Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office

Vision, Mission & Service Pledge

Vision

A Champion in providing excellent services to marginalized sector in the community at the local level.

Mission

The Municipal Social Welfare and Development of Ragay shall provide strengthened social protection policies and programs toward women and family empowerment, child development and protection, active youth participation, mitigation and management of victims of calamities and disaster, enhancement Person with Disability and elderly.

SERVICE PLEDGES

The Municipal Social Welfare Office are committed to provide the highest possible performance and pledges to achieve the following:

FRONTLINE SERVICES

RESPONSIBLE TIME

(per transaction)

PERSONS RESPONSIBLE
1. Assistance to Individual in Crisis Situation (AICS) for:    Educational    Medical    Burial    Food & Transportation    Emergency Shelter Assistance (ESA)   Special Cases (CLSP, WEDC, CICL) 5-10 minutes Edna P. Lodronio, SWA’DE
Gina B. Borlagdan
Marivic A. Rez,RSW
Glenda Madrogaba
Mariz T. Leona
Marcela B. Bornilla,RSW
2. Assists women & Children in Difficult circumstance  such as Rape, Physical & Emotionally Abuse & Abandoned 3 days Marivic A. Rez,RSW
Menchie Laurente
3. Provide assistance to Persons with disability (PWD)  

2 times

(with home visit)

Suset C.Meulio
Edith S. Gupong
4. Provide assistance to Mental ill persons 2 minutes Edna P. Lodronio,SWA’DE
Marcela B. Bornilla,RSW
5. Rescue, refer & reunite street children to their respective families 2 days Marcela B. Bornilla,RSW
Marivic A. Rez,RSW
Glenda P. Madrogaba
6. Provision of Social  Case Study & Referral Certificate to hospitals & other Institution 15 minutes Marivic A. Rez,RSW
Glenda P. Madrogaba
7. Provide of Senior Citizen  ID, Purchase booklet and Record 3 minutes Jerica Ness J. Baste
Gracielle V. Severa
Padencio Alvaro
Melinda B. Camacho
8. Control/Release food for work Workers Commodities 10 minutes Social Workers/Staff/MSWDO
9. Provide assessment  for Day Care Worker & Volunteers,  Monitor & supervise monthly meeting 15 minutes Edna P. Lodronio,SWA’DE
Jhon Cristopher Oafallas
Audie P. Padayao
10. Provide assistance to underweight children through  Supplemental Feeding Program 20 minutes Suset C Meulio
Jerica Ness J. Baste
11. Provide assistance to Solo Parents 20 minutes Marivic A. Rez,RSW
Gina B. Borlagdan
12. Provide assistance to PYAP Workers 20 minutes Marivic A. Rez,RSW
Marinell C. Luancing
Ma. Angela A. Armenta
13. Provide services to client 30 minutes Social Worker/Staff/MSWDO
14. Conduct Pre Marriage Counselling to couples about to be married 30 minutes Edna P. Lodrinio,SWA’DE
Glenda Madrogaba
Gina Borlagdan
15. Coordinate KALAHI CIDSS activities, programs & projects 30 minutes Marivic A. Rez,RSW
16. Issue certificate of Indigency 15 minutes Social Workers
17. Issue solicitation permit for raffle & carolling upon submission of the following requirements Raffle: Constitution & by-laws/Endorsement/Sample of raffle tickets/ Application form Carolling: Constitution & by-laws/Endorsement/Sample of letter/ List of prospective carolees 30 minutes Edna P. Lodronio,SWA’DE
MSWDO/Social Worker/ Staff
18. Attend to queries of all walk-in-clients Daily MSWDO & Staff
19. Supervise & Monitor activities/Programs & Projects 1 week  
      Assist in Accreditation of PO’s/CSO                    1. Solo Parents Gina B. Borlagdan
                   2. PYAP/Youth Marinell C. Luancing
Ma. Angela A. Armenta
                   3. KALIPI/Women’s Organization Ma. Merced Deveza
                   4. Senior Citizen/Elderly Jerica Ness J. Baste
Gracielle V. Severa
Padencio Alvaro
Melinda B. Camacho
                   5. PWD’s/KAMKARA Editha S. Gupong
                   6. Day Care Workers Jhon Cristopher Oafallas
Audie P. Padayao
20. Conduct GAD related program/project activities 30 minutes Marivic A. Rez
Menchie Laurente
21. Coordinates 4P’s Pantawid Program 15 mins Mayra A. Andes
Fiel Teresa M. Martizano
Jeric Rascano
Jude Michael Bandoy
22. Provide aftercare service to PWUD’s (Person who used Drugs) 30 minutes Suset C. Meulio
Jerica Ness J. Baste
Marcela B. Bornilla,RSW
23. Encoding, Data Compiling and other administrative task 10 minutes Mariz T. Leona
Editha S. Gupong
Marinell C. Luancing
24. Provide assistance to victims of natural calamities 24 hours MSWDO & Staff
Regular Programs
  • AICS (Aid to Individual in Crisis Situation) – is part of the DSWD’s protective services for the poor, margenalized and vulnerable/ disadvantage individuals. The AICS has been implemented by the DSWD for decades as part of its Technical Assistance and Resource Augmentation support to LGUs and other partners. The Local Government Unit of Ragay provides Medical , Burial ,Educational ,Transportation and Emergency Shelter Assistance to persons or families in crisis situation under AICS program provided they present the following Documents/ Requirements.

APPLICATION PROCESS OR REQUIRMENTS OF ANY ISSUANCE:

  • Medical Assistance Requirements:

1.Original Medical Certificate( Out-patient) Clinical Abstract ( Confined patient )

*There must be a diagnosis.

*Updated

* Must have Doctor’s full name, license number and signature

2.Prescription of medicine and/or Laboratory request

*Must have Doctor’s full name, license number and signature

3.Barangay Certificate of Indigency

* Named after the one processing the documents.

* The Certificate must indicate the relationship to beneficiary.

*Must have no erasures, The signature of the Barangay Captain must be original. If the Brgy. Captain is on official leave,The Brgy. Kagawad will do together with his full name and position.

* must have a Barangay Logo / Dry Seal.

Note: The Date of certificate of indigency must not precede the date of consultation or confinement period of the patient  to the doctor.

4.Valid ID of patient (if 18 y.o and above)

5. Valid ID of Claimant

(Valid ID-Voters ID, Postal, Unified SSS, GSIS,BIR,4PS Etc.)

6.Certificate of No Property.

Note: Availing Medical Assistance is allowed only once a year.Only Those special cases such as Cancer patient and Dialysis patient can repeat the request for medical assistance within one year.

  • Burial Assistance Requirements:

1.Funeral Contract

* Must be original copy

*The claimant should be indicated on the paper/document as the contracting party, with the signature of the Funeral home.

2.Death Certificate

* Authenticated copy

3.Transfer of cadaver( If died elsewhere)

* Should be buried here in Ragay

4.Original Certificate of Indigency

* Named after the one processing the paper

*Must indicate the relationship to the deceased.

* Erasures are not permitted, Must have the original signature of the Brgy.Captain,

*Must have Barangay Logo / Dry Seal.

5.Valid ID of Claimant

6.Valid ID of Deceased (If Senior Citizen)

7.Certificate of No property(Original Copy)

Note: The Processing of Burial Assistance is allowed within 3 mos from the date indicated in th death certificate.

  • Educational Assistance Requirements:

1.Photocopy of Certificate of Enrollment/Assessment Form ( pls. bring the original copy)

*Must have student’s signature,Assessor/ verifier’s signature

2.Photocopy of School ID, authenticated( also bring the original copy)

*With student’s signature and must be validated for the present School Year.

3.Original copy certificate of Residency/Indigency

*Must indicate the relationship to beneficiary (if relative is the claimant)

4.Photocopy of Valid ID of Claimant( if immediate relative)

  • Transportation Assistance ( for Special Cases only)Requirements:

1.Police Blotter( for CNSP,VAWC cases and mentally ill patient)

2.Barangay blotter

3.Valid ID of Claimant

4.Certificate of Indigency

5.Certificate of No Property

  • Emergency Shelter Assistance Requirements:

1.Certification from the Bureu of fire Department

2.Copy of Pictures of fire incident Report  with Fire Marshall signature.

3.Barangay Incident Report( Original Copy)

4.Certificate of Indigency

5.Certificate of No Property

6.Valid ID of Claimant.

  • Requirements for Social Case Study Report:

1.Medical Certificate or Clinical Abstract

2.Certificate of Barangay Indigency( must indicate the relationship to the beneficiary)

3 Valis ID of Claimant

4.Valid ID of Patient ( if 18 y.o and above)

  • Steps in Processing AICS  Assistance involve:

1.The individual in crisis situation or her/his relative may come to the office of the MSWDO for Interview and Assessment.

* client provides the necessary documents/ information needed.

2.The MSWDO staff will Screen / examine the  documents gathered .

*Records client’s data and proceed with the interview and assessment  of the Social Worker  to determine the appropriate assistance.

*Social Worker  Prepares the Social Case Study Report ( If Necessary)

3.The Municipal Social Welfare Officer Evaluates and recommends the necessary assistance for the  approval of the Local Chief Executive.

4.The Local Chief Executive signs and approves on the AICS  assistance upon evaluation and recommendation.

5.The client proceeds to the Municipal Treasurer’s Office to sign acknowledgement for the release of financial assistance .

Note: Only the clients with complete documents will be catered. Minors cannot be interviewed.

  • PMC (Pre- Marriage Counselling) – Pre-Marriage Counselling (PMC) is one of the major requirements in getting marriage license. This activity promotes premarital education which gave the couples an idea on marriage and what is all about and the responsibilities along with it. Couples with premarital education reported higher levels of marital satisfaction and experienced a decline in the likelihood of separation over years.

SECURING PRE MARRIAGE COUNSELING CERTIFICATE

To give value on marriage, MSWD Office conducts Pre-marriage counselling to future couples every Thursday of the month at 1:00 PM

APPLICATION PROCESS OR REQUIRMENTS OF ANY ISSUANCE:     

Requirements:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Completion of half-day Pre-marriage counselling session
  • Accomplishment of Marriage Expectation Inventory

General Intake Sheet

https://­www.scribd.com/doc/­247271683/CIU-GIS

Downlodable Forms

CERTIFICATE OF PRE MARRIAGE COUNSELING WILL BE GIVEN AFTER THE PMC SESSION

Ragay Center for Women in Crisis ( VAWC CENTER )

The Municipal Social Welfare and Development  Office  with diverse function on Social welfare concerns is vested to address the needs of the socially Disadvantaged sector in the Society, much of the  Social Welfare services are concentrated in consultative advisory concerns like Psychosocial intervention on counselling, stress debriefing, Family life Education such as Marriage counselling and Responsible Parenthood ( RPM) . Moreover, MSWDO provides immediate responds to cases of individuals, Child, Youth, Families in crisis situation and provides  services such as rescue and protection, direct financial and material assistance and referral to other agency.With the increased visibility and importance of the Temporary Shelter for the VAWC victims, The  Crisis Center building was established in year 2016 through the joint effort  of DSWD V  KALAHI CIDSS   and the Local Government Unit of Ragay .It is  located at Poblacion Ilaod this Municipality. The  Center serves as Temporary  residential care to target clients- Women and Girls who are victims of abuse and in need of immediate protection for a specific period of time while appropriate interventions are undertaken for proper disposition of the client. From the time they are admitted, These clients are provided with basic needs and various helping interventions.The operation of this center is  under direct supervision of The LGU as the principal implementing unit thru The Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office.

 VISION, MISSION, VALUES AND OBJECTIVES

I.VISION: Every person has the right to be safe, empowered and free from all forms of gender based/domestic  violence and abuse.

II.MISSION:       

1.Advocate in the promotion of rights and social protection of Girls and Women with especial needs in the Municipality og Ragay Camarines Sur.

2.To recognize the need to protect the family and its members particularly women and children from violence and threats to thier personal safety and security.

3.To provide temporary shelter to the VAW victims and abused children who are in need of immediate costudy for thier safety and protection.

III.VALUES:

In carrying out our vission and mission we ensure that:

  1. Girls and Women with special needs get the appropriate help they need.
  2. Girls and Women are protected by timely and effective approaches and interventions.
  3. Girls and Women are heard with utmost  recognition of thier sense of individuality.
  4. Girls and Women are respected and valued based on thier inherent worth and dignity as aperson.
  5. The case at the center will be treated  with confidentiality.
  6.  Referrals and linkages to other line agencies for clients to avail the appropriate services intended to meet alleviate client’s present condition.

IV.GENERAL OBJECTIVES:The Center aims to provide  temporary shelter and relevant psycho social and other services to individuals with especial needs while appropriate intervention   is determined  for thier rehabilitation , continous upliftment and normal functioning.

Our work is intended to:

  1. Provide holistic and integrated approach to protect clients from abuse. Neglect, exploitation,and abandonement.
  2. Respect that our clients are capable with the rights and needs to make her own choice and decision as she is being helped.
  3. Help and extend services to our clients based on our worker’s professional knowledge, skills and attitude of human behavior and social environment.
  4. Advocate information dissemination campaign on children and women with special needs their rights and priveleges.
  5. Provide a range of available and accessible resources to which the client can reach  out to her current disfunctioning.

V.Target Clientele:

  1. Women in especially difficult circumstances (WEDC)VAW victim with in the municipality.
  2. Children/ Girls who are victims of abuse particularly rape cases / in need of temporary costudy for shelter, safety  and protection.

PROGRAMS AND SERVICES:

  1. TEMPORARY RESIDENTIAL CARE- The center will provide a short term placement/ protective custody to clients  in need of special protection, these are girls and women who are victims of abuses who continued stay in their homes would be detrimental on thier safety. The typical length of stay  is a maximum of 3 days . After the days period, they will be referred to other agency, Gos /NGOs for appropriate services or they will be  re-united back to their immediate families or relatives who can ensure thier safety.
  2. RESCUE OPERATION- Prompt response to cases needing immediate rescue in coordination with the women desk enforces of the PNP and other agencies as necessary.
  3. PSYCHOSOCIAL SERVICES- Includes intake interview, counselling , self enhancement skills development Critical incident stress debriefing, anger and stress management , information education campaigns and discharge planning.
  4. MATERIAL/ FINANCIAL ASSITANCE:

Food/ financial transportation assistance to Clients under protective custody.

  1. REFERRAL NETWORK/SERVICES- referral or networking with other concerned agencies/barangay officials/VAW desk  and access to needed services such as health, Police assistance , Legal and others.
  2. AFTER CARE SERVICES- Home visit for the monitoring of the appropriateness of services. Avaluation of the success of intervention, case termination if in case termination if in case goals have been achieved.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE/IMPLEMENTING RULES AND REGULATION:

  1. Initial Intake interview will be conducted by the social workers/MSWDO, This is to gather information about the client and establish any information and/ or circumstances of her present dysfunctioning to determine if further evaluation is needed. The social worker shall use prescribed forms like General Intake Sheet and admission slip.
  2. In case the victim survivor is in state of shock and trauma upon intake. Interview shall be postponed and will resume only until such time the clientexpresses readiness. The worker must be sensitive in dealing with clients and shall also assure the client of her security from time to time.
  3. The pre admission conference will be conducted with the worker ,her companion and or referring party.
  4. The client. Her companion,and/or referring party must comply what has been agreed upon during the free admission conference.
  5. Leveling of expectation and orientations of the programs and services, house rules of the center shall be conducted by the social workers while the house parents shall be responsible for their home life concern.
  6. Initial assessment of the case shall be prepared by the social worker which is necessary for the appropraite planning. This involves the collection of necessary information and its analysis and interpretation inorder to reach an understanding of the client’sproblem and social context in which it exist.
  7. The client will stay at the center for a maximum of 3 days.
  8. The social worker of the case will administer pre-discharge slip of the client if and when the ultimate goal and other helping plans for the client have been already achieved.
  9. The case at the center will be treated with confidentiality.
  10. The center will only accept the target clients ( WOMEN AND CHILDREN PARTICULARLY GIRLS) whose case happened with in the municipality of Ragay.

APPLICATION PROCESS OR REQUIRMENTS OF ANY ISSUANCE:

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS UPON ADMISSION:

  1. Referral letter/written endorsement ( From Barangay Captain / Kagawad) or  from the referring party
  2. Barangay blotter/ Police blotter
  3. Certificate from the barangay ( in case of abandoned and neglect)
  4. Birth Certificate
  5. Medical Certificate (if needed)
  6. Initial Case study Report

ADMISSION CRITERIA:

  1. Walk In (Direct client)

The client initiates the contact. She Youth/ child  and  a woman who comes personally to a social welfare agency for help. She is in need of some intervention  from a professionally trained person as she is incapable of performing her tasks at present due to some factors within oneself or the invironment.

  1. Referral  Indirect Client)

a.The client is referred to the worker or agency by some interested or concerned party like other government agencies, non- government agency, concerned citizens,church based organizations and barangay officials.

  1. Those who are referred by person as one who are faced with situations detrimental to the near future shoula and intervention not apprppriate given. Example an abandoned/ neglected child/ youth.

      3.Outreach (rescued) persons in need..

STAFF for the Center/JOB DESCRIPTION:

MSWDO

  1. Oversees the over all operation of the center’s administrative and Program Implementation.
  2. Provide direction to the center’s Program concern.
  3. Initiate and carry-out activities related to the center’s Program and Services
  4. Prepare annual goals and objectives of the center
  5. Provision of Professional growth and support to staff so that they can carry out thier duties and responsibilities   efficiency and effectively.
  6. Establish a network of socio- civic organizations to support the funding and program concern of the center.
  7. Spearhead in the organization/ sustainability of the multi – interdiciplinary committee that will suppoert the center’s program and services.
  8. Conduct regular staff meeting and attend local, national conferences training to provide technical inputs.
  9. Conduct case conference, helping through meetings and other team building activities.
  10. Supervise the Center’s personnel/ Staff.

Case Worker/Center Head

  1. Conduct interviews , home visit to clientele
  2. Conduct individual/ Group activities, counselling and other Psychosocial  interventions to clients.
  3. Assist client with legal cases and attend court hearings.
  4. Attend meetings , seminars, conferences, for and on behalf of the head. ( if delegated)
  5. Conduct orientation to client , family,relatives upon admission.
  6. Maintains/ responsible for the records/ case recordings
  7. Conduct rescue operation with the team officers.

J.O Social Worker/Program Staff-assists  in providing intervention to client.

Administrative Staff– Incharge of the administrative concerns and records of the center.

 House Parent/ Center’s Kepper- Incharge of the group living activities in the center.

LGU DRIVER

Responsible for the safe and sound transport of rescued clients for proper case management and disposition. As well as in getting and returning clients fron the NGA/LGU, community and vice-versa.

SUPPORT TEAM

  1. Social Worker
  2. Health Doctor/Psychologist
  3. Mun. SB member committe on social services Women/ Girls.
  4. PNP
  5. BCPC member ( Barangay Council for the Protection of Children)
Programs

Programs under Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office

  • PYAP ( Pag-Asa Youth Association in the Philippines) –offers livelihood (cow dispersal) and seminars such as Youth Summit and also Immersion Outreach Program for the out of School youth member of this organization. It has 585 youth member as of 2019.
  • SOLO Parent – Republic Act 8972 also known as Solo Parent Welfare Act of 2000,declares that it is the policy of the states to protect and promote the family as the foundation of the nation, strengthen its solidarity and ensure its total development. Towards this end, it shall develop a comprehensive program of services from Solo Parents and their children to be carried out by the Department of Social Welfare and Development Office. It has 350 solo parent members.
  • GAD (Gender and Development) – Gender equality is considered a critical element in achieving Decent work for all women and men, in order to effect social and institutional change that leads to sustainable development with equity and growth. Gender equality refers to equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities that all persons should enjoy, regardless of whether one is born male and female.
  • VAWC/CICL/Social Case Study Referral/ Certificate of Indigency-
  • KAMKARA (Kapisanan ng mga may Kapansanan sa Ragay)- offers ID, Medical purchase booklet, livelihood (carabao & cow dispersal) and livelihood trainings such as shoe repair and massage therapy. It has 415 registered members.
  • PWUD’s (Person who Used Drugs)-
  • KALIPI (Kapisanan ng Liping Pilipina, Inc.) – offers livelihood projects such as cattle & Hog Dispersal and Bigasan. It has also livelihood training such as massage therapy and personality enhancement training (nail care and hair cut). It has 1234 kalipi members and 35 brgys active out of 38 brgys. Women’s month celebration (March).
  • Child Development Teacher -Day Care Service Program is the first step in nurturing one’s talents, skills, abilities and intelligence. Thus, the Local Government Unit of Ragay supports the DSWD Day Care Service Program. For this year, there are fifty-two (52) Child Development Centers and fifty-three (53) Child Development Workers (CDW) formerly called Day Care Workers.
  • Day Care Feeding Program- Supplementary feeding program is the provision of food in addition to the regular meals, to target as part of the DSWD’s contribution to the Early Childhood Care and Development program of the government.
  • Special Program – (Disaster Seminars/Trainings)- it aims to encourage an exchange of experience and knowledge and the creation of networks amongst the disaster managers. It also aims to improve coordination of disaster response and the quality and availability of disaster management tools.
  • AICS (Assistance to Individual in Crisis Situation)– One of the programs of the Department of Social Welfare and Development Office is the Assistance to Individual in Crisis Situation (AICS). The program aims to uplift the morale of the clients who are in need. AICS provides assistance for medical, burial, educational, food and transportation and emergency shelter.
  • PMC (Pre- Marriage Counselling)- Pre-Marriage Counselling (PMC) is one of the major requirements in getting marriage license. This activity promotes premarital education which gave the couples an idea on marriage and what is all about and the responsibilities along with it. Couples with premarital education reported higher levels of marital satisfaction and experienced a decline in the likelihood of separation over years.
  • Senior Citizen- The Senior Citizens Affair of Ragay Camarines Sur is the one of the large and active Peoples Organization in the Municipality of Ragay It is with most advantage that the implementation of Senior Citizen Programs supported by LGU-RAGAY. It has 4462 senior citizen members and offers ID and medical booklet.
  • KALAHI Cidds- otherwise known as the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services, is one of the poverty alleviation programs of the Philippine Government being implemented by the DSWD. It uses the community-driven development (CDD) approach, a globally recognized strategy for achieving service delivery, poverty reduction, and good governance outcomes. It started in 2003, its scale-up was approved on 18 January 2013 by the National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) Board, which was headed by President Benigno Aquino III.
  • 4P’s (Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program)- is a human development measure of the national government that provides conditional cash grants to the poorest of the poor, to improve the health, nutrition, and the education of children aged 0-18. It has 3,450 members.

 

People’s Organization

PYAP (Pag-Asa Youth Association in the Philippines) –offers livelihood (cow dispersal) and seminars such as Youth Summit and also Immersion Outreach Program for the out of School youth member of this organization. It has 585 youth members as of 2019.

NEWS AND EVENTS:

R-PYAP’s LIVELIHOOD PROGRAM  PROMOTES THE DEVELOPMENT OF Ou-of-School-Youth and other disadvantaged youth to become self-reliant, economically productive and socially responsible citizens, able to contribute to the development of their family and community.

COW DISPERSAL EVENT

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GOVERNMENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

ELECTION OF R-PYAP FEDERATION OFFICER

OATH TAKING CEREMONY OF RPYAP OFFICER

ORIENTATION UKP

REGIONAL YOUTH EMPOWERMENT

APPLICATION PROCESS OR REQUIREMENTS OF ANY ISSUANCE:

REQUIREMENTS FOR PYAP MEMBERSHIP

– Application form ( Available at the Field Office V and MSWDOs) – The applicant must be 15 – 30 years old – Photocopy of Birth Certificate – Resume/ Biodata with 2×2 recent photo FOR IN-SCHOOL-YOUTH: – Diploma – Transcript of Records – Certification of Registration – Certificate of Residency indicating the Total Family Income – Barangay Clearance FOR OUT-OF-SCHOOL-YOUTH – Certification of Registration – Certificate of Residency indicating the Total Family Income – Barangay Clearance

DOWNLOADABLE FORMS:

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  • FOR PYAP MEMBERSHIP

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SOLO Parent – Republic Act 8972 also known as Solo Parent Welfare Act of 2000, declares that it is the policy of the states to protect and promote the family as the foundation of the nation, strengthen its solidarity and ensure its total development. Towards this end, it shall develop a comprehensive program of services from Solo Parents and their children to be carried out by the Department of Social Welfare and Development Office. It has 350 solo parent members

WHO IS CONSIDERED SOLO PARENT?

According to RA 8972, you are considered solo parent if you are:

  1. A woman who has given birth (and has decided to keep and raise the child) as a result of rape and other crimes against chastity even without a final conviction of the offender.
  2. A parent left with the sole responsibility of parenthood due to:
  • Death of spouse
  • A court or church declaration of annulment or nullity of marriage and he or she is entrusted with the children custody
  • A medical practitioner certifies the physical and/or mental incapacity of spouse
  • Spouse serving a sentence for a criminal conviction for at least one (1) year
  1. An unmarried parent who has decided to keep his or her child or children instead of giving them to a welfare institution or other caregivers
  2. Any other person solely providing parental care and support to a child or children
  3. Any family member who assumes the responsibility of providing parental care and support in place of the head of the family as a result of
  • Prolonged absence,
  • Disappearance,
  • Abandonment,
  • Death of the parents or solo parent

Children – refers to those living with and dependent upon the solo parent for support who are unmarried, unemployed and not more than eighteen (18) years old or even above 18 years old but are incapable of self-support because of mental and/or physical defect or disability

BENEFITS OF BEING A MEMBER TO SOLO PARENT ORGANIZATION

  • Rights against workplace discrimination on account of solo parent status, with respect to terms and conditions of employment
  • Flexible work schedule provided that individual and company productivity will not be affected
  • Parental leave of not more than seven (7) days every calendar year for solo parents who have rendered at least one (1) year of service

In addition to the services mentioned above, solo parents below the poverty threshold can also avail of these services:

  • Medical Assistance
  • Educational benefits / Assistance (DECS, CHED, TESDA)
  • Livelihood assistance and skills training or capacity building from the Municipal Government
  • TESDA Livelihood and Skills Development Programs
  • Parent Effectiveness Services
  • Counseling Services
  • Stress Management Strategies
  • Special Projects

PROGRAM / PROJECT

  • Provision of national ID
  • Livelihood Projects ;

     – Cow Dispersal

     – Bigasan Project

  • Skills Training ;

     – Food Processing

REGULAR ACTIVITY

  • Regular Monthly Meeting

        Every 2nd Tuesday of the Month

  • Annual Assembly / Year-end Assembly
  • Re-organization / Re-activation of Barangay Solo Parents

APPLICATION PROCESS OR REQUIREMENTS OF ANY ISSUANCE:

HOW TO AVAIL SOLO PARENT ID?

Prepare the following requirements and then submit these to the attending focal person at the municipal social welfare development office

  1. Accomplished Application Form provided by MSWD
  2. Barangay Certificate of Residency
  3. Barangay Captain Certification indicating your status as a solo parent
  4. PSA Birth Certificate of your child/children
  5. Supporting certificates and documents, such as:
  • Certificate No Marriage (CENOMAR)
  • Declaration of Nullity of Marriage
  • Spouse’s death certificate
  • A medical certificate signed by a licensed public medical practitioner as proof of a spouse’s mental or physical incapacity

ISSUANCE OF SOLO PARENT ID

Upon submission of the requirements, the social worker will assess, evaluate, and process your application. Issuance of ID may take one month as per IRR. ID is renewable yearly

  • KAMKARA (Kapisanan ng mga may Kapansanan sa Ragay)- offers ID, Medical purchase booklet, livelihood (carabao & cow dispersal) and livelihood trainings such as shoe repair and massage therapy. It has 415 registered members.

The Repulic Act No. 7277.  An act providing for the rehabilittation , self- development and self reliance of disbaled persons and their integration into the meanstream of society and for other purposes This act shall be known and cited as the “ Magna Carts for Disabled Person”.  The Republic Act No. 10754 providing the Persons with Disablity the opportuninty to participate fully into the mainstream of society by granting them at least 20% discount and exemption from the value added tax on the sale of certain goods and services. The KAMKARA (Kapisanan ng mga may Kapansana sa Ragay Inc.) is one of the  accredited people’s organizations in Ragay Camarines Sur under the supervision of Municipal Social Welfare and decelopment Office.  As of ctober 2020, the KAMKARA (Kapisanan ng mga may Kapansan sa Ragay Inc.) has a total online  registerd members of 421  that is currently participating in the various programs, project and activities. The Local Government Unit has always allocated annual budget for the organization to continuously  implement the programs and projects that would be beneficial to the members and to ensure their Inclusiveness and Equity.

 Issuance of Free PWD ID Card, Medicine and Purchase Booklet

Requirements for securing PWD ID

  1. Medical Certificate
  2. certificate of Indigency or Residency (pls indictae the purpose for PWD ID)
  3. Picture 3 pcs. (1×1)
  4. Duly accomplished Appication Form
  • Programs/Project
  • Capability building
  • Skills Training
  • Shoe/bag repair
  • Massage thrapy
  • Rug making
  • Meat processing
  • Livelihood Project
  • Hog/cattle and carabao dispersal
  • Activities
  • National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitaion Week- July
  • International Day of Person with Disability- December 3
  • Regualr Quarterly Meeting- every third Friday of the month

KALIPI (Kapisanan ng Liping Pilipina, Inc.) – offers livelihood projects such as cattle & Hog Dispersal and Bigasan. It has also livelihood training such as massage therapy and personality enhancement training (nail care and hair cut). It has 1234 kalipi members and 35 brgys active out of 38 brgys. Women’s month celebration (March).

KALIPI (kapisanan ng Liping Pilipina, Inc.)

KALIPI is a Women’s organized group and one of the people’s organizations in Ragay, Camarines Sur under the supervision of Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office. The organization was established in 2002-2003 and in span of one year 15 barangays were able to organize. Over the years, more women have become members and several other barangays were organized. The objective of KALIPI is to empower women of their rights, capacitate with skills and knowledge, and helps to alleviate the social status through programs and projects and various trainings. The Local Government Unit has always allocated annual budget for the organization to continue flourish and serve its purpose. At present, October 2020, we have 1234 active members in 35 active barangays in Ragay, Camarines Sur.

PROGRAM / PROJECT:

  • livelihood – Cattle and Hog Dispersal
  • Bigasan
  • Micro finance
  • CAPABILITY BUILDING
  • Women Empowerment
  • Personality Development

SKILLS TRAINING :

–     nail care and hair cut,

–     massage therapy

–     Shoe/bag repair

–     coco twine

  • REGULAR ACTIVITY;
  • womens month celebration-March
  • Year Assessment Forum – December
  • Regular meeting – every 1st Friday of the month

APPLICATION PROCESS OR REQUIRMENTS OF ANY ISSUANCE:

  • Membership to the association shall be:
  1. All women single/married/widow/ separated with ages 18-59 years old in the Municipality
  2. women who are members of any government and private organization
  3. women who are resident of the Municipality and (1) Law Abiding Citizen (2) with good moral Character (3) is in good health
  4. Women who are willing to attend meeting, seminars, trainings
  5. Registered member will be identified though their I.D.
  • Child Development Teacher -Day Care Service Program is the first step in nurturing one’s talents, skills, abilities and intelligence. Thus, the Local Government Unit of Ragay supports the DSWD Day Care Service Program. For this year, there are fifty-two (52) Child Development Centers and fifty-three (53) Child Development Workers (CDW) formerly called Day Care Workers.

MASTERLIST OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT WORKERS of RAGAY as of SEPTEMBER 2020

BARANGAY

NAME OF Child Development Center

NAME OF Child Development Worker

1.Agao-Ao Little Lamb 1.Melany A. Alforte
2.Agrupacion Sunshine 2.Avelina N. Lopera
3.Amomokpok Fairyland 3.Catherine P. Dalma
4.Apad Tangible 4.Elsa D. Gordon
5.Apad Centro Kaagapay 5.Leah T. Dauran
6.Apale Munting Tanglaw 6.Rosalinda  S. Galamiton
7.Banga Centro Jolly Kids 7.Mary Ann E. Taimzon
8.Banga N. San Isidro 8.Marilou M. Andes
9.Baya Centro Bulilit 9.Maribel A. Jullanes
10.Baya Palang Star Bright 10.Aprilyn Layug
11.Binahan P. San Isidro 11.Gina G. Almonte
12.Binahan P.Centro Blossom 12.Jennifer A. Abainza
13.Binahan Upper Lovely Kids 13.Ara E. Cernito
14.Buenasuerte Starbright 14.Marina D. Orong
15.Cabadisan Centro Little Angel 15.Diana V. Marasigan
16Cabinitan Little Angel 16.Juana R. Domaya
17.Cabugao St. Anthony 17.Imelda  V. Orsal
18.Caditaan Kiddieland 18.Raquel G. Obilda
19.Cale Star 19.Ruth G. Peñaverde
20.Cat.Proper St.Vincent 20.Honey E. Estorninos
21Cat.Proper Bagong Silang Milagrosa 21.Cynthia A. Mendoza
22.F. Simeon Centro Munting Anghel 22.Marites R. Paredes
23.F. Simeon Sisa Bagong Pag Asa 23.Marilou F. Guiling
24.GRS Batbat Angel of God 24.Annabel A. Gonzales
25.GRS Centro Little Friend 25.Gemma D. Buban
26.GRS Recta Little Angel 26.Justina D. Agarin
27.GRS Paco Twinklers 27.Mary Jane G. Reyes
28.Cawayan San Rafael 28.Ma. Jezel J. Macasinag
29.Laguio Disneyland 29.Marlene C. Babali
30. Liboro Centro Little Love 30.Felisa M. Benosa
31.Liboro Cabising Dreamland 31.Charito A. Moresca
32.Liboro Amlongon Smart Kids 32.Eden M. Bayeta
33.Liboro Iraya Little Learners 33.Ma. Hidelita A. Mandalihan
34.Lohong Centro Star Angel 34.Alona D. Panaligan
35.Lower Omon Flower 35.Venus L. Ibañez
36.Lower Omon M. Matago 36.Judylyn R. Garcera
37.Lower Sta.Cruz Lovely 37.Liza M. Abellada
38.Panaytayan Crossing Little Star 38.Chona D. Claro
39.Panayatyan Iraya Kiddie Care 39.Montessa J. Marquise
40.Panaytayan N. Munting Tinig 40.Sylvia O. Largado
41.Patalunan San Isidro 41.Marites C. Belmonte
42.Pob.Ilaod Wonderland 42.Supinda Saethryd B. Dulfo 43.Susan D. Arenque
43.Pob.Iraya Little Twinkle 44.Ma. Rosario Dela Rosa
44.Pob.Iraya B. Little Deamer 45.Nerissa J. Joble
45.PJN Sampaguita 46.Airyn A. Hernandez
46.PJS St. Mary 47.Erlinda C. Dauran
47.Salvacion Toddler 48.Gloria A. Briones
48.Samay Little Angel 49.Mary Grace E. Doguiles
49.San Rafael Happy Kids 50.Maricar Ricoso
50.Tagbac Amiable 51.Corazon R. Calleja
51.Upper Omon Diamond 52.Ariane May C. Noc Noc
52.Upper Sta.Cruz Liwayway 53.Joanne A. Mejes

Children’s Congress

Children Congress Objective:

  1. To Showcase the different talents of children
  2. To boost the children’s social skills
  3. To up lift the children’s intellectual, mental, emotional and physical capabilities

Parent’s Congress

Parent Congress Objective:

  1. To showcase innate talent & skills of Daycare Parents
  2. To establish strong alliance and camaraderine between parents, Community Development Teachers Local Offices.
  3. To give fun and entertainment
  4. To engage Daycare Parents to social activities.

For the month of November, Children’s Congress theme was: “KARAPATANG PAMBATA PATULOY NA GAMPANAN TUNGO SA MAGANDANG KINABUKASAN”. The events includes vocal solo, draw and tell, folkdance, tula and modern dance. This year’s guest of honor was Ms. Liz Ann Ramos, LGOOIV. Maam Liz Ann Ramos delivering her speech which is for the Rights of every Child. And it said that the child must born and have name and nationality. Also, to have a family who will love and care for the child and to live in a peaceful community and wholesome environment. She also discusses that the children must give a good education to obtain and develop their potentials and also given them opportunities for playing and leisure. And the last is to be protected against abuse, exploitation, neglect, violence and danger

  • Senior Citizen- The Senior Citizens Affair of Ragay Camarines Sur is the one of the large and active Peoples Organization in the Municipality of Ragay It is with most advantage that the implementation of Senior Citizen Programs supported by LGU-RAGAY. It has 4462 senior citizen members and offers ID and medical booklet.

PUBLIC REPORTS FOR POSTING:

SENIOR CITIZEN

APPLICATION PROCESS OR REQUIRMENTS OF ANY ISSUANCE:

REQUIREMENT FOR NEW APPLICANT FOR SENIOR CITIZEN

  1. Must be 60-year-old and above.
  2. 1 pc 1×1 picture with white background
  3. 1 pc 2×2 picture for purchase booklet
  4. Duly accomplished application form.
  5. Bring one of the following supporting documents
  6. Birth Certificate Barangay Certification      g. Valid ID
  7. Marriage Contract Postal ID
  8. COMELEC ID Driver’s License

OFFICIAL SENIOR CITIZEN IDENTIFICATION CARD

Benefits and privileges of Senior Citizen member under Republic Act No. 9994.

  1. Free medical and dental diagnosis and Laboratory services in all government facilities.
  2. 20% discount for medicines.
  3. 20% discount in hotels, restaurant, recreation center etc.
  4. 20% discount in theaters, cinema house and concert halls.
  5. 20% discount in medical/ services, diagnostics Laboratory fees in private facilities.
  6. 20% discount on burial services
  7. 20% discount in fares for domestic air, sea and public land transport services
  8. 5% discount for monthly utilization of water and electricity
  9. 5% discount in basic necessities and prime commodities
  10. 12% VAT exemption on the purchase of goods services
  11. Mandatory membership in the government’s healthcare system, Philhealth persons and corporation violating RA9994 and RA 10645 shall be penalized for exclusive use of Senior Citizen abuse pf privileges is punishable by law.

SAMPLE MEDICINE BOOKLET

NEWS AND EVENTS:

REGULAR PROGRAMS

  1. Every 15th day of the month Barangay Association of Senior Citizen Affair (BACSA) presidents meeting.
  2. Celebration of “Linggo ng katandaanevery October.
  3. Social Pension pay out every 2 quarter of the year for 3,190 beneficiares.
  4. Year end Assembly
SPECIAL PROGRAM
  • SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING PROGRAM FOR DAY CARE CHILDREN AND SUPERVISED NEIGHBORHOOD PLAYGROUP (SNP) Supplementary feeding program is the provision of food in addition to the regular meals with 00 allocations each child for 120 feeding sessions to cater ages 2 to 4 and 11 mons old children enrolled in Day Care Center and supervised neighborhood playgroups as part of the DSWD’s contribution to the Early Childhood Care and Development program of the government.
  • PWUD’s (Person who Used Drugs)-

The MSWD office is in-charge to handle the After Care Program after completion the Community Based Rehabilitation program under RHU. There were 88 PWUDS who completed the after-care program with the following activities :

  1. Seminar on Strengthening Family Relationship
  2. Tree Planting Activity at Barangay Laguio
  3. Coastal Clean Up Activity at Barangay San Rafael
  4. Seminar on Men Oppose Violence Everywhere (MOVE)
  5. Seminar on Empowerment Reaffirmation of Paternal Abilities (ERPAT)
  6. Livelihood Project- (seed capital) 15 beneficiary were given Php 15,000.00 as seed capital under SLP from DSWD

The government continues to support person who uses drugs for the better,

CONTACT INFORMATION

MSWDO – 09175028770

Have Questions?

Don't hesitate to contact us.

Where to Find Us

Address

Poblacion, Ragay 4410 Camarines Sur

Email

info@ragay.gov.ph

Road Clearing Hotline

PSO Hotline: 09177026947

MDRRMO: 09455192112

Contact Number

Mayors Office: 0917-327-6659

PNP: 0939-869-4996

BFP: 0917-328-7612

MDDRM: 0945-519-2112

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