National Association of Social Workers Honors Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County

National Association of Social Workers Honors Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County

San Bernardino

Recently, the Inland Empire Region, California Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) was proud to recognize and honor the Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County with the Community Agency of the Year Award. For more than 60 years, the non-profit Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County has worked with and on behalf of low-income people throughout the region providing support, advocacy, and empowerment toward the goals of self-reliance and economic stability. Each March, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) celebrates the month as “Social Work Month” and hosts an event to recognize and award a special individual Social Worker, a Social Work Educator, or an exemplary Social Service Agency/Organization during an Annual Dinner Celebration. This year’s event was held Sunday, March 10th at Kaiser-Permanente’s Palm Court offices in Fontana.  For more information about the Inland Empire Region, California Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers visit https://www.naswca.org/page/122.  To learn more about the good works of the Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County visit https://www.capsbc.org/. 

Patricia Nichols-Butler, CEO, Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County Recipient, NASW Community Agency of the Year Award.

Dr Lee-Johnson with attending students from Cal-Baptist, Riverside.

 

Header Photo: Linda Sewerbridges-Williams and several NASW members & guests.

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