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Thank You 2021 Sponsors
​and Exhibitors!


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The Renfrew Center of Orlando

Senior Care Authority

Walden University

The Center for Health Equity

Founded in 1939 and located in beautiful Kent, CT, High Watch is the nation’s first recovery center founded on the principles of the Twelve Steps.

High Watch Recovery Center
Palm Point Behavioral Health

Mom’s Meals is a leading provider of fully-prepared, refrigerated meals delivered direct to homes nationwide. We provide programs for long-term service and support, chronic care, post-discharge care and self-pay individuals. 

Barry University School of Social Work

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2021 Virtual Conference.  We hope it met your professional development goals.

CEs and Certificates of Attendance:

​NASW-FL will report your CEs if you are a FL licensed clinical social worker,  marriage & family therapist and/or a mental health counselor. You will need 
to self-report if you have an out-of-state license.

Certificates of Attendance were sent electronically and CEs were reported.  If you are missing a certificate, please contact us or call 1-800-352-6279

Click here for the 2021 Virtual Conference Program

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NASW-Endorsed Liability Insurance is the most comprehensive protection for social workers against the many threats of a malpractice lawsuit.  Visit to learn more.

Right Services at the Right Time


The Right Service at the Right Time is a statewide website designed to connect Florida residents with social services and government assistance. RSRT is targeted to help the working poor, homeless, and jobless.

The Center for Health Equity’s  mission is to facilitate improvements in health care delivery and health outcomes in order to eliminate health disparities. The Center provides education and supportive services including behavioral health to address poor health and poor birth outcomes. The Center operates the Gadsden Federal Healthy Start Project, partners with an extensive network of agencies, and is staffed by a team of social workers/clinicians, nurses, nutritional health and wellness specialists, evaluators, and public health professionals. The Center has a long history of working with minority groups and a proven track record of successfully reshaping systems of care in rural counties and other communities to maximize limited resources. 

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Social Workers are Essential

2021 Virtual Conference 
June 17 - 19, 2021