The Voice of Social Work in Ontario
Differences Between Association (OASW) and College (OCSWSSW)
Why Join OASW?
OASW Key Achievements
Board of Directors
50th Anniversary 2014
Annual General Meeting 2014
How Social Workers Are Regulated
Where Social Workers Work
Social Work Education
Important Information re: Coverage of Social Work Fees (EAP, Third-Party)
Social Workers in the News
Social Work Myths
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Benefits and Services for Social Workers
Why Students Should Join OASW
Private Practice Benefits for Social Workers
Professional Liability Insurance for Social Workers
Employment for Social Workers
Psychotherapists and Counsellors in Private Practice
OASW Conference 2014
Membership Drive 2014
Renewing Your Membership
This Year's Theme
Suggestions for Agency Events
Suggestions for School Social Work Events
History of Social Work Week
Social Work Quiz
Social Work Jr. Quiz
Social workers have university degrees in social work: Bachelor
of Social Work (BSW), Master of Social Work (MSW) or Doctorate in
Social Work (PhD/DSW).
13 universities across Ontario provide professional
education for social workers.
OASW recognizes degrees from programs accredited by the Canadian
Association of Schools of Social Work and foreign degrees evaluated
as equivalent by the Canadian Association of Social Workers.
For more information on a career in social work, click on Social Work
If you need help:
Click on www.FindASocialWorker.ca to find a social worker in private practice.
To access a list of community information and referral services across Ontario, visit www.211ontario.ca.
In the Toronto area, dial "211" or visit www.211toronto.ca.