Portland State University. School of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Native American Social Work Symposium (1977 : Portland Oregon), Indians of North America -- Social work with
1 online resource (67 p.)
The inconsistencies of the state and federal policy toward Native populations and additionally those inconsistencies within the two governments themselves, require the maintenance of Indian and Alaskan Native organizations with sophisticated mechanisms developed to advocate “reforms” in Indian services to meet unique Indian needs.
Indian and Alaskan Native social workers invariably find themselves at the confluence of client service provision and surviving the extension of policies available to them from resource allocators for the purpose of service provision. In order to approach this dilemma, the Native American Social Work Symposium, held in May of 1977, convened on the basis of three purposes: To provide a conferencing situation with Indian and Alaskan Native social workers and non-Indian social workers who primarily provide social welfare services to Indians, to address specific problems involving the provision of social welfare services, and to present a series of concurrent workshops to provide specific training curriculum pertaining to Native social service concerns.
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Stone, Lou, "Native American Social Work Symposium : an evaluation" (1978). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2821.