DSWD provides assistance for indigents’ free medicines at PGH

Started on March 1, 2017 onwards, qualified indigent patients at Philippine General Hospital (PGH) may now avail the medicine assistance under the Libreng Gamot para sa Masa (Lingap sa Masa) project being implemented by Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR).

Lingap sa Masa is among the initiated projects under the Office of the President aiming to provide free medicines for either in or out patients, who can no longer afford to buy such due to crisis situations.

A Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between DSWD and PGH was signed on February 28, 2017 wherein the roles of both parties were stipulated in order to smoothly implement the medicine program for indigent citizens.

Stationed at the office of PGH’s medical social services, a social worker and an administrative assistant from DSWD-NCR are facilitating the assessment, validation and recommendation for provision of assistance to qualified patients of the hospital.

Based on the signed MOA, a guarantee letter addressed to PGH management will be issued by DSWD-NCR once a qualified indigent client has been assessed by the Medical Social Services team upon submission of the following valid documents:  doctor’s prescription with date and name of patient signed by attending physician with license number indicated or as prescribed by the Health team and duly signed by the resident physician and approved by their senior officers (indicating also all license number of attending physicians); Proof of Indigency, such as but not limited to Barangay Certificate of Residency/Indigency or certification of Indigency/Classification Card issued by the UP-PGH Medical Social Service; and valid Identification Card (ID)which shall be the basis for the provision of medicines available at the hospital’s pharmacy.

Intended beneficiaries of the program are the families/individuals who are indigent, vulnerable, disadvantaged or those in the informal sector and poor based on the DSWD Listahanan database, or government employees and Contract of Service workers needing such assistance, and those in crisis situation based on the assessment of the Social Workers.

“This program is another manifestation of the Department’s mantra on ‘Maagap at Mapagkalingang Serbisyo’ wherein hospital patients can now avail the free medicines conveniently at PGH where they are having their regular check-ups and treatment for any medical conditions,” said by DSWD-NCR Regional Director Vincent Andrew T. Leyson.

Meanwhile, whenever the medicines needed by the patients are not available at the PGH pharmacy, guarantee letter will be issued for the client’s availment of medicines which may be available within the drugstores outside PGH with ongoing MOA with DSWD.###

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DSWD-NCR recognizes loyalty awardees and retirees for the Department’s 66th anniversary

DSWD-NCR Regional Director Vincent Andrew T. Leyson (from left) and ASec. Hope Hervilla awarded the plaque of appreciation and cash incentives to Ms. Remedios A. Anday who marks her 40 years in service in the Department and recently retired as Social Welfare Officer II at Community-Based Services Section (CBSS), during this year’s DSWD anniversary celebration.

With a theme: “DSWD@66:May Malasakit,” the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) culminated this year’s anniversary celebration through the recognition of loyalty awardees composed of staff who have reached another milestone in their public service and giving tribute for its 2016 retirees.

Held on February 22, 2017 at the Field Office grounds, Assistant Secretary Hope Hervilla joined the DSWD-NCR officials and staff in the celebration by assisting the awarding of plaque and cash incentives to the loyalty awardees and plaque of appreciation for the retirees.

In her keynote speech, ASec. Hervilla expressed how amazed she was that some staff has served the Department for more than a decade which for her is a true love not only for their profession but for the people they are serving as well.

“Thank you for bringing me here, thank you for bringing me at the level of this experience for 66 years of celebration… thank you Director Leyson.. thank you awardees because I think this experience is not an ordinary experience. This is an experience that brings me to a new level of giving service to the people… I think 40 years, 10 years, 20 years, 30 years, is a long years of patience, of understanding , of love, to our work, to our people  and I salute you for that,”ASec. Hervilla emphasized.

Meanwhile, Ms. Charito R. Paran, Social Welfare Officer III from Elsie Gaches Village (EGV) and is now in her 35th year in service reminisced the moments she has during her earlier years in the Department where she handles the women’s programs.

Ms. Paran also proudly narrated in her speech on how a former client showed up to her and humbly expressed gratitude to the Department as the said former client is now an instructor for skills training in food processing.

Regional Director Vincent Andrew T. Leyson likewise congratulated the awardees as they demonstrated true love and compassion for the clients being served by the Department which made them stayed for more than a decade in service.

“May we continuously love (our work) without expecting anything in return… we know in DSWD that we still have more clients to serve who really need our assistance… yet, we are also hopeful that with our help and support of our stakeholders, we can uplift the level of well-being of our clients who are in need.”

As response from the retirees, Ms. Florida O. Corpuz, Houseparent II at Sanctuary Center and has served the Department for 39 years shared her thoughts of considering them, the retirees, as graduates.

“I choose the word graduate rather than retiree… If I say I retire, as if I won’t take a bath daily anymore… the word graduate for me is a feeling of advancing to a higher pedestal in the university of love,” Ms. Corpuz shared.

A total of 45 loyalty awardees received their cash incentives and plaque during the activity while 12 retirees received their plaques and given with tribute for their selfless and compassionate service to the clients being served by the Department. ###

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DSWD-NCR encourages the public to legally adopt a child

To uphold the best interest of children who are neglected, abandoned and surrendered, the Department of Social Welfare and Development – National Capital Region (DSWD-NCR) continuously encourages the public to legally adopt a child.

“Legal adoption is a way to ensure that the rights and security of adopted children are same with that of biological child. This prevents the child from being trafficked that is happening by direct placement which involves birth certificate simulation,” DSWD-NCR Regional Director Vincent Andrew T. Leyson said.

Children who are already declared as legally available for adoption can be matched to the Prospective Adoptive Parents (PAPs) thru the matching conference being conducted by the Regional Child Welfare Specialist Group (RCWSG). Thereafter, the Pre-Adoption Placement Authority (PAPA) and Affidavit of Consent to Adopt (ACA) will be issued by DSWD-NCR to the PAPs. Placement of the child to the PAPs will then takes place upon issuance of the said two (2) documents.

The prospective adoptive parent/s must possess the following qualifications: Filipino citizen of legal age; at least 16 years older than the person to be adopted (adopter may be related within the fourth degree of consanguinity or non-relative of the adoptee); has good moral character and has not been convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude; in a good status to  support and educate the adoptee; and must be emotionally and psychologically capable of caring for his/her legitimate and illegitimate children and the child to be adopted; and undergone the pre-adoption services.

Alien citizens possessing the above-stated qualifications may also adopt a child from the Philippines provided his/her country has a diplomatic relation with the Republic of the Philippines; resident of the Philippines for at least three (3) continuous years prior to the filing of the application for adoption and maintain such residency until the adoption decree is entered; he/she has legal capacity to adopt; and his/her government allows the adoptee to enter their country.

As part of the advocacy to the public on local adoption, a walk for legal adoption was recently conducted at QC Memorial Circle which was participated by the National Government Agencies (NGAs) and members of the Association of Child Caring Agencies of the Philippines (ACCAP).

Said activity is also in line with this year’s adoption consciousness celebration which carries the theme: “Pagmamahal Palaganapin, Legal na Pag-aampon Ating Gawin! (Spread Unconditional Love through Legal Adoption).”

Adoption help desk were likewise installed at Regional Trial Court (RTC) in Paranaque on February 13, 2017 and at Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) Main Office Ground Floor on February 17, 2017, at SM Mall of Asia, SM Megamall, SM North EDSA, SM Manila, SM San Mateo, SM Fairview and SM Marikina on February 18 and 19, 2017, Department of Health on February 21, 2017 and at Department of Justice on fecbruary 22, 2017.

In 2016, DSWD-NCR has facilitated the issuance of Certificate Declaring the Child as Legally Available for Adoption (CDCLAA) to 136 abandoned/ foundling children and 90 surrendered children.

A total of 89 cases for local matching were also facilitated by the Field Office while 153 children were provided with regional clearance for the inter-country adoption.###

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DSWD-NCR meets overseas Filipinos in distress

Participants of the activity underwent into a workshop where they discussed and noted the concerns, actions/steps taken, services availed, gaps and personal recommendation pertaining to their experiences as overseas Filipinos in distress.

Unpaid salaries, benefits and need for other employment assistance are among the concerns of the repatriated Overseas Filipino workers as raised during the conduct of assembly cum consultation dialogue with overseas Filipinos in distress led by DSWD-NCR on January 10, 2017.

DSWD-NCR Regional Director Vincent Andrew T. Leyson in his welcome remarks encourages the 82 OFWs who participated in the activity to maximize the consultation in raising their concerns as it will help in evaluating the programs and services of the government in addressing the issues confronting them, the so called “new hero” of the country.

“We have in here the representatives from our Social Welfare Attache Office (SWATO), TESDA, DFA, Migrante International, National Reintegration Center of OFWs and OWWA who will later give you salient information about the programs and services we could offer for all of you, thus, take this opportunity also to personally raise to us your concerns,” Director Leyson emphasized.

Meanwhile, in her discussion about the services being offered by Migrante International, Ms. Pamela Pangilinan, representative of said organization commends the conduct of the activity as it serves as an effort of the government to reach-out and consult the repatriated OFWs.

Ms. Pangilinan said “lubos ang aming pasasalamat dahil sa pagkakataong ito, hindi ang OFW ang nangangalampag sa gobyerno, kundi DSWD ang kumakatok sa OFWs upang malaman ang mga suliranin nila sa labas ng bansa.”

Likewise, Atty. Raul Dado, Executive Director of the Office of the Migrant Workers’ Affairs of DFA invited the attendees to personally file their concerns in his office in order to address their dilemmas based on their respective circumstances.

In 2016, DSWD-NCR has served a total of 389 OFWs through the provision of transportation and financial assistance and temporary shelter to them based on their immediate need as assessed by the social worker. ###

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DSWD NCR assists devotees of the Black Nazarene’s Traslacion

Staff and officials of DSWD-NCR led by Director Vincent Andrew T. Leyson assisted the devotees of the recent Traslacion of the Black Nazarene starting from the “Pahalik” on January 8, 2017 until the actual conduct of the procession on January 9 which was being participated by millions of people.

A total of 42 DSWD personnel were deployed during the activity wherein four (4) persons who need medical attentions were given assistance through the aid of the Department’s medical team while 11 minors, three (3) adults and three (3) senior citizens who were reported as missing were fortunately reunited with their respective families.

Likewise, a 71 year-old street dweller was reached-out during the activity and was later referred to GRACES. One (1) adult female who is mentally ill was also referred to National Center for Mental Health in Mandaluyong City for proper case disposition.

As part of its mandate in providing assistance to public in case of disaster/emergency situation and as committed member of the Metro Manila Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council, DSWD-NCR will continuously deliver genuine public service during the conduct of the alike activities.###

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DSWD leads information cum service caravan in Manila

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the second leg of information caravan being conducted by DSWD, services were offered to the residents of Barangay 105, Manila in coordination with barangay officials, other National Government Agencies (NGAs) and Non-Government Organization (NGO) on December 17, 2016.

Among the services availed by the residents are the free massage and haircut by the graduates of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), medical and dental mission with provision of medicines courtesy of Department of Health (DOH) and Diskwento Caravan organized by Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).

Tzu Chi Foundation also distributed 20 kilograms of rice to 200 identified recipients wherein 50 of them are beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya while 150 were non-beneficiaries and who were selected with the help of the barangay officials.

Meanwhile, DSWD social workers manned the help desk where prospective clients filed their inquiries about DSWD programs and services.

While the activity is ongoing, some DSWD staff went to Isla Puting Bato in Barangay 20, Tondo Manila to inform the residents about the programs and services of the Department which they can avail as long that they will present the proofs that they are genuinely in-need clients.

The information drive in Isla Puting Bato was made through dialogue with the residents and distribution of leaflets that contains salient information regarding DSWD programs.

The first conduct of the information caravan was on November 12, 2016 at Plaza Miranda in Quiapo Manila wherein the passersby and market vendors were provided with leaflets and information.###

 

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Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries celebrate PaskuJuan2016

Youth sitting below are the dancers who represent Manila City in the group dance competition and who won as the 1st runner-up. Standing behind them are the staff and official of DSWD-NCR together with the judges of the competitions.

Aside from displaying the products they sell from the capital assistance they received under the DSWD’s Sustainable Livelihood Program, Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries also showcased their talents in singing and dancing during the celebration of PaskuJuan 2016 with the theme: “Tunay na malasakit, tunay na kaunlaran” on December 16, 2016.

Held at the DSWD Field Office NCR grounds, the contestants of the mentioned competitions from the 17 LGUs in Metro Manila gave their best performances to bring home the bacon.

Among the judges are Ms. Shirley Gallibu, Executive Officer II of DENR-NCR, Mr. Nonilo V. Libertad, Jr., CPA, Founder, of CLSM Beacon Coaching and Consulting, Inc. a consulting firm for SMEs and MSMEs and Ms. Maria Jessica T. Lee one of the owners of Asian Touch International Training Institute Inc.

Meanwhile, in his message to the participants, DSWD-NCR Regional Director Vincent Andrew T. Leyson expressed thankfulness that the beneficiaries of the program are valuing the assistance of the Department through their undying commitment to work with the government in uplifting their quality of life.

“We are more inspired to deliver our Maagap at Magpagkalingang serbisyo to all of you because we saw how dedicated your efforts are in working with us to bring positive changes in your life and to eventually leave poverty behind,” Director Leyson said.

At the end of the program, the contestant from Manila City won as the winner in the dance contest who received P5,000 wherein the contestant from Valenzuela and Marikina won as 2nd and 3rd runners-up and received P3,000 and P2,000 respectively. Consolation prize amounting to P1,000 was given to the other remaining contestants per LGU.

On the other side, the contestant from Quezon City won as 1st Prize in the solo singing contest who received P3,000.00 while the contestants from Pasig and Mandaluyong were awarded as 2nd and 3rd runners-up and received P2,000 and P1,000, respectively.

The consolation price for the other contestants was P500.00 each.###

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INA Healing center marks its 10th year founding anniversary

 

Inang Naulila sa Anak (INA) Healing Center being managed by DSWD-NCR celebrates its 10th year anniversary with a theme “10th Year Celebration of Bringing Light and Hope” last December 14, 2016 at Social Hall, INA Healing Center, DSWD Central Office Compound, Quezon City.

The foundation of Ina Healing Center marks its 10th year in serving bereaved mothers and families towards recovery from the loss of their loved ones. Ms. Gina P. De Venecia’s loss of her daughter served as inspiration to the creation of the beautiful center that adheres to promote mental health and gives hope to grieving mothers since its foundation on December 16, 2006.

“Hindi hadlang ang mawalan ng anak upang magsimula ng panibagong buhay. Masakit mawalan ng mahal sa buhay pero dapat tayo magpatuloy para sa ating sariling kinabukasan. Andiyan lang sila gumagabay sa atin at patuloy na gagabay sa atin sa mga desisyon sa buhay at pangarap na nais makamtan,” said by Mrs. De Venecia as guest speaker during the celebration.

The morning activity was started with a simple mass officiated by Rev. John Castillo of Mother of Divine Providence Parish. It is through this simple mass that the center was able to give thanks for the blessings received and to offer prayers to the souls of the departed loved ones of the clients. The officiating priest also blessed the corners of the center.

 

After the mass, fun games such as group cheering competition, ring toss, paint me a picture and human Christmas tree were held for the participants who are from Local Government Units (LGUs), peer support mentors, bereaved mothers, and DSWD staffs.

For the past years, the center has provided holistic approach in serving the bereaved families, which includes provision of psychosocial interventions and social services that uplift their well-being.

At present, there are 341 bereaved mothers saved from 17 partner LGU’s implementing the healing and grief management in the communities. With the positive impact of the program to the clients, the center continuously serves in collaboration with partners from LGUs and Non-Government Organizations.

A total of 38 mothers from different areas such as Mandaluyong, Quezon City and Navotas, together with the partner implementers from Local Government Unit and IFI Inc. participated during the activity.

Part of the activity was awarding of Plaque of Appreciation to partners who are been actively supporting the implementation of Healing and Grief Management of INA Healing Center in the community. The partners from the LGU of Navotas, Mandaluyong and Gulod are among the recipients of the award.###

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