Every baby, every family supported with competent and compassionate care

The NAPSW is a group of social workers who help individuals, families, and communities respond to psychosocial issues that emerge during the period from pre-pregnancy through an infants first year of life

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Innovative Program Award

Applications are now being accepted for the Nation...

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Register TODAY for the 2024 Annual Conference, which will be held in Seattle, WA from April 17 - 20t...

NAPSW 2024 Seattle Conference - Full Brochure Now Available

The FULL CONFERENCE BROCHURE for our upcoming Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington, is now avail...

NAPSW Winter 2024 Forum Is Here!

In this issue: From the President  Nominations Conference Information Maternal Health Dispa...

Accepting Applications for NAPSW Innovative Programs / Research Grant

The National Association of Perinatal Social Workers invites applications for the Innovation Program...

National Maternal Mental Health Hotline

The National Maternal Mental Health Hotline has been changed. It is now: 1-833-TLC-MAMA (1-833-852...

NAPSW's 2024 Annual Conference will be held in Seattle, Washington from April 17-20, 2024. Our FULL CONFERENCE BROCHURE is now available, and includes information on our Night Out event at the iconic Pike Place Market! Registration opens FEBRUARY 7th and runs through April 16. Register early for the best price. We look forward to seeing you in Seattle! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

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Members have access to the Forum, NAPSW's publication that contains articles to improve practice, share information and highlight important NAPSW happenings. Back issues are also available.

Award for Excellence

NAPSW established the Award for Excellence in Perinatal Social Work in 1988 to recognize a member for outstanding clinical achievement in the field of perinatal social work as well as contributions to NAPSW.

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