Ethics, Boundaries and Decision Making in Practice

Tuesday June 28th      Green Bay Community Church-Chapel

Registration begins at 8:00 am, workshop is 8:30-12:30 pm

This workshop focuses on decision-making in practice through an analysis of the factors involved in a model of ethical consideration with emphasis on moral and ethical contexts. Use of practice scenarios and personal reflection will enhance understanding of boundaries for practice as well as risks inherent in practice situations.  The WI Social Work Code of Conduct [MPSW 20] and the NASW Code of Ethics will be utilized in demonstrating the applicability in decisions within and between organizational contexts. A total of 4 CEU’s will be available for this training.

Presenter: Joan Groessl, MSW, PhD, LCSW earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from UW-Milwaukee and PhD from Marian University in Fond du Lac, WI.

To register for this training, please use our online RSVP and then send your registration and payment form to our PO Box address listed below.

  1. Use this link to RSVP a spot for this training
  2. Complete the Boundaries and Ethics registration form
  3. Please send payment and registration form to the following address:

Brown County Homeless and Housing Coalition

ATTN: Boundaries and Ethics Workshop

PO BOX 334 Green Bay WI 54305




5/19/2016 Housing Resource Day

Housing Resource Day will be Thursday, May 26th from 12-2 pm at Central Church located at 831 Schoen Street near Eisenhower School.

If you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, please come to Housing Resource Day to speak with staff from community agencies who can talk about their services and help you apply for their program.

** The next Housing Resource Day will be June 23rd, the fourth Thursday of the month.

05/10/2016 Poverty across Wisconsin reaches highest level in 30 years

“There is some good evidence that living in poverty and experiencing issues like food and housing insecurity can cause changes in the brain that can lead to behavioral issues and low performance in school, as well as chronic disease later in life,” said Malia Jones, an assistant scientist and social epidemiologist at UW-Madison’s Applied Population Laboratory.


Get Involved

Visit our Membership page to learn how you can join us for a meeting or as a new member.

Our membership is made up of community organizations who directly or indirectly serve those who are facing challenges securing housing. We provide access to these agencies each month when we gather as a coalition.

If you would like more information, please contact us at bchomelesscoalition@gmail.com


If you would like to make a donation, please send it to
P.O. Box 334
Green Bay, WI 54305

If you have any questions on donating, feel free to contact us at bchomelesscoalition@gmail.com