About BCASW


  • about us

    BCASW is the voice of Social Work in British Columbia

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  • bcasw code of ethics

    Read the eleven principles of BC’s Code of Ethics here

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  • seniors community of practice

    Knowledge sharing for those with an interest working with seniors

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  • health committees

    Advancing the practice of Health Care Social Work

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  • multicultural and antiracism committee

    Advocating services for a multi-ethnic and multi-racial society

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  • child welfare committee

    Addressing child welfare and family policy, practice and trends

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  • pacific social work foundation

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  • mental health & addictions

    A forum to post documents and participate in virtual discussions

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  • other bcasw committees

    BCASW invites you to participate in or develop other committees

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  • board and branch representatives

    A list of our provincial Board and Branch Representatives

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  • annual general meeting

    Read the Annual Report

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  • advocacy

    Advocacy tools and

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  • fiona lewis BCASW membership keeps me in touch with the profession and other social workers. Membership enables me to advocate for clients without worrying about whether my employer will be negatively impacted. A strong professional association informs the public about what social workers do and how we can make a difference.