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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  • indigenous social work committee

    Addressing issues to improve the lives of Indigenous peoples

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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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  • pat roles BCASW helps us educate those who do not have a clear idea of social work education, role and scope of practice. The affiliation with fellow social workers helps to support our profession and promote professional practice. A BCASW member since 1980, being involved with the mentorship program is part of my commitment to give back to the profession.
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