SOCIAL PROFILE

Health

HEALTH, NUTRITION, and SANITATION PROFILE

Health Personnel

The City Health Office (CHO) in Santa Rosa is divided into Health Office I and Health Office II. Each health office is equally attending the 18 barangays in the city.

The Health Office 1 covers the barangays of Tagapo, Market Area, Kanluran, Ibaba, Malusak, Labas, and bayshore barangays of Caingin, Sinalhan, and Aplaya. On the other hand, CHO 2 covers the barangays of Macabling, Balibago, Pooc, Dila, Dita, Malitlit, Pulong Sta.Cruz, Don Jose, and Santo Domingo.

Table 5-13 shows the number of health personnel in the City of Santa Rosa.

Source: City Health Offices 1 & 2, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna.

Table 5-14 shows the ratio of health personnel to the local residents of Santa Rosa. The data reveal that the ratio of public health doctors, nurses, midwives, dentists, sanitary inspectors, and barangay health workers to the total population in the City of Santa Rosa did not meet the standards.

Although there are slight improvements in the number of nurses and midwives in CHO 1, it is highly recommended to hire more doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel to fill the service demand of growing population.

Health Facilities, Public and Private

Health Care Facilities (HCFs) comprise hospitals, lying-in clinics, medical and dental clinics, optical centers, medical laboratories, and pharmacies. In the City of Santa Rosa, almost all HCFs are privately owned (99) and only one percent is owned by the government.

In 2013, these HCFs in the city employed an estimated 2,603 employees, both medical and non­medical staff.

Santa Rosa has a total of seven hospitals with a hospital bed-population ratio of 2 beds for every 1,000 population (Table 5-15).

Majority (57) of these hospitals are categorized as Level III, which means these are departmentalized hospitals. These hospitals render services such as general medicine, pediatrics, surgery, anesthesia, obstetrics and gynecology, first and second level radiology, second and tertiary clinical laboratory, pharmacy, specialty clinical care, and nursing care for patients needing intermediate supervised, total, and intensive care.

The remaining hospitals (43) are categorized as Level II, or non-departmentalized hospitals. These hospitals render all services of Level III hospitals except for specialty clinical care, secondary level radiology, tertiary clinical laboratory, and total and intensive nursing care for patients.

In 2013, there were a total of eight registered lying-in clinics in Santa Rosa. These are all privately­owned, with a total bed capacity of 21. These facilities had a total of 18 personnel, of which 13 are midwives and five are nurses (Table 5-17).

Family Planning and Maternal Care Services

As shown in Table 5-18, there are a total of 11 family planning services rendered by the City Health Offices in the City of Santa Rosa. In 2013, there were 29,246 couples who availed of the family planning services, an increase of 2,75 percent from the total of 28,643 couples recorded in 2012.

The family planning services offered are female sterilization, male sterilization, pills, IUD, injectable, condoms, and different NFP components.

Maternal care services are also offered in the health units of the city. Among the maternal care services provided are tetanus toxoid immunization, iron supplementation, vitamin A supplementation, breastfeeding, and maternal consultations (Table 5-19).

Health Statistics

Natalality

In 2012, the city recorded a total of 6,570 new births, which was 16.76 percent higher than the 2012 total number of live births of 5,627 babies (Table 5-20). The Crude Birth Rate (CBR) in 2011 of CHO 1 and CHO 2 was recorded at 22 and 14 live births for every 1,000 population, respectively.

Out of the 6,570 new babies born in 2012 in the City of Santa Rosa, the deliveries of the majority of the babies were attended by skilled health personnel (96%) and the remaining births were attended by traditional health personnel (4%).

In 2013, majority of pregnant mothers had a normal delivery at the hospital (43%). The rest had normal delivery at home (24%), normal delivery either at lying-in clinics or BHS (22%), and delivery via caesarean operation (11% ).

Mortality

The crude death rate in the City of Santa Rosa increased from 2013 to 2014. Table 5-21 shows that the crude death rate (CDR) in 2014 is about 6 deaths per 1,000 population, higher than the CDR of 3 per 1,000 population in 2013.

Ten leading Causes of Morbidity

Morbidity is the frequency of disease and illness, injuries, and disabilities in a population. In the City of Santa Rosa, the top leading cause of morbidity is the Acute Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (AURTI) with 40,763 cases. Other leading causes of morbidity are acute viral infection, iron deficiency, urinary tract infection, hypertension, tonsillitis, asthma, gastroenteritis, and bronchitis.

Ten Leading Causes of Mortality

The leading cause of mortality in Santa Rosa is pneumonia. This is followed by multiple organ failure, ischemic heart disease, type II diabetes, septicemia, and hypertensive heart disease.

Awards and Recognitions - City Health Office

The Santa Rosa City Health Office has received the following awards and citations as of 2014:

Nutrition

Nutrition Office

The nutrition program of the City of Santa Rosa aims to achieve zero malnourished children through various activities that are focused on the proper nutrition of children. Twelve supplementary feeding sessions are held every month, which are intended to improve the nutrition status of children in the city.

The Operation Timbang (OPT) measures the number of malnourished children in the city It is conducted every first quarter of the year, and malnourished children between the ages of 0-71 months are fed through the Food Assistance Program.

Through the Barangay Nutrition Scholars (BNS), the City Government continues to disseminate information on health and nutrition with the end view of achieving the city’s goals under the Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition.

Foremost in this campaign is the PABASA sa Nutrisyon program where mothers are educated on the importance of knowing the three basic food groups in food preparation for the family and which provide them with the necessary tools to prevent malnutrition in their home.

In July 2009, the City of Santa Rosa was cited at the Hall of Fame Philippine Association on Nutrition for being a recipient of the Exemplary Award for PABASA sa Nutrisyon for three consecutive years.

In November 2010, the City of Santa Rosa was among the recipients of the Consistent Regional Outstanding Winner in Nutrition (CROWN) award for 2010 during the National Nutrition Awarding Ceremony at the Philippine International Convention Center.

In October 25, 2011 the City of Santa Rosa received its First Year CROWN Maintenance Award given by the National Nutrition Council Region IV-A.

While the city’s nutrition program has heaped awards and recognitions, the City Government, through the City Nutrition Council chaired by City Mayor Arlene B. Arcillas, has committed to achieve its goals in nutrition. The slogan SERBISYONG MAKATAO, LUNGSOD NA MAKABAGO was used to guide the mission and vision of the city in this regard.

The City Nutrition Office vision is for Santa Rosa to be a nutritionally improved city whose people are well nourished, healthy, intelligent, socially, and economically productive with a high sense of human dignity. Its mission is to uphold the value of human life by improving the nutritional status of the populace by promoting household food security and reducing the prevalence of malnutrition.

The City Nutrition Committee as well as the Barangay Nutrition Committee is implementing programs and activities aligned with the seven impact programs of the Philippine Plan of Action for Nutrition. These programs are the Home, School, and Community Food Production; Micronutrient Supplementation; Food Fortification; Nutrition Education Program; Food Assistance Program; Nutrition in Essential Maternal and Child Health Services; and Livelihood Assistance.

Nutritional Status

In the City of Santa Rosa, the Supplementary Feeding Program (SFP) is done separately by the City Social Welfare and Development (CSWD) Office and the City Nutrition Office (CNO).

In terms of funding, the SFP Program of the CSWD is subsidized by the National Government It caters to all day care students in the 32 Day Care Centers (DCCs) and those in the evacuation centers affected by typhoons in 2012. The SFP of the City Nutrition Office is solely funded by the City Government. It caters to all children ages 12-71 months.

In 2012, the city received a total amount of PhP 5.817 Million from the DSWD IV-A for the supplementary feeding program, which provided hot meals and rice for 120 days to 3,011 day care students and 718 children in the evacuation centers. The city government allotted a budget for the cooking gas expenses amounting to PhP 600,000 as counterpart.

Table 5-25 shows the nutritional status of day care students in all DCCs in Santa Rosa. Majority of children have normal nutritional status (86). Underweight children accounted for 13 percent of the total 3,017 pre-school children being served by SFP. However, there are still 25 children who were severely underweight while 16 children were obese or overweight.

Based on the mass weighing program (Table 5-26), the number of malnourished children is decreasing annually. In 2010, there were 1,157 classified as underweight, severely underweight, and overweight. In 2013, majority of children have normal nutritional status (98). Underweight children accounted for almost 2 percent of the total children ages 0-71 months old.

Philhealth ng Masa(PNM)

Philhealth ng Masa Work Programs

The following table lists the programs implemented in the Philhealth ng Masa in 2014.

Philhealth ng Masa Total Enrollees

The following table shows the number of enrollees in the Philhealth ng Masa as of 2015.

Benefit Utilization/Comparison/Payment

Table 5-30 presents the amount of paid claims in CY 2012 and 2013 (two-year lock-in period). This table also includes claims in accredited hospitals outside the provinces of Cavite, Laguna and Quezon.

Table 5-31 shows the number of enrolled members under the Santa Rosa City sponsorship with 86 returns on the investment for the constituents’ financial health risk protection. The payment for the Per Family Payment rate for CY 2013 as wen as the 3rd and 4th quarters for CY 2012 will be paid by PhilHealth once the required reports are submitted by the City Health Office I and II.

Table 5-32 indicates the amount of payments made by PhilHealth for the confinement/benefit utilization of all membership categories that were confined or availed of out-patient benefits in the LGU-owned hospital and health center respectively. Santa Rosa City Health Office is accredited by Phil Health for the provision of TB DOTS Package and Animal Bite Treatment Package.

City Health Offices can also apply for accreditation to provide maternity care package (MCP) to all qualified Phil health members and dependents. The MCP amounting to PhP 8,000.00 includes the pre-natal, delivery and post-natal services for the first four normal deliveries. Furthermore, if the LGU-owned health facility is also an accredited newborn screening facility, Philhealth pays the amount of PhP 1,750.00 for the Newborn Care package (NCP) which covers the routine newborn care (including vaccines), newborn screening and newborn hearing screening tests.

Sanitation

Environmental Health

In the City of Santa Rosa, there are 65,807 households with access to safer water, comprising 94 percent of the total number of households. Among the total households, majority have Level I access to water (65) followed by Level III access to water (35). There are no households with access to Level II access to water (Table 5-33).

It was recorded in 2013 that there are 64,775 households with sanitary toilets and complete basic sanitation facilities, and 68 100 households with satisfactory garbage disposal. 

Santa Rosa Community Hospital

Santa Rosa Community Hospital Profile

To meet the demands of th ere S id e n ts of Santa Rosa with regard to health services and facilities, the Santa Rosa Community Hospital (SRCH) was constructed in 1995. The hospital is located in a 10, 162-sq m area on Cattleya Street, LM Subdivision, Barangay MarketArea, City of Santa Rosa.

This hospital is categorized a secondary hospital with a total of 405 personnel at present.

Vision, Mission, Objectives, and Manpower

Vision:
SRCH is the leading secondary hospital in the Southern Tagalog Region.

Mission:
To ensure quality health care among people of Santa Rosa, laguna through holistic, comprehensive, specialized and individualized health care service delivery.

Objectives:

  • To reduce the incidence of communicable, non-communicable and other health related diseases.
  • To provide the constituents of SRL and neighboring places immediate and affordable access to health care services.
  • To strengthen the inter-local coordination and networks through the Local Health Board.
  • To achieve appropriate roles and respective strengths of the public and private sectors in health care including people’s organizations and community based health care organizations. To assist in the promotion of universal coverage of the health insurance scheme
  • To promote the health and welfare of the community and further support and guarantee their right to public participation.
  • To promote research for clinical studies and advancement in the field of medicine.

The greatest asset and backbone of SRCH is its manpower which is instrumental in providing effective and adequate health care service to its clients.

Santa Rosa Community Hospital Services

To complement the existing services, SRCH is equipped with the following: Outpatient Department; Emergency Room; Pediatric Surgery-minor; Nursinq Service; Radiology Department; Laboratory Department; Dietary; Central Supply Room; Pharmacy; Information/Admitting; Medical Records; Medical Social Service. 

Quality Assurance Program

SRCH is implementing the Quality Assurance Program in cooperation with the goals of National Health Insurance Act of 1995 or RA 7875.

The goal of QAP is to maintain the highest quality of standards and harness its holistic approach to patient care services. The components of the QAP are the following:

  1. Nursing Audit
  2. Patient Evaluation Sheet
  3. Credentials Committee
  4. Medical Audit
  5. Therapeutic Committee
  6. Ethics and Grievance Committee
  7. Medical Records
  8. Disaster Preparedness

Hospital Equipment and Facilities

Santa Rosa Community Hospital has the following state of the art equipment:

Laboratory Department

  1. Hamilton Bell- Clinical Centrifuge
  2. Binocular
    Microscope
    Cambridge Nikon YS 100
    Olympus c#30
  3.  I-stat- Electrical
    Stimulator Portable Clinical analyzer
    2000 Microline 7a – analyzer Pipette Shaker ECO (USA)

Radiology Department

    1. X-ray machine

         Picker 300
         Model GX 530
     2. Mobile X-ray Unit
         Siemens 100MA
         Model mobile #plus
         E
     3. Ultrasound unit
         Hitachi Model- EUB 40

Clients Served - Radiology Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of clients served in the Radiology Department.

Clients Served - Medical Ward Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of clients served in the Medical Ward Department

Figure 5-9: Annual Report (Admission, HC, PC, NH, NN, NH Masa) Medical Ward Department, 2013 

Clients Served - Surgical Ward Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of clients served in the Surgical Ward Department.

Table 5-37: Total Number of Clients, Surgical Ward Department, 2012-2013

Figure 5-10: Annual Report, Surgical Ward Department, 2013

Clients Served - Pediatric Ward Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of clients served in the Pediatric Ward Department.

Clients Served - Emergency Room, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of clients served in the Emergency Room

Table 5-39: Total Number of Clients, Emergency Room, 2013

Figure 5-12: Annual Report, Emergency Room, 2013

Clients Served - Payward Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of clients served in the Payward Department

Medical Social Services, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following tables show the financial assistance extended by various agencies for the medical services of clients.

Cases Served, Benefit Section, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of cases served in the Benefit Section.

Table 5-43: Cases Served, Benefit Section, 2013

Figure 5-13: Cases Served, Benefit Section

Clients Served, Out-Patient Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of clients served in the Out-Patient Department

Table 5-44: Clients Served, Out-Patient Department

Figure 5-14: Clients Served, Out-Patient Department

Annual Report, OR-DR Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of clients served in the OR-DR Department

Table 5-45: Clients Served, OR-DR Department

Table 5-15: Clients Served, OR-DR Department

Clients Served, Newborn Screening, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of clients served in Newborn Screening.

Figure 5-16: Clients Served, Newborn Screening

Summary of Collections, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the summary of collections at the Santa Rosa Community Hospital.

Figure 5-16: Clients Served, Newborn Screening

Clients Served, Laboratory Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table shows the number of clients served in the Laboratory Department

Number of Deliveries - NICU/SCABU, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table and figure show the number of deliveries in the NICU/SCABU

Figure 5-18: Number of Deliveries – NICU/SCABU

Clients Served -HEPA BI BCG Vaccine, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table shows the number of clients administered the HEPA BI BeG vaccine.

Table 5-50′ Clients Served – HEPA BIBCG Vaccine

Sales - Pharmacy Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table shows the sales of the Pharmacy Department

Table 5-51: Sales -Pharmacy Department

Education

Sales - Pharmacy Department, Santa Rosa Community Hospital

The following table shows the historical enrolment in kindergarten in the Santa Rosa City public schools from 2010 to 2015.

For SY 2014-2015, the Division of Santa Rosa City has 79 Kindergarten Regular Teachers, and most of them are ECE graduates or with units in ECE. There are 11 teachers under the Kindergarten Volunteer Teachers Program.

Public Special Education (SpEd)

In the Division of Santa Rosa City, the Educational Program/Service (EPS) is designed to meet the needs of children with special needs who are not attending general or regular education because of disabilities or exceptional disabilities. In 2013, the city opened one SpEd Center, the Dita Elementary School SpEd Center. For SY 2014-2015, two more SpEd centers were opened in the city, one in 8alibago Elementary School and another in Santa Rosa Elementary School Central III.

As of 2015, Santa Rosa City has three Public SpEd Centers:

  • Dita SpEd Center

Dita SpEd Center is located in Dita Elementary School. It is intended for special children with the following disabilities: intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, hearing impaired.

  • Santa Rosa Central III SpEd Center

SRES Central III SpEd Center is intended for children with special needs, such as those with intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and global development delay.

  • Balibago SpEd Center

Balibago SpEd Center, situated in 8alibago Elementary School, is intended for children with special needs such as those with autism spectrum disorder and global development delay.

Table 5:63: SpEd Enrollment Report SY

Source: Department of  Education (DepeEd), City of Santa Rosa District II

Public Education - Elementary

Instructional Rooms, Furniture, and Teachers for Government Elementary Schools

The following table shows the furniture, teacher and classroom-student ratios in the public elementary schools in Santa Rosa City.

Table 5-64: Government Elementary Schools Furniture, Teachers, and
Classroom Ratio, SY 2013-2014, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

Historical Enrollment

The following tables show the historical enrolment in the public elementary schools in Santa Rosa City

Table 5-65: Government Elementary Schools Historical Enrollment,
SY 2009-2010 to SY 2014-2015, City of Santa Rosa Laguna

Table 5-66 Historical Enrollment Per Government Elementary School Santa Rosa City, Laguna

Figure 5-19: Public Elementary Schools Historical Enrollment

Performance Indicators

Performance indicators refer to the several key indicators that can be computed and utilized for evaluating the education system. These include:

  • Cohort Survival Rate: Rate of pupils that survived the public elementary education (pupils enrolled in Grade I Five School Years ago are now enrolled in Grade VI).
  • Promotion Rate: Rate of pupils promoted to another level.
  • Repetition Rate: Rate of pupils restated on the same level.
  • Drop-out Rate: Rate of dropped-out pupils.
  • Retention Rate: Rate of pupils from Grade V, now enrolled in Grade VI.
  • National Achievement Rate: National Achievement Test Rate of Grade VI pupils.

Table 5-67: Five Year (SY 2010-2011 to SY 2014-2015) Performance Indicators of Government
Elementary Schools in Santa Rosa City

Source: ebeis.deped.gov.ph

Inventory of Physical Facilities

The following table lists the physical facilities of public elementary schools as of 2012.

Table 5-68: Government Elementary Schools’ Five Year Profile of
Physical Facilities for SY 2007-2008 to SY 2011-2012, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

Public Education - Secondary

Instructional Rooms, Furniture, and Teachers for Government Secondary Schools

The following table shows the furniture, teacher and classroom-student ratios in the public secondary schools in Santa Rosa City.

Table 5-69: Government Secondary Schools Furniture, Teachers, and Classroom Ratio,
SY 2013 2014, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna

Historical Enrollment

The following tables show the historical enrolment in the public secondary schools in Santa Rosa City.

Table 5-71: Historical Enrollment in Government Secondary Schools, 2010-2015 Santa Rosa City, Laguna

Government Secondary Schools Performance Indicators

The following table and figures show the performance indicators of public secondary schools in Santa Rosa City from SY 2010-2011 to SY 2014-2015.

Inventory of Physical Facilities

The following table lists the physical facilities of public secondary schools as of 2012.

Science and Technology High School - Santa Rosa Campus

The Santa Rosa Science and Technology High School adopts the S & T oriented (ESEP) high school curriculums for the First Year to Fourth Year level continuously. Likewise it is focused on pure science and its applications to industry using the latest technologies. Its computer rooms are linked to the internet, including the multi-media classrooms. Instruction is supplemented with visits to known science and technology institutions, laboratories and industrial plants. The school maintains a well stocked library and subscribes to professional, scientific and technological journals, magazines and manuals.

The following table and figure show the enrollment in Santa Rosa Science and Technology High School from 2010 to 2015.

Physical Facilities

Table 5-75: Classroom and student ratio

As required by the OepEd regulations for ESEP Schools, the ratio of classroom to students is 1 :35, in contrast with the current
ratio of 1 :41.

Public Tertiary Education

Polytechnic University of the Philippines - Santa Rosa Campus

Polytechnic University of the Philippines – Santa Rosa Campus is a state university located at the New Santa Rosa Village, Brgy.Tagapo, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna.

Summary of Graduates, PUP Santa Rosa Campus

The following table shows a summary of the graduates of PUP Santa Rosa Campus for SY 2013- 2014.

Student Enrollment

The following table shows the enrolment profile of PUP Santa Rosa Campus for SY 2014-2015.

Personnel and Physical Facilities

The following table shows the number of personnel and facilities in the PUP Santa Rosa Campus.

Alternative Learning System

The Alternative Learning System (ALS) is a ladderized, modular non-formal education program in the Philippines for dropouts in elementary and secondary schools, out-of-school youths, non-readers, working Filipinos and even senior citizens. It is part of the education system of the Philippines but an alternative to the reqular classroom studies where Filipino students are required to attend daily. The alternative system only requires students to choose schedules according to their choice and availability.

The program has two different schematics for conducting instruction; school-based and community­based (Non-formal). On the school-based program, instructions are conducted in school campuses while in the community-based program, formal instruction are conducted in community halls or on private places. The ALS program follows uniform lesson modules for all academic subjects covering the sciences, mathematics, English, Filipino, social studies, current events among others. Delivery of instructions is provided by government-paid instructors or by private non-government organization.

The three primary programs are carried out under the ALS community-based/Non-formal Education, namely: Basic Literacy Program (BLP), Accreditation and Equivalency (A & E) Program and Informal Education (InFEd).

To date, Santa Rosa City has one Mobile Teacher and three District ALS Coordinators working in the Alternative Leaning System.

Enrollment in BLP and A & E

The following table shows the number of enrolled persons, completers and test takers in BLP and A & E.

Enrolment in Abot-Alam Program

The following table shows the number of enrolled persons in the Abot-Alam Program 

Madrasah Education Program

The Madrasah Education Program was formulated to meet the needs of Muslim Filipino children. It aims to positively contribute to ongoing peace process and enhance educational development of Filipino Muslims through an Islamic-friendly public education system that seeks to improve the quality of life of Muslim school children.

Santa Rosa City has two Madrasah Centers providing Madrasah education: Balibago Elementary School and Santa Rosa Elementary School Central III. Madrasah pupils are taught Arabic Language and Islamic Values Education (ALIVE). The city government supports these centers by providing a monthly honorarium to teachers and to members of the Division Madrasah Monitoring members.

The following table shows the number of schoolchildren enrolled in the Madrasah Education Program in SY 2014-2015.

Table 5-82: Madrasah Education Program Enrollment, By Sex, Santa Rosa City, SY 2014-2015

Issues and Concerns Raised

  • Based on the Class Schedule given by ALIVE Teachers, some of their pupils are too tired to attend classes because almost all of them attend regular classes.
  • Every time monitoring is done, rarely do we have perfect attendance.
  • According to the teachers, since the implementation of Madrasah Education, they were given rooms being used by other grades. Thus, they cannot convert or structure this room with Muslim Instructional Materials because they are sharing it with others.
  • According to them it would be much better if they be provided a room of their own so that they can decorate it with Muslim materials, in short, they are requesting for a Madrasah Room.
  • They would like new materials such as textbooks for Arabic Language and Islamic Values in all levels.
  • They are also requesting for the salaries from the Central Office to be given to the Division on time.

Private Education

For the School Year 2014-2015, there are 86 private schools operating in the City of Santa Rosa.

Private Education-Kindergarten

The following table shows the number of private kindergarten schools and their enrolment for SY 2013- 2014.

Table 5-84: Number of Private Kindergarten Schools and Enrollment for SY 2013-2014, City of Santa Rosa

Private Education-Elementary

The following table shows the number of private elementary schools and their enrolment for SY 2013- 2014.

Table 5-85: Number of Private Elementary Schools and Enrollment for SY 2013-2014, City of Santa Rosa

Private Education- Secondary

The following table shows the number of private secondary schools and their enrolment for SY 2013- 2014.

Table 5-86: Number of Private Secondary Schools and Enrollment for SY 2013-2014, City of Santa Rosa

Public Technical Vocational (TechVoc) Education

Santa Rosa Manpower Training Center

The Santa Rosa Manpower Training Center aims to provide globally competitive training to workers so that they can meet the employment demand of industry and technology companies. The SRMTC has been operating for more than 25 years and has produced skilled graduates employed in local and international firms.

Some of its achievements are the following:

The “Free Training” program for DTS and STP is continually hitting its goal:

A. Number of graduates in 1 st Quarter (January- March) 177 graduates

B. Number of graduates in 2nd Quarter (April- June) 217 graduates

C. Number of graduates in 3rd Quarter (July-September) 251 graduates.

D. Number of graduates in 4th Quarter (October-December) 245 graduates

A. Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC I

B. Refrigeration and Air -Con Servicing (RAC) NC II

C. Electrical Installation and Maintenance (ElM) NC II

D. Computer Hardware Servicing (CHS) NC 11

E. Automotive Servicing (AS) NC j

F. Automotive Servicing (AS) NC II

G. Consumer Electronics Servicing (CES) NC II

  • SRMTC maintains its high employment rate, ranging from 75-85, local and overseas.
  • SRMTC maintains its partnership with Toyota Motor’ Phils. Foundation, AICHI Forging Phil., KILTON Industry.
  • The institution remains a TESDA Competency Assessment Center.
  • SRMTC added ISUZU Auto Parts Corporation, KIA Service Center, HASTING Motors, HEARTY BEVERAGE OPTIONS Inc. in its roster of industrial partners. These partner companies will accommodate DTS trainees for their OJT. A memorandum of agreement duly signed by Hon. Mayor Arlene B. Arcillas and a representative of the company completes the requirements of RA No. 7686 (Dual Training Act of 1994).
  • SRMTC continues its Mini-Job Fair every end of quarter.
  • SRMTC passed the Annual TESDA Compliance Audit. The TESDA Regional Office and Provincial Office headed the inspection of the tools and equipment as well as the entire facilities to affirm if the institution complies with the training regulation of TESDA.
  • Inter Barangay Campaign.

This activity covered the Barangays of Tagapo, Market Area, lbaba, Sinalhan, Aplaya, Caingin, Pooc, Labas, Kanluran, Macabling, 8alibago, Dila, Dita, Malitlit,Pulong Sta. Cruz, Don Jose and Sto. Domingo.

  • Privileged students awarded as Rotary Club International scholars.
  • Supported the 2014 Provincial and Regional Skills Competition.

SRMTC collaborated with the rest of accredited TESDA institutions in the annual Skills Competition. Winners of the competition represented the country in international competitions.

  • SRMTC qualifications approved by Unified TVET Program Registration and Accreditation System (UTPRAS).
  • Training Institution Extension at Barangay Oila in coordination with Brgy. Kap. Peping Cartario.
  • Additional Training Institution Extension at Bureau of Jail Management and Penology and Barangay Dita.


In order to further improve the center, the SRMTC proposes the following measures:

  • Additional latest and advanced equipment and upgraded training facilities aligning the trainees to the demand of industries local and abroad.
  • Additional TESDA Courses in sectors like Tourism and Healthcare and Information and Technology, which is the demand locally and internationally.
  • Expand job placement by strengthening the relationship between SRMTC and industries within the city, working hand in hand with Public Employment Service office
  • Firm up the Finishing Course for call center agents the soonest possible in preparation for the increase of demand in the SPO Industry since Santa Rosa ranks 2nd in the IT SPO Industry.
  • The implementation of assessment guidelines, soonest possible, in accordance with TESDA policies, following the approved assessment procedures of the City Government
  • Continuous upgrading of the skills of instructors/trainers, keeping them abreast with the trends and demands of industry.
  • Seek additional industry partners in anticipation of the increase in Dual Training Program enrolees.
  • Install additional facilities (classrooms, buildings) and hire more instructors.

Social Welfare

SOCIAL WELFARE PROFILE

Social Welfare Assistance Program

The City Social Welfare and Development Office is committed to serve, protect and rehabilitate that segment of the population who has the least in life

Objectives 

1. To advocate for potlcies and measures addressing social welfare concerns.
2. To identify the basic needs of the needy, the disadvantaged, impoverished and develop and implement appropriate measures to alleviate their problems and improve their living conditions;
3. To provide relief and appropriate crisis intervention for victims of abuse and exploitation and recommend appropriate measures to defer further abuse and exploitation;
4. To facilitate the implementation of welfare programs for the disabled, the elderly and victims of drug addiction, rehabilitation of prisoners and parolees, prevention of juvenile delinquency and such other activities which would eliminate or minimize the ill effects of poverty;
5. To initiate and support youth welfare programs that will enhance the role of the youth in nation- building;
6. To be in the frontline of service delivery particularly those concerning immediate relief and assistance during and in the aftermath of man-made and natural disaster and calamities.

Family & Community Welfare Program

  • Parent Effectiveness Services

This covers the provision of knowledge and skills to parents and others involved in child caring on early childhood care and development, maternal health care, behavior management, husband-wife relationship, and parenting rights and duties. A total of 2,651 parents were provided PES with the valuable contribution of Ms.Teodora De Leon Lladoc as speaker.

  • Marriage Counselling Services

This service assists married couples towards an informed decision about marriage, helping couples resolve marital conflicts, enrich conjugal relationships and enable married couple petitioning for legal separations to decide for their best interest and that of their children. The city social welfare office served 14 cases of parenting capability assessment, 7 cases of guardianship and temporary custody, 14 cases of child financial support, and 35 marital conflicts resolved in the year 2013.

  • Pre-marriage Counselling 

Pre-marriage counseling is provided to couples who are contemplating marriage andl or marriage license where one or both parties are not below 18 years old and above 25 years old. A total of 492 couples were given pre-marriage counselling services.

  • Annual Day Care Parent’s Orientation

The 0rientation covers : day care service, population awareness, nutrition education, emergency response, and birth registration. A total of 2,600 day care parents participated in this activity.

  • Social Services for Solo Parents

In compliance with Republic Act No. 8972 – An act providing for benefits and privileges to solo parents and their children, appropriating funds therefore and for other purposes, 566 Solo Parent IDs were issued for the year 2013, 280 new and 286 renewal. As of 2013, there were 1.484 solo parent members. The benefits of solo parents include (1) flexible work schedule (2) protection from work discrimination (3) parental leave of not more than seven working days every year (4) educational benefits (5) housing benefits and (6) medical assistance. 

  • Self – Employment Assistance Program (SEA)

This covers the provision of interest-free capital assistance and other livelihood­oriented services to enable the needy family heads and other adults to undertake income-producing projects. A total of 75 families received self-employment assistance (27 new and 48 renewal), with a maximum loanable amount of 35, 000.00 for renewal. A total amount of P 824,000.00 was granted in 2013, and the total collection for that year was P 546,348.00.

Table 5-86: Number of Private Secondary Schools and Enrollment for SY 2013-2014, City of Santa Rosa

  • Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program

Pantawid Pamilya Pilipino Program started in the City of Santa Rosa in January 2012. The program has two objectives: 1) Social assistance: provide cash assistance to address short- term financial need. 2) Social development: by investing in capability building, families will be able to break intergenerational poverty cycle.

The poorest among poor are selected through a proxy-means test. Economic indicators such as ownership of assets, type of housing, education of the household head, livelihood of the family and access to water and sanitation facilities are proxy variables to indicate the family economic category. An additional qualification is a household must have children 0-14 years old and/or have pregnant women during the assessment and shall agree on all the conditions set by the government to enter the program.

Child and Youth Welfare Program

Supplemental Feeding Program

The objectives of the supplemental feeding program are: (1) To provide support to the feeding program for children in LGU- managed day care centers using indigenous food and! or locally processed foods equivalent to 1/3 of th e recommended energy and nutrient intake; (2) To improve the knowledge, attitude and practices of children enrolled in day care centers, as well as of parents and caregivers, through intensified nutrition and health education; (3) To improve the nutritional status of all target children, and to refer to th e appropriate health unit any health and nutrition related problem of children. Some 3,048 day care children and evacuees from different barangays in the city benefitted from the supplemental feeding program. A total amount of 4,754,880.00 was allocated for the supplemental feeding in the year 2013.

  • Children in Conflict with the law (CICL)

The PAG-ASA Youth Rehabilitation Center for CICl is established and situated at Barangay Sinalhan, City of Santa Rosa, laguna. A total of 174 children are served at the center. In 2 0 1 3 , a total amount of 477,0960.00 was allocated for their food and basic needs. The center is managed by a head, who is assisted by a psychologist and 9 house parents.

The facility serves as a temporary home and rehabilitation center for male disadvantaged children. It provides protection, care, training and rehabilitation for CICl in a home-like environment for a maximum period of six months, with an end view of reintegrating them to their family and community.

The primary beneficiaries are male disadvantaged children who are 15 years old and below, who were alleged to have committed a heinous crime, and therefore need immediate protection from a high risk and unsafe environment while undergoing intervention or rehabilitation; 16-18 year old males who come in conflict with the law, have no parent or relatives to come home 10 while assessment of discernment is being undertaken; children who are abused, neglected and exploited by parents or relatives who are unemployed, irresponsible, with very low parental skills, or with serious behavioural problems.

Table 5-55: Total Number of Beneficiaries and Amount Allocated for CICL, City of Santa Rosa 2013

  • Special Court Related Cases (Child cases)

The CSWD provided support in special court related child cases such as the following:

Table 5-56: Number of clients served in child related cases, CSWD, City of Santa Rosa

Program for Persons with Disability and the Elderly

Persons with Disability

Table 5-57: Number of Persons with Disability, by Sex, by Disability and by Barangay, CSWD, City of Santa Rosa 2013

  • Advocacy on PWDs

The office had a series of activities to raise the awareness of the public on disability prevention. An orientation regarding the Magna Carta for PWDs was also conducted for the disabled persons to become aware of the benefits and privileges as mandated by the law.

  • Issuance of PWD IDs

A total of 263 PWD IDs, Purchase Booklets for Medicines and Prime Commodities were issued in 2013.

  • Assistance for Physical Restoration Services

This assistance benefitted 179 PWDs: 65 were given wheel chairss, 7 crutches, 5 walkers, 2 hearing

aids, 70 nebulizers, 10 white canes, 5 quad canes, 3 strollers, 2 glucometers, 9 prosthesis Legs.

  • Annual Celebration of National Disability, Prevention & Rehabilitation Week

The 35th National Disability, Prevention and Rehabilitation Week was held in July 17 -23, 2013 with the theme: “Building an inclusive and non-handicapping environment for person with disability.” More than 1 ,000 PWDs from different SPED schools and barangays attended the said event, which featured different games and activities, including a free medical and dental check-up by the Santa Rosa Medical Society and Santa Rosa Dental Club.

  • Senior Citizens

The following table shows the number of senior citizens by barangay.

Table 5-58 Total Number of Senior Citizens by Barangay, CSWD, City of Santa Rosa 2013

  • Social Pension

Pursuant to the eligibility criteria determined by the DSWD, indigent senior citizens are entitled to a monthly stipend amounting to five hundred pesos (Php 500.00) to augment the daily subsistence and other medical needs of senior citizens. There are 52 social pension beneficiaries selected by the DSWD Field Office in the city as of 2013.

  • Botika ni Lolo at Lola

This program provides senior citizens of the City of Santa Rosa with free and quality medicines. Measures are taken to assist senior citizens in the purchase of their medicines. An annual budget of 2,000,000 pesos is used for the medicines.

Social Welfare Facilities, Services, Clientele

Provision for the Operation and Maintenance of Day Care Service

  • Day Care Service

Day care service involves the provision of substitute parental care and provision of stimulating activities for th e total development of children 3 – 4.8 years old while his/her parents are unable to take care of him / her during part of the day because of work and some other situation. A total of 2,651 pre-schoolers are enrolled in 32 day care centers. These centers are staffed with a day care teacher and a day care aide, both given an allowance from the city government.

Free Books

In 2013, 7,910 books in English, mathematics, science, Filipino, and reading were given to the day care children. A total amount of 2,500,000.00 was used for this project.

Women's Welfare Program

The disadvantaged women are the target beneficiaries of this program.

There is a Capability Building and Productivity Skills Training Center for Women in the City which offers regular courses in food processing, baking, ISMO, sewing craft, tailoring and handicraft.

As of 2013, some 2,111 women have successfully completed training in sewing craft, tailoring, culinary arts, cosmetology, food processing, baking, handicrafts, candle and soap making, and meat processing.

  • Women’s Month Celebration

The Celebration of Women’s Month with the theme: “Kababaihan; Gabay sa Pagtahak sa Tuwid na Daan” was spearheaded by the GAD Focal Point Team and the CSWDO. Various activities we r e h e I d , including a grand motorcade, photo and livelihood products exhibit, free services in health care, legal consultation, massage and therapy, livelihood demonstration, and basic business management training. Different women organizations (NGOs, POs, GOs and Barangay) as well as 1,635 women joined the events. Some P 407,210.00 was used for the activities.

Emergency Program

  • Assistance to Individuals in Crisis Situations

This covers the provision of limited assistance, in cash or in kind, to individuals/ families who are hampered to function normally because of socio-economic difficulties. The nature of difficulty is usually short term and emergency in nature, thus, the assistance is on a “one shot deal” basis. A total of 1,634 individuals were provided cash assistance: 1,584 individuals for medical assistance, 8 financial assistance (for shelter needs, adoption publication, hit and run cases, etc.), 32 financial assistance for cataract operation, 9 fire victims, 1 rape victim. A total amount of 3,732,458.00 was spent for this program.

  • Balik Probinsya

This involves the provision of limited financial material assistance to support the planned and purposive return to the place of origin either of disaster victims, distressed, displaced individuals or families to enable them to participate in their development and the community where their socio- economic well-being is ensured. A total of 40 families were provided financial assistance for their fare, and the assistance reached a total of P 162,500.00.

  • Burial Assistance

Some 861 beneficiaries were assisted, and a total amount of Php 4,252,500.00 burial assistance was released (taken from the Mayor’s Office funds).

  • Hospitalization

In 2013, 1,185 individuals were served in the hospitalization program, and a total amount of 3,768,696.51 was spent on them.

  • Emergency disaster relief operation (assistance to victims of floods)

In this program, 22,502 families received bags of goods, and a total amount of P6,750,600.00 was utilized for the assistance given to flood victims.

Other Services

  • Issuance of Certificate (for indigent individuals)

About 130 indigent individuals were able to get medical ! financial assistance from welfare institutions and other helping agencies after getting a certificate from the city social welfare office.

• Issuance of Solicitation Permit 

The city social welfare office issues solicitation permits to individuals, organizations, and NGOs who wish to raise funds for a certain charity and for humanitarian purposes.

Housing

HOUSING PROFILE

Residential Subdivisions in the City of Santa Rosa

The following tables show the number of residential subdivisions in Santa Rosa City, by barangay, as of 2013.

Table 5-88: List of Residential Subdivisions and Name of Developer, by Barangay, City of Santa Rosa, 2013

New Resettlement Areas

The following table lists the new resettlement areas in Santa Rosa City in 2013

Table 5-89: New Resettlement Areas, City of Santa Rosa, 2013

Source: NHAI Civic Organization I Cooperative, City Planning and Development Office ILocal Urban Poor Affairs Office

Informal Settlers

The City Urban Development and Housing Office records the following numbers of informal settler families and their location as of January 2016.

Households in Danger Areas and Waterways

The following table lists the community associations and number of families residing in danger areas as of2013.

Table 5-91: Community Associations and Number of Families living in the
Danger Zones, City of Santa Rosa 2013

Source: City Urban Development and Housing Office, City of Santa Rosa

The following table lists the community associations and number of families residing along waterways as of 2013.

Table 5-92: Community Associations of Informal Settlers Located Along the Water Ways, City of Santa Rosa 2013

Source: City Urban Development and Housing Office, City of Santa Rosa

Shelter Demand

The following table shows the summary of shelter demand of Santa Rosa City for the planning period 2014- 2023.

Source: City Urban Development and Housing Office, City of Santa Rosa

Sports and Recreational Profile

SPORTS AND RECREATION PROFILE

City Sports Development Office

The City Sports Development Office, a unit under the Office of the Mayor, plans, organizes and implements the city-wide sports development program. It leads and provides support to the sports programs and events of the city in 0 r d er to pro d u ce w 0 r Id clas s ath letes competing in sports competition and tournaments, such as cluster meet, city meet, as well as regional, national and international sports events.

Programs/ Projects/ Activities of the City Sports and Development Office

  • Participation in/ conduct of seminars and advancement of athletes, referees and coaches accreditation
  • Participation in local and national sports competitions, e.g., PSC-POC Philippine National Game

PSC- POC Satang Pinoy ( Regional and National Qualifying Games)

  • Organizing Different Sports Tournaments in the City Priority Sports:

                o SRC CUP Invitational Inters-school Basketball and Volley League

                o Mayors Cup Interschool/Commercial? Baranggay Chess Olympiad

                o Mayors Cup Inters school Swimming

                o City of Santa Rosa Marathon Residence.

                o Mayors Cup Karatedo National Inter City and Province Karatedo Championship.

                o Santa Rosa Citylimpics Sports Festival

                o Intervillage Basketball and Volleyball Championship

Traditional Sports and Entertainment Sports:

                o Mayor’s Cup Sagwanan sa Lawa (Local Dragon boat racing)

                o Mayor’s Cup Dart Open Series

                o Mayor’s Cup Santa Rosa Billiards Tournament Mayors Cup Languyan sa Lawa

                o 3rd Pedicathon Championship (Karera ng Pedicab) and 5th Martial Arts Festival

  • Annual Free Summer Sports Clinic: 12 sessions each for the 10 sports: Arnis, Basketball, Chess, Dart, Table Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Karatedo, Football, Baseball and Swimming.

Held every summer vacation, normally during the 2nd quarter of the year. Participants ar e boys a nd gir Is aged 7 to 15 years old. For 2014, the actual number of participants was 1,750 youth among the 10 sports disciplines. The biggest number of participants was in basketball and swimming.

  • Familympics Sportsfest for the Government Employees of Santa Rosa

             o Basketball

             o Volleyball

             o Bowling

             o Badminton

Peace and Order

PROTECTIVE SERVICES PROFILE

Philippine National Police - Santa Rosa

As of 2014, Santa Rosa City Police Station has a total strength of 162 police personnel: policemen – 139 and policewomen – 23. The police to population ratio based on the National Statistics Office 2014 estimate of the Santa Rosa City population is 1 :2,013.

The main station is located on Rizal Blvd., Brgy. Tagapo, City of Santa Rosa. Only 10 of the force is stationed in the headquarters, the remaining 90 are in the field.

Four police assistance centers and 10 police outposts are maintained by the PN P – Santa Rosa.

Table 5-96: Police Assistance Centers being maintained by the PNP, by
Location in its Area of Responsibility 2013

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

Table 5-97: Police Outposts/Traffic Outposts being maintained by the PNP, by
Location in its Area of Responsibility, 2013

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

Facilities and Logistics

The following tables list the facilities and equipment of the PNP Santa Rosa.

Table 5-98: MOVE Capability, as of 2014

Table 5-99: SHOOT Capability, as of 2014

Table 100: COMMUNICATE Capability, as of 2014

Crime Situation

The following tables show the crime situation in Santa Rosa City as of 2014.

Table 5-101: Volume of Index and Non-Index Crimes, Santa Rosa City, 2012-2014

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

Table 5-102: Index and Non-Index Crime Incidence 2012-2014

Table 5-103: Crime Clearance / Solution Efficiency, 2012-2014

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

Table 5-104: Distribution of Crimes by Gender, by Barangav, 2011-2013

Source: Philippine National Police (PNP), City of Santa Rosa Police Station

The PNP is supported by barangay tanod in maintaining peace and order in the communities

Table 5-105: Barangay Tanod by Type of Service, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna 2013

Source: Barangay Offices, City of Santa Rosa

Activities to Support Stakeholders

  • Sustain Public Information and Dialogue 

Santa Rosa City Police Station conducted PCR Activities to strengthen the PNP’s partnership and collaboration with stakeholders of the community.

  • Public Information and Advocacy on ITP-PGS
  • Information, Education and Communication (IEC) Materials

A total of 17,418 materials were produced and distributed with in Santa Rosa City by PN P personnel with the support of the members of BPATs, NGOs, civilian colunteers, students and others.

  • TV I Radio I Guesting Programs and Print Media

Television and radio appearances were undertaken by Santa Rosa City Police Station Police Community Relations to disseminate the plans and programs of the PNP Santa Rosa regarding crime prevention. accomplishments, livelihood and other related programs that need to be disseminated to the public. Likewise, 42 print media were published in different local and national newspapers.

Citizen's Empowerment

The station conducted 118 community awareness seminars, trainings, dialogue and visitations among homeowners associations, students, NGOs, the business sector, including their security guards, barangay officials, members of SPATs I tanods, marshalls and other legal organization to develop their knowledge and capabilities and to ensure their continuous support as partners of the PNP in maintaining peace and order within the community. 

  • Partnership and Collaboration with Stakeholders and Other Pillars of the Criminal Justice System
  • Community Organization and Mobilization
  • Participation in Faith – Based Organizations
  • Participation in Health / Physical Fitness, and Environmental Protection Programs / Campaigns

Health and Physical Fitness

Fun Runs

  • Family, Juvenile and Gender and Development Program
  •  Develop a Responsive Police Organization 

Information and Communications Technology

This station is continuously developing its ICT equipment to further enhance the police station’s capability. Procurement of ICT equipment thru the City Government of Santa Rosa and other agencies has been initiated for the said improvement. As a result of the said improvement, clerical works were simplified resulting to less demand of police personnel performing administrative functions; instead they were deployed in the field. Among the significant initiatives of this station are:

  • Tagamasid (Interconnectivity with the City Command Center)

The Santa Rosa LGU set up a modern command center (CC) with 22 CCTV cameras installed in strategic areas; they plan to add 20 more. The police station has its own tactical operations center (TOC) with 8 CCTV cameras deployed within the building, an agreement to interconnect the two center was reached giving the PNP access to the 22 CCTV cameras. There is a plan to upgrade equipment by installing a large LCD monitor in the TOC. Another special feature of the project is a mobile viewer that allows remote access to the IP cameras live video right from iPhone/iPod/iTouch or any android device.
This is a good tool for the Chief of Police to monitor real time the traffic condition and the activity in the police station when he is away.

  • Engaging Corporate Social Initiatives (IBM Skill Transfer)

The Santa Rosa City Police Station is one the recipient of the Skill-Transfer Project from International Business Machines Corporate Service Corps (IBM-CSC). The purpose of this collaboration is to provide Santa Rosa City Police with a series of recommendations in order to improve the records management approach. The second part of the scope is to suggest recommendations to improve the image of the Santa Rosa City Police within the community. This improvement is to be supported by the use of social media. The said initiative aims to create a system that will develop the SRCPS personnel in performing their duties efficiently. It also aims to train individuals in maintaining the said system and to promote the police services in engaging the community thru the use of social media.

  • Establishment of Social Media Desk and E-newsletter

This aim to engage the Santa Rosa netizens in a collaborative and mutually beneficial platform. Information like crime tips, traffic updates, news and events, crime prevention announcements, on-line surveys and other public safety matters will be shared to the community. Presently the PNP has a Facebook Page and Twitter account. An E­newsletter is also maintained by the PNP Santa Rosa.

Bureau of Fire Protection - Santa Rosa

The main station of the Bureau of Fire Protection Santa Rosa is located on J.P. Rizal Blvd., Brgy. Tagapo, City of Santa Rosa.

Fire Fighting Force

The following table lists the number of firefighting personnel and fire trucks and the fireman-population ratio as of 2013.

Fire Incidence

The following tables show the fire incidence situation in Santa Rosa City.

Firemen Requirements

The following table shows the current and projected requirements of firemen until 2022

Plans and Programs

1. Conduct of Disaster Awareness and Preparedness through ‘” Fire Safety Awareness
*Fire Prevention Motorcade * Brgy. Fire Brigade
* Industrial Fire Brigade
* Fire Safety Inspection I House to House Campaign * Fire I Earthquake Drill
2. Coordination withDepEd for the proposed Fire Safety Education to all Public &Private Schools Citywide
3. Conduct of FIRE PREVENTION MONTH every March
4. Conduct of SUMVAC
5. Conduct of Oplan Balik Eskwela
6. Conduct of Oplan Kaluluwa
7. Conduct of Oplan Halalan (as per schedule of COMELEC)
8. Conduct of “Iwas Paputok” Campaign
9. Conduct of Refresher Course (Basic Rescue Training Course and Emergency

Response and Preparedness Course) for all BFP Personnel of this station
10. Request for available lot to locate the proposed two (2) substations
11. Establishment of proposed two (3) substations to be located at Brgy. Balibago, Brgy. Sto. Domingo and Brgy. Dita
12. Procurement of firetrucks with atleast 1,000 gallons of water capacity
13. Procurement of firetrucks with atleast 500 gallons of water capacity for Eighteen (18) Barangays
14. Procurement of Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and other HAZMAT protective equipment/materials
15. Procurement of training equipment (LCD projector and Laptop) to be utilized by the City of Santa Rosa Fire Station in reference with the preparation of reports.
16. Repair of all unserviceable firetrucks
17. Conduct operation activity every after typhoons and floods (flushing and clean-up drive)
18. within the Area of Responsibility (AOR) 18. National Disaster Awareness and Preparation
19. Coordinate with DepEd for the conduct of Fire Safety Education (Kindergarten to grade 6 students in particular.
20. Coordinate with Laguna Waters regarding the complete copy of Fire Hydrant Map within AOR.

Bureau Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) Office - Santa Rosa, Male Dorm

The Santa Rosa City Jail has nine cells, housing a total of 443 inmates, of which 383 inmates are adult male, and 60 inmates are adult females.

It is located along J. P. Rizal Blvd. (beside Santa Rosa PNP station) Barangay Tagapo, City of Santa Rosa, Laguna.

Due to the increasing number of inmates, the Local Government of Santa Rosa constructed an extension detention cell at the back of the main cell.

Jail Personnel and Equipment

The following tables show the jail personnel and equipment of Santa Rosa City Jail

Table 5-111: Santa Rosa City Jail Personnel Strength

Table 5-112: Santa Rosa City Jail Logistical Strength

Bureau Jail Management and Penology (BJMP) Office - Santa Rosa, Female Dorm

Jail Personnel and Equipment 
The following tables show the jail personnel and equipment of Santa Rosa City Jail, Female Dorm.

Personnel Strength

                           Number                               POSITION

                                1                                  Female Warden

                                1                                  Assistant Warden/Unit Dentist

                                1                                  Custodial/Escort/Searcher

                                1                                  Custodial/Escort/Searcher

                                1                                  IWD Officerl Custodial/Escort/Searcher

                                1                                  Custodial/Escort/Searcher

                                                                   Unit Nurse/Admin/CustodiaIlEscort/Searcher

Logistical Strength

One (1) Tanfoglio 9mm Three (3) Handcuffs One (1) Probaton
*** All office equipment, furniture and supplies are jointly used by the male and female dorms

Number of Inmates By Age Group

The following table shows the age distribution of the inmates at the Santa Rosa City Jail – Female Dorm

Table 5-113: Number of Inmates Detained, by Age Group, Santa Rosa City Jail – Female Dorm

Contact Us

Address
J.P Rizal BLVD. Brgy. Malusak
City of Santa Rosa Laguna , Philippines 4026 
Local Number(049)530-0015(LOCAL 0)
City of Santa Rosa Laguna, Manila Line
(02) 8519-4024