NOHS Supports the Keep Families Together Act

In collaboration with Social Work Helper, the National Organization for Human Services supports the Keep Families Together Act introduced into Congress. This bill was written with child welfare experts and it is also supported by the American Academy of Pediatrics, Kids In Need of Defense (KIND), Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA), Children’s Law Center, Young Center for Immigrant Rights and the Women's Refugee Commission.

As an organization, we believe that the current policy goes against the values we hold as human services professionals to protect the vulnerable and advocate against acts of injustice.   We encourage you to support this important effort and contribute to the collective voice of human services professionals who continue to passionately fight for the most vulnerable members of our society.  We invite you to join the cause by clicking the link and signing your name  to support this act as well!:

National Organization for Human Services Announcement Regarding the Florida Shooting

As the consequences of the senseless and tragic shooting in Florida unfold, Human Services professionals have already started to approach the community with compassion and care. NOHS sends our support to the human services professionals who have been and will continue to remain engaged as the community reels from this tragedy.  The human services family is large and diverse in skills and expertise. In accordance with the mission of NOHS to promote the welfare of individuals and communities, these members of the helping community will work tirelessly to support, guide and empower each member of this fragile community as they work to understand the complexities of the human condition, grieve and heal.

The National Organization for Human Services is opposed to the rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program. We are committed to Social Justice and oppose this discrimination against these individuals who are brought to the United States as children and who have become contributing and productive members of our country.

For more information contact: Advocacy Chair