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Considering Teletherapy?  What You Need to Know BEFORE You Start

Considering Teletherapy? What You Need to Know BEFORE You Start

As the novel coronavirus concerns continue, many professionals are turning to teletherapy to continue client care. Whether you are new to practicing teletherapy or not, there are a few critical items you need to know before you start. The professional liability insurance policy, offered by the NASW Risk Retention Group, covers client care over the phone and other communication vehicles the same way in-person client care is covered.

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NASW RRG Rated Among the Highest

NASW RRG Rated Among the Highest

ASW Risk Retention Group, Inc. (NASW RRG)xand its reinsurance captive company, NASW Insurance Company (NASWIC), are pleased to announce that they have, once again, been rated among the highest in the nation by the world’s largest, most authoritative and longest-established company devoted to issuing financial strength ratings to insurance organizations.

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NASW RRG Extended Coverage Support in the aftermath of a Hurricane

NASW RRG Extended Coverage Support in the aftermath of a Hurricane

NASW RRG policyholders can rest assured knowing that their current professional liability insurance protection will cover them during their disaster relief efforts, just as it protects them in their state where they currently practice. The NASW Risk Retention Group (NASW RRG) is pleased to be able to make this unique accommodation for its policyholders who might serve in the affected states and feel secure pursuing those in need for (1) year following a major hurricane.

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NASW RRG Extended Coverage Support in the aftermath of a Hurricane

Policy Restrictions Waived for Policyholders in the Aftermath of Hurricanes

Social workers are on the front line when it comes to providing disaster relief and mental health services. In the aftermath of recent Hurricanes, social workers around the country are responding swiftly to offer professional assistance to those impacted by the storms and flooding. The need for social workers in the coming weeks and months following these hurricanes is extremely important.

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