CSWDO 2023 Accomplishment Report

I. INTRODUCTION

The City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) being the social welfare arm of the City Government of Baybay is mandated by the law to operate on the aspiration that the most disadvantaged, those who are socially, economically and physically handicapped shall be provided with opportunities needed to develop self-reliance and become participating members of the community.

CSWDO was devolved and decentralized to the City Government pursuant to Republic Act No. 7160, also known as the Local Government Code of 1991, Chapter 2, Section 17 – Consistent with local autonomy and decentralization, the provision for the delivery of basic services and facilities shall be devolved from the National Government to provinces, cities, municipalities, and barangays so that each LGU shall be responsible for a minimum set of services and facilities in accordance with established national policies, guidelines, and standards.” Programs such as Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), Assistance to Persons with Disabilities and Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation (AICS) are adopted in the city level or those that the LGU benefited from its implementation at the national level. Moreover, the Social Pension for Indigent Senior Citizens and Implementation of the Centenarian Act is in transition to the National Commission on Senior Citizens.

Baybay’s City Social Welfare and Development Office (CSWDO) is mandated to provide basic social services and to enhance the quality of life to the disadvantaged citizenry of the city through a comprehensive and efficient delivery of social services.

II. CITY’S VISION:

Baybay, a progressive and resilient city with a healthy environment.

III. CSWDO MISSION:

The City Social Welfare and Development Office aims to develop, administer and implement comprehensive programs and services and response to the city’s social problems and concerns. Its ultimate mission is individual’s transformation from a state of dependency to self-reliance.

IV.ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

V. PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

The services offered by the CSWDO are as follows:

  1. ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT SERVICES
    • Information Management
    • General Services and Records Management
    • Supply Management and Accounting
    • Personnel Management
  1. FAMILY AND COMMUNITY WELFARE PROGRAM
    1. Parent Effectiveness Services (PES) / Responsible Parenthood Service
    2. Pre-Marriage Counseling
    3. Marriage Counseling
    4. Family Casework/ Counseling
    5. Social Services for Solo Parents
    6. Livelihood Program
  2. WOMEN WELFARE
    1. Advocacy Campaign
    2. Self-Enhanced/ Skills Development
    3. Productivity Skills/ Livelihood Development
    4. Community Participation Skills Development
  1. CHILDREN AND YOUTH WELFARE
    1. Advocacy Campaign
    2. Supplementary Feeding Program
    3. Child Development / Day Care Services
    4. Supervised Neighborhood Play (SNP)
    5. Scholarship Grants for Indigent but deserving High School Students
    6. Intervention, Diversion and Rehabilitation Program for CICL
    7. Special Drug Education Center
  1. SENIOR CITIZENS WELFARE
    1. Advocacy Campaign
    2. Registration and Issuance of Senior Citizen ID and Purchase Booklets
    3. Elderly Filipino Week Celebration/ Senior Citizens Conventions
    4. Organization Capacitating the Senior Citizens
    5. One-Shot Subsidy for All Senior Citizens @ P700.00 Annually
    6. Death Benefit Assistance for Senior Citizens
    7. Cash Incentive for Centenarian Senior Citizens
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  1. PERSONS WITH DISABILITY WELFARE
    1. Advocacy Campaign
    2. Registration and Issuance of PWD ID and Purchase Booklets
    3. PDAO Operation and Services
    4. Provision of Auxiliary Social Services (include assistive devices)
    5. One-Shot Subsidy for PWDs @ P600.00 Annually
    6. Social/ Vocational Preparation for Employment Services
    7. Organizing and Capacitating PWDs
  1. DISASTER MANAGEMENT
    1. Provision of Family Food Packs and Non Food Items to affected families
    2. Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM)
  1. EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE
    1. Transportation Assistance
    2. Educational Assistance
    3. Medical Assistance
    4. Burial Assistance
    5. Food Assistance and other emergency needs
  1. ASSIST IN DSWD REGULAR PROGRAMS
    1. Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situation
    2. Social Pension Program
    3. Centenarian Program
    4. Sustainable Livelihood Program
    5. Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)
    6. Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT)