Rural Child Social Workers Offer Pandemic Perspective

National Rural Health Association: Rural Health Voices | Susan Radcliffe & Daniel Pollack

“Like never before, COVID-19 has forced rural child welfare social workers to be versatile and multifaceted. We adapt and improvise, often running on the fuel of commitment to our communities and the families we serve.”

Small, rural communities may not be hit as hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, social workers in these areas face unique challenges because their connections to the community are often much deeper. This blog from the National Rural Health Association dives into and offers advice for new struggles that rural social workers may be experiencing.

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