Resources for Social Workers

The following links are offered as a resource to social workers in Saskatchewan. This is not an exhaustive list but may provide you with useful places to start if you are looking for information related to social work practice, social issues, social work education and continuing education, or other like-minded organizations. If you have suggestions for other links that we should add or if you find a link on the page that is not working, please contact us at ed.registrar.sasw@accesscomm.ca .


Social Work Organizations/Associations

Provincial Social Work Organizations

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National/International Social Work Organizations

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Associations based on Fields of Practice

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Social Work Education

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Continuing Education/Professional Development

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On-line MSW programs (Areas of Specialization)

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  First Nations/Indigenous Resources

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Information on Social/Practice Issues Child Welfare/Children’s Issues

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Family Violence

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Health/Mental Health Resources

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Poverty Resources

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Workplace Bullying

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  Policy Organizations

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International Links

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Free On-Line Journals

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Practice Guidelines The following links are to resources produced by other organizations and therefore do not necessarily reflect SASW Standards of Practice. However, they are added to this list as they may provide useful information for deciding how to proceed on matters not specifically addressed in the SASW Standards. They should be used only as part of a larger decision-making process including reviewing literature, consultation with experts, etc.

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Social work and social media

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General Social Work Sites

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Employment Opportunities

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Records Storage

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Grant Writing

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Advocacy & Social Action

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