NASW-WY Annual Conference

September 26-28, 2019 - Cheyenne, Wyoming

conference session

The Wyoming Chapter hosts an annual conference in September. The location moves around the state both to accommodate our state-wide membership and to provide members and conference participants the opportunity to explore resources and interact with social workers and programs across the state.

The conference is a meeting for the entire profession focusing on professional development, physical and mental self-care, alternative practices and therapies, and issues of importance to the practice of social worker, the social work profession, and the populations served by social workers!

The 2019 NASW-WY Annual Conference
is a joint venture with the
Wyoming Counseling Association
and will be held September 26-28, 2019
in CHEYENNE, Wyoming at the Red Lion Hotel

We are currently accepting
Workshop Proposals
and seeking
Sponsors & Exhibitors

Contact the Chapter Office at
with questions.


Why Become a Sponsor?

Sponsorship is an excellent way for you to raise awareness of your products and services with interested social work and human services professionals, educators, and students. Promote your organization and differentiate your products and services from the rest of the field. Sponsorship demonstrates your commitment to strengthening and supporting the social work profession.

Why Be an Exhibitor?

Our conference participants are eager to learn about the programs, products, and resources that can assist them to better serve their client populations, communities and professional selves. Do you have an innovative product that  would be of interest to social work professionals? Does your organization provide services and programs to the client populations served by social workers? We want you to share what you have to offer as a conference exhibitor!

Who is the Audience?

Our conference attracts professional social workers, allied human services providers, social work students and faculty along with other licensed and certified mental health professions. Participants work in settings such as private practice, health care facilities, community non-profit organizations, schools and many more. They are new to the field, seasoned professionals and every where in between!