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|What Are Social Work Solutions? |
Social work solutions are the set of methodologies, tools, templates, processes and functions that are used by social workers to facilitate their work in helping individuals, groups, and families overcome problems that are adversely impacting their lives.
Social workers can work in a wide variety of settings, including non-profits, hospitals, government programs, schools, shelters, and other clinical and non-clinical settings.
Social workers use solutions such as client intake forms, assessments, notes templates, case management portals, social work software, and a wide range of other types of social worker tools and solutions.
Who is Social Work Portal, the Company?
Social Work Portal provides a number of social worker resources (guides, templates, software, articles, and best practices) that enable social workers, therapists, counselors, and other social work professionals, and small-to-large global corporations and non-profits to access the solutions and tools they need for social work case management.
The Social Work Portal site is growing, and we plan to expand our offerings of social worker software, articles, guides, and free templates, so be sure to bookmark the site and check back.
Questions about Social work solutions in general? Are there certain resources and tools for social workers that would be of great help to you? Click here to contact Social Work Portal.
Please note: Social Work Portal is not a social work agency and we do not refer social workers. This site is an educational resource. Please do not send personal health information to us through our contact form, as it is not intended for this purpose.
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