ADVOCACY RESOURCES & resolution statements
SSWAA has joined other educational and public health organizations in an open letter to Congress published in USA Today to put an end to gun violence. We stand united in our advocacy efforts to address the damaging impact of gun violence in our communities.
#EndGunViolence #AdvocacyMatters #SchoolSocialWork
SSWAA signs on with the national K-12 education community, including school superintendents, administrators, educators, school mental health providers, school staff and parents, calling on Congress to swiftly pass legislation that will address the senseless epidemic of gun violence in this country.
responding to tragedy and violence prevention
School Safety: The School Social Work Role in Violence Prevention
SSWAA has created several tools to assist in your advocacy efforts such as a toolkit for State School Social Work Leaders and State School Social Work Associations.
Over the years, SSWAA has developed numerous Resolution Statements to address issues of importance to School Social Workers at the local, state and national levels.
Click on title for Complete Statement. Please feel free to use in your own advocacy efforts! If you are interested in developing or updating SSWAA Resolution Statements or your state already has a Resolution Statement that you would like to share, please contact us.
School Social Workers and the Privacy of Minors (Updated 9/2022)