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March is Social Worker Month

March is Social Worker Month

Social Workers are the largest group of human services professionals in the United States. Social Work has facilitated some of the most profound, positive changes in our society over the past century, including voting rights, improved workplace safety, minimum wage and social safety net programs that help prevent poverty and hunger.

State of New Hampshire social workers, including our DHHS colleagues, are dedicated to enhancing the well-being of our families, elderly, veterans, mentally ill and many other vulnerable groups. They work to meet the basic needs of all people. Their tireless efforts play a crucial role in improving the well-being of our citizens, changing futures and helping our state become a better place to live.

Please join the Employee Assistance Program in celebrating New Hampshire’s social workers during the month of March.

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