Social Welfare & Development Office

SOCIAL WELFARE AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICE

Where to go: Ground Floor, PCEDO Bldg., Capitol Compound, City of San Fernando (P)

Head of Office: Elizabeth E. Baybayan

Tel No.: (045) 963-5022

Availability: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m

Assistance to individuals in Crisis Situations (Relief assistance)

About the Service:

Relief assistance refers to the provision of timely and appropriate food (covering at least one and a half day subsistence) and non-food commodities to victims of natural or man-made calamities or any form of distressed situation to prevent starvation or nutritional decline or health and security hazards.

Requirements:

 a) Referral letter from Municipal Welfare or Disaster Office

b) MDAO Report

c) Certification/Fire report from Bureau of Fire

d) Barangay Certificate of Indigency

e) Any Valid I.D

f) Pictures (disaster result)

Fees: None

Steps to Avail Service:

What to do Action Undertaken Time Person in-charge
Submit requirements and wait while documents are reviewed Review documents 5 minutes Social Worker
Submit to interview, assessment and evaluation Conduct Interview, assessment and evaluation 30 minutes Social Worker
Sign Requisition Distribution Sheet (RDS) Issue RDS and stubs for relief distribution 2 minutes Social Worker
Claim assistance Release assistance 10 minutes Releasing Officer

Assistance to individuals in Crisis Situations (Financial / Medical Assistance)

About the Service:

It is the provision of financial and/or other assistance to individual or families who are hampered to function normally because of socio-economic difficulty which is usually short term and emergency in nature, thus the assistance is one shot deal or maybe extended per need assessment (medical/hospital bill discount (JBL Hospital only), transportation (Balik Probinsya), food assistance, bereavement assistance).

Requirements:

a) Referral letter from Municipal Welfare 

b) Social Case Study report or Intake Sheet (for fire, tornado victims, etc)

c) Certification/Fire report from Bureau of Fire

d) Barangay Certificate of Indigency

e) Any Valid I.D

f) Pictures 

Fees: None

Steps to Avail Service:

What to do Action Undertaken Time Person in-charge
Submit requirements and wait while documents are reviewed Review documents 5 minutes Social Worker
Submit to interview, assessment and evaluation Conduct Interview, assessment and evaluation 30 minutes Social Worker
Wait while transaction is processed Prepares assistance other supporting papers 3 minutes Social Worker
Claim assistance Release assistance 5 minutes Releasing Officer

 

                

Sunday, October 22, 2017

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