The National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement (NCSCB) is now housed at the USC School of Social Work. The renowned center is one of the leading organizations in the United States providing comprehensive crisis and bereavement resources and training to educators, school systems, governmental agencies and community organizations.
Our Department of Adults and Healthy Aging focuses on the mental health and physical well-being of all adults. Areas of study include wellness, substance abuse, behavioral health and the Affordable Care Act.
Through his field placement with the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, MSW student James Lopez walks the field, meets players, and stops by the stadium for work while promoting the foundation's community programs.
Ground-breaking research on local veteran transition challenges conducted by the school's military center will now be able to help those outside California thanks to a grant aimed at replicating the study in Chicago.
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