Dr. Daicia Price is a clinical assistant professor of social work at University of Michigan School of School Work. Prior to joining the faculty at U-M, Price served as Clinical Practice Improvement Specialist in Wayne County with a focus on workforce development and implementation of evidence-based, best and promising behavioral health practices.
She earned her BSW, MSW and PhD from Eastern Michigan University. Price has gained clinical and macro practice experience in juvenile justice, community mental health, housing, schools and foster care.
As a Mental Health First Aid and Question, Persuade, Refer Instructor, Price is committed to sharing her personal and professional experiences and knowledge to support others.
Price engages with the community to disrupt and dismantle racism and oppression using a bioecological system and African centered framework.
As a professional, Price is committed to incorporating various strategies that will aid to the mission of reaching out, raising hope and changing society.
Children and Families, Mental Health, Organizational Leadership, Supervision, Diversity and Inclusion, Gender Variances, Integrated Health, Suicide Prevention and Community Organization
|(734) email@example.com||3834 SSWB||University of Michigan|
School of Social Work
1080 S. University Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
|2021||PhD||Urban Education||Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti|
|2005||MSW||Family & Children Services||Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti|
|2004||BSW||Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti|
|Trauma-informed Programs and Practices for Schools (TIPPS)|
|2022||2022 WCC Foundation Women's Council Celebration of Women's Leadership|
|2021||Harold R. Johnson Diversity Service Award|
|2021||Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize|
|2019||2019 Teacher of the Year|
|2019||Faculty Communities for Inclusive Teaching.|
|2019||Faculty Structured Outreach Support Award|
|2019||Barton Endowed Scholarship, Eastern Michigan University|
|2019||Interprofessional Education Fellowship, University of Michigan|
|2019||Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Impact, University of Michigan.|
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106