the Code that address their concerns. We provide dialogue and considerations that allow members to make ethical decisions. We may also refer members to the appropriate areas if their questions do not appear to be related to ethics but are more related to legal issues or standards of practice.
Hours & Contact Info:
10:00am - 1:00pm (EST) ext. 231
1:00pm - 4:00pm (EST) ext. 231
To join NASW, please log onto www.socialworkers.org and click on JOIN!
Staffing is a growing industry and Social Work p.r.n. pioneered social work staffing over 20 years ago. We continue to be a leader in Social Work boutique staffing services nationwide.