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June 2024 - Chicago District Update

Jasmine Chandy, MSW, LCSW, Chicago District Chair


Hi everyone! I’m Jasmine Chandy, the newly elected NASW-Illinois Chapter Chicago District Chair for 2024–2026. I look forward to the good work and positive change we will make together. As we transition to a new term, I’d love to hear from you! What’s going well with district communication and events? What can be improved? I am easily reached at chicago.naswil@socialworkers.org. I hope to get to know the stories, needs, suggestions, and requests of the social workers and their communities in the Chicago District. 

 

NASW-IL Chicago District Chair Jasmine Chandy, MSW, LCSW (she/her)

We are currently planning events for the year to come! Let us know topics you’d be interested in learning about or skills you hope to sharpen. We aim to ensure you get the most out of your NASW membership. You can submit ideas or requests to chicago.naswil@socialworkers.org

 

Save the Date for the Virtual NASW Chapters Conference: Nov. 7 - 8, 2024

NASW-Illinois, Nevada, and North Dakota will be co-hosting the conference this year. Registration opens in August. You can click for a reminder or learn more here. (https://www.naswil.org/conference)

 

2024 Social Work Rule Changes

The Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR) met on May 14, 2024, and approved changes made by the Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation (IDFPR) to the Administrative Code sections that apply to social work. These changes will have implications for new and existing social workers. You can read about the major changes that have taken effect here. Updates will be reflected on the NASW website in the near future. (https://www.naswil.org/post/new-2024-social-work-rule-changes-approved-for-social-work-professionals)

 

2024 Federal Requirements for IL Social Workers

At the beginning of the year, the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) went into effect, affecting the work of social workers across the United States. This new law requires certain companies (including LLCs, PLLCs, LLPs, LLLPs, and more) formed or operating in the US to report information about their beneficial owners to the US Department of Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). Learn more about the CTA, who it affects, and what you may need to do to comply in this month's NASW Legal Defense Fund article, "Corporate Transparency Act" (NASW Membership required): https://www.socialworkers.org/About/Legal-Defense-Fund/Legal-Issues/Corporate-Transparency-Act

 

Final 2024 Spring Legislative Updates

As we close out a busy spring legislative season, we’ve been posting the latest advocacy updates to the Chapter News page. To follow along with the progress on bills this session, check out the NASW-Illinois Chapter Bill Tracker


For more news, visit the NASW-Illinois Chapter News page: https://www.naswil.org/blog

 

Take good care,

Jasmine

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