Issue of November 3, 2019
     
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New facilities seen to enrich social services
by DSWD release

The Department of Social Welfare and Development has inaugurated three newly renovated facilities, two of which were improved under its Centers and Residential Care Facilities (CRCF) Project.

The CRCF Project, which aims to build client-responsive facilities was first implemented by the DSWD in 2017 with a budget of around P603 million.

Back then, the amount was only sufficient to cover the basic repairs in the facilities. In 2018, the Project’s funding was increased to P2.3 billion covering 210 infrastructure projects in the country.

The Project started in the region in 2018. A year after its implementation, the agency inaugurated the Regional Haven for Women and Girls (Regional Haven) and the Regional Rehabilitation Center for Youth (RRCY) on Oct. 14.

The Regional Training Center was also inaugurated on the said date.

The inauguration was graced by DSWD Sec. Rolando Joselito Bautista who assured the readiness of the DSWD to extend help to those in need.

The Regional Haven provides alternative family home care to girls and women who are survivors of abuse, exploitation, neglect or violence.

It also serves as a temporary shelter for clients needing protective custody and psychosocial interventions. The center caters to nine residents.

The RRCY serves as a nurturing out-of-home placement for children in conflict with the law who are in need of intensive treatment for the rehabilitation and final reintegration into his family and community.

Seven residents are availing the services of RRCY.

The Regional Training Center is being used for various institutional development and capability building activities. It also equipped with a dormitory which is expected to accommodate transients later this year.

DSWD-Cordillera OIC Regional Director Leo L. Quintilla encouraged strong collaboration among the stakeholders for better service delivery.

Aside from the said facilities, the Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC) located in Wangal, La Trinidad, Benguet is still under construction. The center is expected to be complete in December.

RSCC is a 24-hour residential care facility for zero to six-year-old children. It provides protection and rehabilitation services through temporary residential care to neglected, abandoned, abused, exploited children, and those with special needs.


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