Contact Us

Get in Touch

NASW is a membership association with over 150,000 members, over 7,000 of which belong to the NASW-Illinois Chapter. One of the biggest benefits of being a member of NASW is access to staff members at the NASW-Illinois Chapter office who are knowledgeable about a number of common social work questions. Due to the large amount of queries we receive and the attention we want to be able to provide our paying membership, the NASW-Illinois Chapter focuses its attention on our member queries. Consider becoming a member today to support this vital service to our membership! 

  • To read more on the benefits of becoming a member, click here.

  • To become a member now, click here.

NASW Members: For fastest response to questions, submit it to the NASW Illinois MyNASW Community.


To join the new NASW Illinois MyNASW Community:

  1. Go to:

  2. Click on the red 'Join' button, and join the conversation!


  • For our event cancellation policy, please see the event registration form or your event confirmation e-mail.

  • To request CEUs from a past NASW-IL event: All CEU certificates for NASW-Illinois Chapter courses should be sent via e-mail or mail within 45 days after the event. Need another copy of a CEU certificate? Please complete our Request for Duplicate CEU Certificate form.


To join/renew/reinstate your NASW membership or update your member profile, please contact the NASW Member Services at 800.742.4089 or

For questions about liability/malpractice insurance with NASW, go to NASW Assurance Services


The NASW-Illinois Chapter website is a wealth of free knowledge available to both members and nonmembers alike. Click the following links for information on licensure, supervision, licensure renewal, and testing/test preparation.

For more specific questions on licensing, contact the Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation (IDFPR) who ultimately approve and issue licenses and renewals for the state of Illinois. 

For questions on the licensing exam, contact the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB).



If you'd like to file an ethics violation against an Illinois social worker, please contact the Illinois Department of Professional and Financial Regulation (IDFPR), the licensing board of all Illinois licensed professions.

If your question extends beyond the provided information above, complete the form below. Please provide as full detail as possible of your question. Please note priority is placed on queries of current NASW members.


Thanks for submitting!