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3 12 1 161 2 518 2 Wyoming 3 <1 4 <1 0 <1 34 <1 41 <1 In what Canadian jurisdiction(s) do you currently hold your primary license/certification/registration? Alberta 462 9 193 3 33 4 189 2 877 4 British Columbia 267 5 162 2 23 2 143 1 595 3 Manitoba 281 6 53 <1 9 <1 58 <1 401 2 Newfoundland and Labrador 152 3 31 <1 1 <1 26 <1 210 <1
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2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB C4 BA MA AG CL Total n % n % n % n % n % New Brunswick 119 2 15 <1 0 <1 14 <1 148 <1 Nova Scotia 27 <1 13 <1 3 <1 14 <1 57 <1 Ontario 643 13 974 14 100 11 882 8 2,599 11 Prince Edward Island 22 <1 14 <1 3 <1 12 <1 51 <1 Québec 1,631 33 170 2 10 1 158 2 1,969 8 Saskatchewan 163 3 38 <1 8 <1 34 <1 243 1 Which of the following best describes your primary practice/work setting? Not-for-profit organization 1,249 25 2,616 37 316 34 3,448 33 7,629 33 Public health facility 1,812 36 1,213 17 114 12 1,481 14 4,620 20 State or provincial government 1,027 21 836 12 83 9 758 7 2,704 12 For profit organization 291 6 846 12 114 12 1,099 11 2,350 10 Private clinical practice 108 2 221 3 78 8 1,545 15 1,952 8 Federal government/Military 38 <1 173 2 51 5 837 8 1,099 5 Local, county, tribal, or territorial government 215 4 406 6 35 4 420 4 1,076 5 School system a 51 1 275 4 33 4 359 3 718 3 Academia a 28 <1 153 2 53 6 161 2 395 2 Volunteer a 2 <1 2 <1 0 <1 3 <1 7 <1 Multiple (written in) 1 <1 1 <1 2 <1 9 <1 13 <1 Which of the following are functions of your primary practice/work setting? Mental and/or behavioral health 1,750 35 3,174 45 425 45 7,273 70 12,622 54 Medical, hospital, or health services 1,221 24 2,182 31 279 30 2,900 28 6,582 28 Family and children’s services 1,421 28 1,761 25 243 26 2,906 28 6,331 27 Advocacy 1,195 24 1,843 26 270 29 2,220 21 5,528 24 Substance abuse/Addiction services 782 16 1,264 18 185 20 2,772 27 5,003 21 Psychiatric services 531 11 1,012 15 117 13 2,567 25 4,227 18 Elder services 1,267 25 1,181 17 175 19 1,184 11 3,807 16 Child welfare and child protective services 958 19 1,053 15 137 15 1,011 10 3,159 14 Homeless services 602 12 889 13 123 13 1,205 12 2,819 12 Public social services 992 20 863 12 131 14 821 8 2,807 12 School social services 397 8 956 14 119 13 1,314 13 2,786 12 Community organization 720 14 945 14 137 15 868 8 2,670 11 Domestic violence services 486 10 647 9 109 12 1,123 11 2,365 10 Intellectual/Developmental 670 13 640 9 87 9 856 8 2,253 10 Hospice care 453 9 660 9 79 8 728 7 1,920 8 Rehabilitation services 581 12 579 8 66 7 641 6 1,867 8 Managed care 315 6 500 7 74 8 764 7 1,653 7 Adoption/Foster care services 499 10 550 8 72 8 523 5 1,644 7 Residential treatment services 363 7 400 6 50 5 683 7 1,496 6 Veterans services 106 2 316 5 77 8 984 9 1,483 6 Adult protective services 540 11 412 6 49 5 427 4 1,428 6 Employee assistance services 182 4 255 4 66 7 672 6 1,175 5 Law enforcement/Correction services 168 3 283 4 41 4 417 4 909 4 Higher/Postsecondary education 78 2 272 4 78 8 376 4 804 3 Other (written in) 465 9 576 8 128 14 695 7 1,864 8
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2017 Analysis of the Practice of Social Work | ASWB C5 BA MA AG CL Total n % n % n % n % n % What is your primary role? Direct service provider (e.g., clinician, therapist, counselor) 2,069 41 3,094 44 345 37 6,921 66 12,429 53 Case Manager/Discharge planner 1,267 25 1,463 21 162 17 907 9 3,799 16 Administrator/Program manager 233 5 748 11 137 15 935 9 2,053 9 Supervisor 165 3 361 5 38 4 688 7 1,252 5 Service coordinator 333 7 333 5 49 5 220 2 935 4 Consultant 108 2 124 2 38 4 161 2 431 2 Advocate 102 2 119 2 25 3 74 <1 320 1 Educator/Academician 42 <1 111 2 47 5 92 <1 292 1 Trainer/Instructor/Facilitator 67 1 105 2 17 2 64 <1 253 1 Investigator 112 2 78 1 7 <1 27 <1 224 <1 Social worker a 91 2 74 1 8 <1 42 <1 215 <1 Evaluator/Researcher 44 <1 68 <1 14 1 42 <1 168 <1 Community organizer 41 <1 28 <1 8 <1 4 <1 81 <1 Policy analyst/Lobbyist
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