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Founded in 1955, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more than 120,000 members. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies.


2017 Morgantown and Charleston One-day Fall CE Workshops Archives


Social Work Ethics and Veterans/Military Families Mental Health CE Hours:
Regular West Virginia Licensed Social Workers are required to earn one hour of Social Work Ethics before each license renewal. Regular West Virginia Licensed Social Workers and many other WV licensed health professionals are required to earn two hours of behavioral health aspects in serving veterans and/or military families before each license renewal. There are several ways for licensed Social Workers to satisfy these requirements. Learn more

CE Information

WV Social Workers:
Up to 5.5 contact hours approved. Certified Provider #490013.
Mail the completed form with your license renewal application to:
WVBSWE, PO Box 5459, Charleston, WV 25361
Fax: (304) 400-4976
Phone: (304) 400-4980

Ohio Social Workers:
Up to 5.5 contact hours approved by the NASW Ohio Chapter, Provider #333350-042617. Obtain conference official signature prior to leaving.
Mail or fax a copy of this form to NASW WV within 30 days to:
NASW-WV, 1608 Virginia St. E., Charleston, WV 25311
Fax: 304 720-3766

WV Addiction/ Prevention Professionals:
Up to 5.5 contact hours approved. Institutional Provider #AP07-100 recognized by the WV Cert. Board for Addictions and Prevention Professionals.

WV Professional Nurses:
Up to 5.4 credit hours approved (does not include SW Ethics). NASW WV is provider #WV2012-0580RN recognized by the WV Board of Registered Professional Nurses. Have your CE form signed, then contact our office for a certificate if this form does not suffice.