The Social Work Interstate Licensure Compact
An interstate compact is a legal contract (in the form of State Legislation) between two or more states/territories that would enable social workers to practice in each other’s jurisdiction, giving members of the profession more license mobility. The Council of State Governments (CSG) is overseeing development of the compact, the Association of Social Work Boards is the lead, and NASW and the Clinical Social Work Association (CSWA) are partners.
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