Definitely try to find macro positions in social work (community organizing, management, or policy practice). There are plenty of nonprofits and government agencies who would like to utilize your skills and experience. If you desire a supervisory role, state that in your cover letter.
Personally, I decided to return to graduate school and earn a second master's degree in education. It guarantees a job that I can work 20 hours per week through this economy, and I can actually gain more experience in my desired background (colleges and universities). I have a MSW, but I realized I had expand my employment options since I never specialized in clinical social work. I already have over five years of experience working in student services so I'm hoping this second degree will pay off.