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Thursday, March 7, 2013

March is Social Work Month

Nationwide, social workers are celebrating their profession this month, and Debra, KADEP's Licensed Social Worker, is celebrating along with them!

This year's theme for social work month is "Weaving the Threads of Resilience and Advocacy." 

A Nation’s Fabric Our national fabric is comprised of many diverse lives. It is vibrant and strong because it has been woven from the stories of people from every continent into a compelling narrative of struggle, renewal, and success.  Each thread helps make a brilliant tapestry that continues to be the envy of the world.
Stronger Safety Nets Resilience and determination alone cannot overcome all crises, but weaving those strengths with targeted advocacy often can. The Social Work profession has a distinguished history of not only providing social safety nets to the most vulnerable, but also challenging systems that impede social mobility.
Positive Futures Stories of hope in the face of tragedy share a common theme: better times are ahead.  Illness, loss, abuse, and poverty shape our lives in profound ways, but how we learn to deal with each circumstance can determine how much those experiences define our limitations—or our opportunities.   

Join Debra and  the 650,000 social workers across the country in celebrating the positive futures and stories of hope that fuel our communities. Click here if you want to learn more about what social workers do!

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