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Social Work & Immigration: A Community Conversation (1 Free CE)
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When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019
From 7-8:30pm
Where: Oakland University - 104 Mathematics and Science Center
146 Library Dr
Rochester Hills, Michigan  48309
United States
Contact: Algeria Wilson

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Social Work & Immigration: A Community Conversation (1 Free CE)


Wednesday, November 13, 2019 | 7pm to 8:30pm

Oakland University - 104 Mathematics and Science Center (146 Library Dr, Rochester Hills)

1 Free Social Work CE for social workers. Register at


Social workers from across Michigan are invited to attend this Region 8 Town Hall to discuss current immigration issues impacting our communities and how social workers can get involved. Local social workers will discuss how they are currently working with immigrant communities and regional resources. An overview of current issues surrounding immigrant community including legal barriers will be explored.


Social workers are invited to bring their resources, questions, and policy concerns. There will be time for open discussion and networking.


This event is a partnership between NASW-Michigan and Oakland University’s Social Work Program.



  • Christine Sauve, LMSW, Director, Welcoming Michigan. Welcoming Michigan is part of a national, grassroots-driven collaborative that utilizes a completely new approach to immigrant integration. We partner with community-based organizations and local governments to engage longtime and U.S.-born residents in creating a more welcoming environment for immigrants and refugees. With offices in Detroit & Kalamazoo, Welcoming Michigan is a statewide project.
  •  Abby Segal, LMSW. Social worker currently working with Southeast Michigan immigrant communities by providing assessments for court reports and testifying in court.
  • Algeria Wilson, MSW. Director of Public Policy, NASW-Michigan. NASW is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more than 120,000 members. NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies. Algeria will discuss some of NASW-Michigan’s policy goals and what social workers can do to get involved in legislative advocacy initiatives. 

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