Journal of Human Services

The leading source for the latest research in the profession, Journal of Human Services is published once each year and distributed each fall to current members as part of NOHS's membership benefits. The principal audiences of HSE are human service faculty members, administrators, practitioners, and undergraduate and graduate students. HSE publishes articles, brief notes, and critical reviews of instructional materials and scholarly books pertaining to topics including teaching methods, models of internships, faculty development, career paths of graduates, credentialing, accreditation, models of undergraduate and graduate study, clinical issues in human service treatment, and supervision of human service practitioners.

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Human Services Today Magazine

One of the primary connections between NOHS and our members, Human Services Today Magazine is published quarterly.

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Ethical Standards for Human Services Professionals

The fundamental values of the human services profession include respecting the dignity and welfare of all people, promoting self-determination, honoring cultural diversity, advocating for social justice, and acting with integrity, honesty, genuineness and objectivity. Human service professionals consider these standards in ethical and professional decision making. Persons who use this code include members of the National Organization for Human Services, students in relevant academic degree programs, faculty in those same programs, researchers, administrators, and professionals in community agencies who identify with the profession of human services.

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NOHS Conference Proceedings

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