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2014 NOFSW Annual Conference

National Organization of Forensic Social Work

Friday, July 25, 2014 at 1:00 PM - Sunday, July 27, 2014 at 5:30 PM (EDT)

2014 NOFSW Annual Conference

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
NOFSW Annual Membership Special Offer   more info Ended $75.00 $0.00
NOFSW Student Membership Special Offer   more info Ended $40.00 $0.00
Friday One-Day Registration Ended $100.00 $0.00
Saturday One-Day Registration Ended $250.00 $0.00
Sunday One-Day Registration Ended $250.00 $0.00
NOFSW Member Presenter Ended $187.50 $0.00
Non-member Presenter Ended $237.50 $14.06
Queer Justice: The Intersection of LGBTQ Issues and Criminal Justice   more info Ended Free $0.00
Optional Site Visit to the Society Social Service Board
Services include tele-visiting communication of incarcerated parents with their children, advanced senior empowerment programs, homeless women’s sheltering, soccer play for urban Hispanic children, quality schools for formerly incarcerated children, psychiatric care for disaster victims, historical education exhibits, exhibitions for homeless artists. Walking distance from Fordham University, Two West 64th Street, Suite 505.
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 21st Century Forensic Practice

In this century of changing demographics and policy and system reform, this year’s NOFSW conference will feature inter-professional learning opportunities on how to integrate cultural competence with justice in clinical, organizational, community, and policy practice.  This year’s conference will advance a new century of cultural justice, dignity, respect, and acceptance for all persons. Many forensic populations, such as racial and ethnic minorities, at-risk youth, the elderly, veterans, immigrants, LGBTQ persons, persons with disabilities, or those living in poverty or communities of violence often lack access to quality services and cultural justice. Conferences attendees will increase their knowledge, values, and skills for working with forensic populations in healthcare, social service, and legal settings, including the courts and corrections.


The conference also includes the unique opportunity for attendees to attend field visits to innovative local and global organizations that advance cultural justice, live performances of the use of the arts for healing and rehabilitation, a prison art show, and film screenings with follow-up discussions with film directors. This year’s conference presentations also will be considered for our upcoming published book of conference proceedings or eligible for publication in the Journal of Forensic Social Work.

Pre-Conference Events:

A special pre-conference cultural justice seminar: Queer Justice: The Intersection of LGBTQ Issues and Criminal Justice will feature local and national experts and include a field visit to a LGBT mental health service agency and reentry program. Date: Thursday, July 24, 2014 (8:30 am to 5 pm).

Promoting the role of social work in inter-professional and intersectoral collaboration. A Round Table Discussion with Social Work Leaders in Child Welfare, Juvenile Justice, and Criminal Justice. Friday, July 25 10 AM to 1 PM Fordham University

  • Kathleen Otte, Regional Administrator, Regions I, II and III, U.S. Administration for Community Living, “Advancing Momentum:  Social Work Leadership in Aging and Underserved Populations
  • Tina Maschi, PhD, LCSW, ACSW; Associate Professor, Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service; President, National Organization of Forensic Social Work; Executive Director, Be the Evidence Project; Fellow, New York Academy of Medicine; “Social Work Rising: Empowering Ourselves and Our Profession for a New Era of Cultural Justice

Special Participatory Forums on Social Work Empowerment and Forging 21st Century Social Work Leadership in Forensic Research, Education, and Practice/Advocacy.

University and Community Supporters:

  • American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
  • Arizona State University Office of Forensic Social Work Research and Training
  • Association for Community Organization and Social Administration
  • Be the Evidence Project, Fordham University
  • Chatham University
  • Correctional Association of New York
  • CSWE National Center for Gerontological Social Work Education
  • Rev. Marion Gambardella EmblemHealth’s Care for the Family Caregiver Program,
  • Fordham Center for Community-Engaged Research
  • Fordham University Department of Psychology
  • International Expressive Arts Therapy Association-New York Region
  • Long Island University Brooklyn Department of Social Work
  • Monmouth University School of Social Work,
  • National Advocates for Pregnant Women (New York City)
  • National Partnership to End Interpersonal Violence
  • New York Academy of Medicine Social Work Section
  • New York City Family Cargeiver Coalition
  • New York City Partnership for Family Caregiving Corps
  • School of Social Science and Human Services, Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • University of Alabama School of Social Work
  • The University of Mississippi Department of Social Work
  • University of North Carolina Charlotte Department of Social Work
  • University of Southern California Davis School of Gerontology
  • University of Southern California Tingstad Older Adult Counseling Center
  • University of Vermont Department of Social Work
  • Utah Criminal Justice Center


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Have questions about 2014 NOFSW Annual Conference? Contact National Organization of Forensic Social Work

When & Where

Fordham Univesrsity
Lincoln Center Campus
113 W. 60th Street
New York, NY 10023

Friday, July 25, 2014 at 1:00 PM - Sunday, July 27, 2014 at 5:30 PM (EDT)

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National Organization of Forensic Social Work

Mission Statement: To support the professional development of our members by

  • constructing and maintaining forensic standards and best practices
  • producing quality materials for interdisciplinary forensic education and practice
  • conducting and disseminating forensic research and scholarship
  • advocating for court-involved children, youth, adults, and families


Vision Statement: The National Organization of Forensic Social Work endeavors to advance social justice through the interprofessional collaboration of human service and legal systems.

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