Duties and Functions

The social welfare and development officer shall take charge of the office on social welfare and development services and shall:

Formulate measures for the approval of the sanggunian and provide technical assistance and support to the mayor, as the case may be, in carrying out measures to endure the delivery of basic services and provisions of adequate facilities relative to social welfare and development services as provided for under Section 17 of this Code;

Develop plans and strategies and upon approval thereof by the mayor, as the case may be, implement the same particularly those which have to do with social welfare programs and projects which the mayor is empowered to implement and which the sanggunian is empowered to provide for under this Code;

In addition to the foregoing duties, the social welfare and development officer shall:

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Identify the basic needs of the needy, the disadvantaged and the impoverished and develop and implement appropriate measures to alleviate their problems and improve their living conditions;

Provide relief and appropriate crisis intervention for victims of abuse and exploitation and recommend appropriate measures to deter further abuse and exploitation;

Assist the mayor, as the case may be, in implementing the barangay level program for the total development and protection of children up to six (6) years of age;

Facilitate the implementation of welfare programs for the disabled, elderly, and victims of drug addiction, the rehabilitation of prisoners and parolees, the prevention of juvenile delinquency and such other activities which would eliminate or minimize the ill-effects of poverty;

Initiate and support youth welfare programs that will enhance the role of the youth in nation-building;

Coordinate with government agencies and non-governmental organizations which have for their purpose the promotion and the protection of all needy, disadvantaged, underprivileged or impoverished groups or individuals, particularly those identified to be vulnerable and high-risk to exploitation, abuse and neglect;

Be in the frontline or service delivery, particularly those which have to do with immediate relief during and assistance in the aftermath of man-made and natural disaster and natural calamities;

Recommend to the sanggunian and advise the mayor, as the case may be, on all other matters related to social welfare and development services which will improve the livelihood and living conditions of the inhabitants; and

Exercise such other powers and perform such other duties and functions as may be prescribed by law or ordinance;

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Organizational Chart of the
Municipal Social Welfare Development Officer


Services

I - CHILDREN (0 < 18 YRS. OLD)

1.1 Child Minding / Day Care Service

  • 1 to below 2 years old
  • 2 to below 3 years old
  • 3 to below 4 years old

1.2 Supplemental Feeding

  • 0 to less than 1 year old
  • 1 to below 2 years old
  • 2 to below 3 years old
  • 3 to below 4 years old

1.3 Supervised Neighbourhood Play/Home-Based Home-Based

Early Childhood Care Development (ECCD)

  • 1 to below 2 years old
  • 2 to below 3 years old
  • 3 to below 4 years old

1.4 Others Services provided for Children in Need of Special Protection (CNSP), please specify, Example:

1.4.1 Children in Conflict with the Law (CICL), pls. specify the services provided

  • 5 to below 10 years old
  • 10 to below 14 years old
  • 15 to below 16 years old
  • 16 to below 18 years old

1.4.2 Children involved in Armed Conflict (CIAC)

  • 3 to below 5 years old
  • 5 to below 10 years old
  • 10 to below 14 years old
  • 14 to below 18 years old

1.4.3 Children in Situation of Armed Conflict (CSAC)

  • 0 to less than 1 year old
  • 1 to below 5 years old
  • 5 to below 10 years old
  • 10 to below 14 years old
  • 14 to below 18 years old

1.4.4 Sexually-abused/Commercial Sexual Exploited Children (CSEC)

  • 0 to less than 1 year old
  • 1 to below 5 years old
  • 5 to below 10 years old
  • 10 to below 14 years old

14 to below 18 years old


II - YOUTH (18 < 30 YRS. OLD)

  1. Unlad Kabataan Program
  2. Leadership & Other Capability Building Program
  3. Educational Assistance
  4. Summer Youth Camp
  5. Youth Development Session (Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program)

III - NEEDY ADULTS (30 < 60 YRS. OLD)

  1. Social Communication Skills Development
  2. Productivity Skills Capability Building (PSCB)
  3. Assistance to Returning OFWs
  4. Social Services for Solo Parents

Issuance of Solo Parent I.D. Card

Requirements:

  • Photo Copy of Death Certificate of Spouse (If Widowed)
  • Original Copy of Barangay Certificate
  • Photo Copy of Birth Certificate of Child/Children below 18 years old (Minor/s)
  • 1×1 ID Picture
  • Registration Fee of Php 25.00
  • Filled-up Solo Parent Form from the office of MSWDO
Steps to FollowResponse TimePerson to Approach
1. Fill-up the Solo Parent Application Form and review the requirements.10 MinutesCharlane G. Rosales
2. Processing of the Solo Parent ID.7 working daysCharlane G. Rosales

5. Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation

  • Provides emergency assistance for free services to individuals and families who are in extremely difficult situations and have inadequate resources.
  • Death of an immediate family-burial assistance
  • Victims of Disaster (manmade/natural)
  • Medical Problem
  • Loss of job-Transportation “Balik Probinsya”
  • Everyday client will gather documents required and submit himself/herself for an interview and assess of needs.

Requirements:

  1. For Burial Assistance:
  • Death certificate;
  • Certificate/Recommendation;
  • Valid I.D. of nearest kin/relative seeking assistance;
  • STL FORM; and
  • Social Case Study Report (SCSR)
  1. For ‘Balik-Probinsya’:
  • Court Notice of Appearance for court related cases
  1. For Court-Related Cases:
  • Barangay Certification; and
  • Social Case Study Report (SCSR)
  1. For Medical Assistance:

Lacks adequate resources to pay hospital bills: STL

  • Medical Abstract;
  • Barangay Certification;
  • Valid I.D;
  • Hospital Bills;
  • Social Case Study Report;
  • STL Form if STL Fund;

Need for medicines not available at health centers

  • Medical Abstract;
  • Barangay Certification or Recommendation;
  • Valid ID;
  • Social Case Study Report (SCSR);
  • STL Form if STL Fund; and
  • Doctor’s Prescription

Need for diagnostic laboratory evaluation: STL

  • Request from the Doctor;
  • Price Quotation;
  • Barangay Certification; and
  • STL Form if STL Fund
Steps to FollowResponse TimePerson to Approach
1.Register at the office   logbook1 minuteRhoda G. Gabiola or

Silverio Sta. Maria

2.Wait to be interviewed10 minutesRhoda G. Gabiola or

Silverio Sta. Maria

3.Assesment Preparation of Simple SCSR and Voucher20 minutesRhoda G. Gabiola or

Silverio Sta. Maria

4.Approval15 minutesAsuncion G. Gardon

6. Food for Work/Cash For Work
7. Social Case Study Report


IV - WOMEN WELFARE PROGRAM (19 < 59 YRS. OLD)

  1. Women Economic Development Skills Training
  2. Capability Building Program
  3. Assistance to Violence Against Women and Children Cases

V - ELDERLY WELFARE PROGRAM (60+ YRS. OLD) - SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAM

  1. Neighbourhood Support Services for Older Persons
  2. Issuance of Senior Citizen’s I.D. Card

Requirements:

  • Filled-up Application Form
  • Photo Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Cedula
  • 1×1 I.D. Pictures
Steps to FollowResponse TimePerson to Approach
1. Interview of the Senior Citizen and review of the requirements.10 MinutesJenelle M. Beriña or Alona A. Mendoza
2. Processing of the Senior Citizen ID Card7 working daysJenelle M. Beriña or Alona A. Mendoza

3. Issuance of Purchase Slip for Medicine and/or Purchase Booklet for Grocery

Requirements:

  • Senior Citizen ID
  • Surrender the old booklet previously issued
Steps to FollowResponse TimePerson to Approach
1. Present the requirements and verify.3 MinutesJenelle M. Beriña or Alona A. Mendoza
2. Prepare the booklet and record the issuance in the logbook.5 MinutesJenelle M. Beriña or Alona A. Mendoza

4. Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens (SPISC)

WHO MAY AVAIL?

    1. Age (60 years old and above)
      • First Priority: 80 years old and above
      • Second Priority: 70-79 years old
      • Third Priority: 60-69 years old
    2. Economic Status
      • Indigent
      • Non-pensioner from GSIS, SSS or AFPMBAI
      • No permanent source of income
      • No regular support from relative
    3. Health Status
      • Frail
      • Sickly
      • With Disability

Requirements:

  • Completely Filled-up Application Form
  • Birth Certificate/ Marriage Contract/ Baptismal Certificate (any of the three which has the name and date of birth of the Senior Citizen)
  • Photocopy of Senior Citizen I.D. Card (back to back)
  • 2pcs. 1×1 I.D. Picture
Steps to FollowResponse TimePerson to Approach
1. Present the requirements, verify and interview the senior citizen.10 MinutesJenelle M. Beriña or Alona A. Mendoza
2. All application are subject for assessment or home visitation for validation.Leonila T. Jabrica and Alona A. Mendoza

5. Mandatory Philhealth for Senior Citizens

Requirements:

  • Filled-up Philhealth PMRF Form
  • Photocopy of Senior Citizen I.D. Card (back to back)
  • 1×1 I.D. Picture
Steps to FollowResponse TimePerson to Approach
1. Present the requirements, verify and interview the senior citizen.5 MinutesJenelle M. Beriña or Alona A. Mendoza
2. PMRF together with the supporting documents is submitted to Philhealth Representative who comes to the municipality.MonthlyJenelle M. Beriña or Alona A. Mendoza

6. Burial Assistance

Requirements:

  • Death Certificate (Original and Photo Copy)
  • Barangay Certification (Original and Photo Copy)
  • Photo Copy of Valid I.D. of the nearest relative seeking assistance
  • STL Form (Office of the Mayor)
  • Social Case Study Report (SCSR)

To avail Burial Assistance for Senior Citizen, approach the STL/AICS Window in the Office of the Mayor.


VI - DISABLED WELFARE PROGRAM (PWD)

  1. Provision of Assistive Devices
  2. Skills Training and Livelihood Assistance
  3. Issuance of I.D. Card

Requirements:

  • 1×1 I.D. Picture
  • Any of those as follows;
    • Medical Certificate
    • Disability Certificate
    • Assessment Certificate
  • Blood Type
  • Whole body picture
  • Photocopy of Birth Certificate
  • Filled-up Philippine Registry Form for Person with Disability Ver.2.0
Steps to FollowResponse TimePerson to Approach
1. Present the requirements, verify and interview5-10 MinutesSilverio Sta. Maria
2. Online Registration in Philippine Registry for PWD1 day

(depends on the speed of the internet and website)

Silverio Sta. Maria
3. Processing of I.D. Card7 working daysSilverio Sta. Maria
4. Issuance of PWD ID Card5 minutesSilverio Sta. Maria

4. Issuance of Purchase Slip for Medicine and/or Purchase Booklet for Grocery

Requirements:

  • Person with Disability I.D. Card
  • Surrender the old booklet previously issued
Steps to FollowResponse TimePerson to Approach
1. Present the requirements and verify.3 MinutesSilverio Sta. Maria
2. Prepare the booklet and record the issuance in the logbook.5 MinutesSilverio Sta. Maria

5. Transportation Allowance of Barangay PWD Presidents (Monthly)
6. Social Enhancement Activity


VII - FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAM

  1. Parent Effectiveness Service
  2. Marriage Counselling Service
  3. Pre-Marriage Counselling
  4. Core Shelter Assistance
  5. Family Development Session(Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program)

VIII - COMMUNITIES

  1. Social Preparation for Peoples Participation
  2. Community Welfare Structure Organization
  3. DSWD Completed Adopted Project
  4. Community Volunteer Resource Mobilization

Downloadable Forms

Form Name:

Download Link:

PWD I.D. Card Application FormDownload
Senior Citizen I.D. Card Application FormDownload
Senior Citizen Application Form for Mandatory PhilhealthDownload
Solo Parent I.D. Card Application FormDownload

More Downloadable Forms..


Performance Pledges


MUNICIPAL SOCIAL WELFARE DEVELOPMENT OFFICE
2ND FLOOR, EAST WING, MUNICIPAL HALL
CANDELARIA, QUEZON
(042) 585-8209