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    Social Workers in Binghamton

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    Business Listing   Addiction Center of Broome County The - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-7308

    Business Listing   Allen Laura MSW CSW - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 724-4860

    Business Listing   Bauer Edna Liebman MSW - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 772-8579

    Business Listing   Brown- Jeffrey A. Attorney - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-9511

    Business Listing   Ceparano- Laurie M. Attorney - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 723-5341

    Business Listing   Colletti Gep PhD - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 772-1766

    Business Listing   Community Options Inc - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-5971

    Business Listing   Coughlin Bonnie E R CSW - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-9190

    Business Listing   Counseling & Consultations - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-0423

    Business Listing   Ferranti Margaret CSW - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-1918

    Business Listing   Linda Cronin - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 771-2172

    Business Listing   Mc Cann Joseph T Psyd - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 797-2315

    Business Listing   Orr William R MSW - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 772-3059

    Business Listing   Sensenig Holly P CSW Casac - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 771-3055

    Business Listing   Troy James J. - Binghamton, NY - Phone: (607) 722-6417

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    Helpful Definition for: Social Workers

    Social workers are people who are committed to the pursuit of social welfare and social change in Binghamton. Social workers usually work towards research and practice to improve the quality of life and development of the potential of each individual, group and community of a society. Social workers perform interventions through research, policy, community organizing, direct practice and teaching. Professional social workers are generally considered those who hold a degree in social work. Social work has its roots in the struggle of society to deal with poverty and its resultant problems. Therefore, in places like Binghamton social work is intricately linked with the idea of charity work. The concept of charity goes back to ancient times, and the practice of providing for the poor has roots in many major ancient civilizations and world religions.

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