May 23, 2015
Our Annual Conference began in 1901 as the Missouri Conference on Corrections and Charities. It was primarily a statewide professional forum for philanthropists, government employees of human services agencies, and private charity professionals. For the first decade its activities consisted mostly of meeting once a year to discuss social problems and read papers.
Today, the Annual Conference continues to be a highly anticipated event in which hundreds of Social Justice Advocates from across the country convene to learn about and discuss social problems and possible solutions.
It is also during this time that MASW’s Annual Member Meeting takes place and when State Board Members are elected.
Thank you to everyone who attended this year's conference as either a participant, presenter exhibitor or guest speaker!
Join us next year on October 22nd and 23rd at the Holiday Inn Executive Center in Columbia, MO
Please take a moment and learn more about our exhibitors from this year!
Foothold--What we do
For Behavioral Health and Human Service providers, we provide a certified Electronic Health Record, AWARDS, that manages an agency’s data and provides flexible reporting tools to help strengthen operations at every level. AWARDS tracks virtually all types of services and offers interoperability with any other federally certified system for participation in Health Information Exchanges.
With roots and origins in social services, AWARDS is ideal for programs that include Mental Health, Alcohol & Substance Abuse, Developmental Disabilities, Homeless & Housing, Youth and Family, and more services. For more information, visit www.footholdtechnology.com.
University of Missouri School of Social Work
“The University of Missouri School of Social Work has an off-campus MSW program that allows you to earn your degree here in southeast Missouri. It’s the same accredited program as our on-campus program and it’s part-time, designed so you can continue your full-time job commitments. There are many opportunities for MSW graduates in southeast Missouri. To learn more about our program and apply online, visit us at ssw.missouri.edu.”
Wellness Research, a not-for-profit corporation, has two missions: policy research in the area of maternal & child health and wellness education; it was incorporated in Missouri in 1993 and has been recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) organization since 1995. Included in wellness education is nutritional wisdom, including the importance of fruits and vegetables; one of our fund-raisers is the promotion of JuicePlus products. www.juiceplus.com/+gp08482.