The School of Social Work is the only one in the state to offer the BSW, MSW and PhD programs. The school has a strong orientation to social justice and offers concentrations at the masters level in Community Organizing, Individual Group and Family Practice and Policy Practice. Our growing faculty are nationally and internationally known for their work in international social work and human rights; mental health, trauma and violence prevention and reduction; social and health disparities, community organizing, child well-being and policy analysis and advocacy. The Nancy A. Humphreys Institute for Political Social Work is a national leader in research, training and voter engagement. We have robust training and research partnerships with the CT State Departments of Children and Families; Mental Health and Addiction Services; and Social Services.