Why might you want to explore NACSW organizational membership?
How do the staff in your organization or program integrate their faith with their work each day as they strive to fulfill your organization’s mission? • Do you wish there was a more effective way to network and share information with other Christian social service agencies, social work education programs, and church social ministries committed to serving others in need? • How can your social service organization become more visible within both the Christian community and the Christian social work profession?
If your organization believes these questions are truly important, there is a place for you.
We invite your organization to become a member of the North American Association of Christians in Social Work (NACSW) – “A Vital Christian Presence in Social Work.”
The following is a list of NACSW’s Organizational Members.
ACCESS Services, Inc. — The mission of Access Services is to empower and serve persons with cognitive, emotional and behavioral disabilities through innovative services which enable them to live rich and fulfilling lives with positive family and community relationships.
Azusa Pacific University Dept. of Social Work — The Bachelor of Social Work program seeks to develop competent generalist social work practitioners who can apply the knowledge, values, and skills of social work, while integrating a Christian perspective, in order to enhance the well-being of diverse individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities, advancing social justice locally and globally. The Master of Social Work program develops competent advanced social work practitioners who can integrate the knowledge, values, and skills of social work to advance social justice and provide services to assist individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Andrews University Dept of Social Work — Focusing on individuals, groups, and entire populations from a strengths-based, solution-focused approach, the profession of social work pursues social justice and personal empowerment by drawing on human strength and individual faith experiences. The Social Work Department of Andrews University offers you the tools you’ll need to make an impact.
Asbury University-MSW Program — The foundation for the social work department at Asbury University is our belief that all people are called to a restored relationship of whole-hearted love for God, which will always be demonstrated socially in loving our neighbors wherever they are found, locally, nationally and globally.
Bethany Christian Services — Manifests the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by protecting and enhancing the lives of children and families through quality social services.
Bethlehem Tertiary Institute — Located in New Zealand, Bethlehem Tertiary Institute (BTI) provides high quality biblically-based diplomas, degrees and graduate diploma qualifications in teaching, counselling and social work. BTI also offers a Postgraduate Diploma of Professional Practice and a Master of Professional Practice qualification, as well as professional Ddevelopment workshops.
Bridgeway Community Church — The Care & Compassion department exists to facilitate partnerships that move people forward while equipping one another to bring the wholeness of Jesus to a broken world. Bridgeway is a scripture-soaked, spirit-led community expectantly seeking transformation into our identity in Jesus.
California Baptist University Master of Social Work Program — CBU’s Master of Social Work is designed for individuals who wish to make a difference in the lives of those with the greatest need. Students benefit from a faith-integrated curriculum based on Christian principles and faculty dedicated to student mentorship.
Campbellsville University Carver School of Social Work and Counseling — Campbellsville University established its first program of social work in 1974. The Carver School of Social Work Program was sold to Campbellsville by Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS) in Louisville, Kentucky in 1997, and was accredited by CSWE in 2001.
Charles Hall Youth Services — The mission of Charles Hall Youth Services is to assist at-risk youth in making a successful transition from troubled adolescence to mature adulthood. Our goal is for today’s at-risk teens to discover their innate strengths, develop life skills and become emotionally resilient so that tomorrow’s generation of youth live in healthier families with viable community supports.
Christian Adoption Services — The mission of Christian Adoption Services is to to “Build God’s Kingdom by connecting vulnerable children with Christian families.”
Christian Community Health Fellowship — Christian Community Health Fellowship is a community of Christian healthcare professionals who are committed to living out the gospel through healthcare among the poor. What we have in common is that we consider our careers and training in healthcare as a missional calling to serve Christ.
Concordia University Wisconsin Social Work Department — Do you have a heart for social justice and helping those in need? Congratulations. You have what it takes to change the world and be a social worker. We need people like you! People with both zeal and compassion are uncommon and have what it takes to create change and make a difference in the world . This an opportunity to use your God-given gifts to serve God and the world, and have a fulfilling career.
Christian Family Services Inc — Christian Family Services is an adoption agency, licensed as a Child Placing Agency in South Carolina. We join with other agencies, organizations, and individuals in South Carolina who are concerned with providing positive alternatives to abortion, assisting those in crisis pregnancies, and assisting those seeking adoption services.
George Fox University School of Social Work — George Fox provides an education that helps students grow academically, professionally and spiritually. Since our founding in 1891, we’ve made the integration of faith and learning central to our mission as a Christian college. The mission of George Fox University’s School of Social Work Masters Program is to prepare graduates for worldwide leadership and service as social work professionals who integrate the values, knowledge, and skills of social work with the highest competence and ethical integrity within public and private human service organizations, faith communities, and religiously affiliated agencies.
Global Child Advocates — Global Child Advocates strives to strengthen the layers of protection around children to prevent abuse, trafficking and institutionalization as we empower justice through education and advocacy. Our teams have been engaging marginalized communities in Thailand since 2009 to keep families together. Our global initiative is aimed at giving more orphaned and vulnerable children the opportunity to thrive in families.
Hannah House Maternity Home — Hannah House is a comprehensive residential program for pregnant women and teenagers. We provide a safe home environment where clients’ babies can grow and learn. The residents of Hannah House receive case management services to address their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Hope Initiatives CDC Inc — The mission of Hope Initiatives is to restore lives damaged by incarceration, substance abuse, and poverty through employment, job training, encouragement, spiritual guidance and HOPE!
Indiana Wesleyan University Social Work Program — The mission of Indiana Wesleyan University’s Social Work program is to equip students to enhance human well- being and to meet basic human needs. Our students gain first-hand knowledge regarding individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations and how to best serve them. IWU offers over 80 online degrees & has 16 regional Education Centers located throughout Indiana, Kentucky & Ohio.
Johnson C Smith University — Do you want to make the world a better place for those in need? Social workers provide hope and human necessities to those who need it most. In our nationally accredited program, you’ll be able to make a change in your community, serving the elderly, families and children.
Liberty University Dept of Social Work — Liberty’s Department of Social Work prepares you to offer healing hope to individuals, families, and communities both nationally and internationally. Equipped with the tools to succeed and the conviction to make a difference, our graduates will work to improve communities and organizations, helping people build better lives.
Lifeline Children’s Services — For over 30 years, Lifeline Children’s Services has offered a complete range of adoption services to both birthparents, as well as to prospective adoptive families.
Lipscomb University – Social Work — From life’s beginning to its end, from the first cry to the last smile, social workers touch the world…and Christian social workers touch the world for God. The mission of the social work program is to prepare students to touch the world for God as competent, compassionate generalist social workers who exhibit Christ-likeness through interpersonal sensitivity, sacrificial service, academic excellence, professional passion and personal integrity.
Lourdes University — The Lourdes University Social Work program directs and monitors the education and training of students, providing the knowledge, values and skills necessary to engage in generalist social work practice. In teaching students to view ethnic, sexual, racial identity and differing abilities from a culturally competent, strengths-based perspective, graduates are prepared to serve at-risk populations, advocate for human rights and social justice, engage in critical thinking, evaluate practice research, and examine personal values and professional ethics.
New Song Mission — New Song Mission exists to rebuild the lives of orphaned, fatherless, and impoverished children so that they will feel loved and become equipped to fulfill God’s wonderful purpose for their lives. New Song cares for children in a safe and nurturing campus community environment, helping the kids to live healthy lives—physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. New Song receives children whose parents are unable to care for them due to the parents’ death, abandonment, incarceration, drug or alcohol addictions, psychological problems, or other debilitative issues. New Song receives children directly from their caregivers, rather than receive placements from the county or state, offering them a loving home until they transition into college, a trade school, or a career.
Northwest Nazarene University — Northwest Nazarene University is a Christian comprehensive university with a liberal arts philosophy of education. The essential mission of the university is the development of Christian character within the philosophy and framework of genuine scholarship.
Nyack College – Social Work Dept — Nyack College, a Christian and Missionary Alliance educational institution, through its undergraduate, graduate and seminary programs, pursues its historic mission of preparing men and women to “take the whole Gospel to the whole world.”
Redeemer University College – SW — Redeemer University College is a Christian university- level, liberal arts and science university, offering courses and programs leading to a bachelor s degree.
Samford University’s Department of Social Work — The mission of the Samford University Master of Social Work (MSW) Program is to be a distinctively Christian learning community that prepares graduates for lives of service as advanced social workers who promote healing, wholeness, and reconciliation.
Union University – Dept of Social Work — The mission of the Sociology and Social Work department is to educate students in various aspects of human society and human relationships from a Christian perspective.
Volunteers of America, Inc. — Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, spiritually based organization providing local human service programs, and opportunities for individual and community involvement.
Wayside Christian Mission — The purpose of the Wayside Christian Mission is to respond to human need of the poor and homeless by (1) providing temporary housing/shelter, food, clothing, nurturing, spiritual and social enrichment, encouragement and referrals (2) and by providing the support services and skills that would permit and encourage a return to a state of self-sufficiency so that human dignity can be restored and the love of God can be shared.