Researchers at the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work release the first needs assessment of veterans across Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties.
The USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work and the USC Institute for Addiction Science will provide students from underrepresented communities with stipend and internship opportunities in substance use disorder treatment.
COMMENCEMENT: With his Master of Science in Nursing, Tyler Christy feels prepared and empowered to improve primary health care needs.
COMMENCEMENT: Jonathan Spikes launched his school-based gun violence-reduction program to help one of the poorest and most violent areas in Florida.
COMMENCEMENT: In Russellville, Ark., when the police respond to a domestic violence call, they now have social worker Linda Bankston riding with them.
A first-of-its-kind initiative at the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work is addressing the need to interrupt pathways to violence.
Social work researchers believe it is within our reach to eliminate homelessness in the United States. Learn how it can be done.
In big cities and small towns, Trojans are providing students, teachers, administrators and parents with a new idea of the impact a social worker can have in a school setting.
Trojan social workers are key players in the fight to protect youth, protect women, and give a voice to all victims and survivors of human trafficking.
Deporting immigrants to countries where they never lived is causing mental and physical health disparities for individuals and families.