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Welcome to the Michigan Social Work Resource site,  your source for up-to-date information in the field of social work here in Michigan.

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What do you think of Michigan's 10 year plan to end homelessness?


Current Advocacy Opportunities

Testify at the House Committee on Family and Children's Services meeting on 11/29 @ 8:30. They will be discussing some of the new Work First requirements.

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News Around the State


Continuing Ed
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Democrats take the House!
The Democrats managed to take back control of the House of Representatives. The Senate control is still up in the air. Experts are saying that people came out to vote, not for the Democrats, but against President Bush and his policies on the War in Iraq. Only time will tell how this change will affect social policy in the United States. Keep your eyes and ears open and continue your advocacy.
Stabenow Wins Reelection
It's always good to see fellow social workers in office helping to create good social policy. Sen. Debbie Stabenow was able to win reelection against challenger Mike Buchard. For those of you are unaware, Debbie Stabenow is a social worker who graduated from Michigan State University. I hope that she inspires some of the rest of you social workers to run for office. The more of us in elected offices means that more social work influence can be felt throughout the states.

Do you have a social work problem? The format has changed! Join this great Yahoo Group. Talk about cases, discuss social problems, speak with other social workers, and much more.
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Students, check out our special section just for you.  This month our focus is on loan forgiveness. Several social work positions can result in your loan being forgiven.  You should always check with a loan counselor first to find out what jobs qualify.  To learn more about this, click here.
Thinking about becoming a social worker? Learn more about the profession here.


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