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MUNICIPAL SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICE

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ERNIE P. QUILLO

Acting Municipal Social Welfare Office

NAMEPOSITION
Mr. Christopher A. GajoCasual
Ms.Jennie Grace C. Calamay                                                         Clerk
Mr. Leo A. Palma                                  Utility Worker                                
Mr. Roshelo A. CaluyoCasual
Ms. Ritchen A. FernandezCasual
Ms. Darren A. ManardasCasual
Ms. Salome R. BartolomeJob Order
Ms. Ligaya BadillesJob Order
Ms. Norma P. GuiabarJob Order
Ms. Quessa Marie A. QuilloJob Order
Day Care Workers


MISSION STATEMENT

The MSWD is committed to the provision of comprehensive and responsive social welfare and development policies, plans and programs for implementation at the community level with other government agencies, non-government organization for the:

1. Care, protection, rehabilitation and upliftment of disadvantaged individuals, families and communities;

2. Promotion of psycho-social functioning of these segment of the population who are in socially disabling and dehumanizing conditions, and

3. Promotion of preventive and development strategies interventions and approaches for the disadvantaged.

VISION STATEMENT

The Municipal Social Welfare and Development envision the empowerment of disadvantaged constituents to attain their fullest potentials especially in the area of self and family development so that they become key contributors to community and national progress.

How To Avail The Services?

I. PROVISION OF ASSISTANCE FOR CALAMITY VICTIMS

STEPSDURATIONREQUIREMENTSFEESRESPONSIBLE PERSONLOCATION

1. Conduct of ocular visit, assessment, interview and intake

Maximum of 2 hrs.

List of victims of calamity

 NONE Roshelo A. Caluyo, RSWDisaster Site
2. Validation of List of VictimsMaximum of 2 hrs.

Certified list from the

Barangay

NONERoshelo A. Caluyo, RSWMSWDO
3. Distribution of Access cards to the victims3 hrs.

Personal Appearance of

the victims

NONERoshelo A. Caluyo, RSW

Evacuation

Center/MSWDO

4. Distribution of relief goods½ dayAccess CardNONERoshelo A. Caluyo, RSW

Evacuation

Centers







II. PROVICION OF ASSISTANCE TO INDIVIDUAL IN CRISIS SITUATION AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

STEPS DURATION REQUIREMENTS FEES RESPONSIBLE PERSON LOCATION

1. Intake and Interview

5 minutes 

Barangay & Medical 

certificate

 NONE 

Christopher S. Gajo, RSW

MSWDO
2. Assessment 10 minutes

Form 200

NONE Christopher S. Gajo, RSWMSWDO
3. Preparation of voucher for financial assistance 5 minutes

Barangay and medical

certificate/Form 200

NONE Jennie Grace C. Calamay

MSWDO

4. Voucher Processing for the release of financial assistance

Maximum of 2 hours

Voucher NONE Jennie Grace C. Calamay

Mun.Treasurer's

Office







III. ISSUANCE OF SENIOR CITIZEN’S ID

STEPS DURATION REQUIREMENTS   FEES    RESPONSIBLE PERSON   LOCATION 

1. Secure and fill-up application form

             15 minutes             

1x1 ID picture (2pcs), Cedula

NONE

Norma P. Guiabar

Ligaya B. Badilles

MSWDO
2. Conduct of interview for Social Pensioner  10 minutes

Proof of age

1x1 ID Picture

Intake Form

NONE

Norma P. Guiabar

Ligaya B. Badilles

MSWDO
3. Fabrication of ID 15 minutes

Intake Form

NONE Gerald R. Bartolome

MSWDO

4. Releasing of Senior Citizen’s ID 10 minutes
NONE

Norma P. Guiabar

Ligaya B. Badilles

MSWDO








IV. ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF INDIGENCY

STEPS    DURATION    REQUIREMENTS   FEES     RESPONSIBLE PERSON     LOCATION  

1. Secure Barangay Certificate


Community Tax Certificate  

NONE Barangay Secretary   Barangay Hall  
2. Submit certification to the MSWD Office                 

Barangay Certificate

NONE Christopher S. Gajo, RSW MSWDO
3. Assessment and Interview 15 minutes

Barangay Certificate

NONE Christopher S. Gajo, RSW

MSWDO

4. Preparation and release of Document 15 minutes Intake Form NONE Christopher S. Gajo, RSW

MSWDO







V. AVAILING OF DAY CARE SERVICES

STEPS DURATION REQUIREMENTS FEES RESPONSIBLE PERSON LOCATION

1. Submission of list of Day Care Children


List of Children

NONE Day Care Workers MSWDO
2. Consolidation of Reports 15 minutes

List of Children

NONE Ritchen A. Fernandez, RN MSWDO
3. Presentation of required document for enrollment     1 minute

Birth Certificate Immunization Card 

NONE Ritchen A. Fernandez, RN

MSWDO

4. Lecture on Parent Effectiveness Service 3 hours Appearance of Parents NONE Ernie P. Quillo

Day Care Center







VI. HANDLING OF VAWC CASES

STEPS DURATION  REQUIREMENTS  FEES RESPONSIBLE PERSON LOCATION

1. Intake and interview                                           








Social Pension of Indigent Senior Citizen of Kalamansig

The number of elderly poor in developing counties is increasing and older person are over represented among chronically poor people. Two thirds of older people no regular income. Regular cash transfer also increase poor older people’s access to services particularly health care.

The Philippines has made great stride in promoting the welfare of its people and has ensured the continued participation in development by legislating national policies in response to the emerging needs of the Pilipino senior citizens. Republic Act 9994 or “Expanded Senior Citizen act of 2010 which provide additional benefits and privileges and maximize their participation in nation building amended the previous RA 9257 “Expanded senior citizen act of 2003”, institutionalizes social protection by providing care to their sick and disabled senior citizens. This is designed in such a way that the poorest senior citizens are covered and protected from loss of income and unemployment as a result of illness, injury, harvest failure, etc.

The social pension for indigent citizens will be implemented nationwide and will consider the following priorities, taking into consideration the following conditions, and eligibility criteria of senior citizens and subject to the availability of funds:

  1. Age
  • First priority: 80 years old and above
  • Second priority: 70-79 years old
  • Third priority: 60-69 years old

       2.  Economic Status – to be determined by the DSWD National Household Targeting for poverty reduction, should not be receiving any pension from GSIS, SSS or AFPMBAI and other insurance company without permanent source of income or regular support from his/her relatives to meet his/her basic needs as determined by the Office of their Senior Citizens and senior citizen organization.

 Its objective is to improve the living condition of eligible indigent senior citizen.

As of, April 12, 2011, LGU - Kalamansig with the intervention of the Office of the Municipal Social Welfare and Development has identified and validated 137 eligible indigent senior citizen aging 77 years old and above. Indigent senior citizens shall be entitled to monthly stipend in the amount of Five Hundred Pesos (P500.00) effective January, 2011 to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens which amount shall be subject to a review every 2 years by Congress, in consultation with the DSWD. The release of stipend shall be done on a quarterly basis (March, June, September and December).












 

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