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    Mrs. Rosalie L. Aguila, RSW
    SBCC Program Coordinator

  • A. NATURE OF THE AGENCY
    St. Bridget Community Center, Inc. is a non-stock, non-profit corporation, established in 1972 and was formally registered with Security and Exchange Commission on October 26, 1988.

    B. HISTORY
    St. Bridget Community Center, Inc. was established in 1972 as the venue for the COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM of ST. BRIDGET COLLEGE. In the same year it became an affiliate project of the Christian Children’s Fund, Inc. (CCF) wherein 200 children and families from 7 most depressed barangays of Batangas City were served. Programs and Services were provided to them such as Formal and Non-Formal Education, Socio-cultural, Health and Nutrition, Housing, Economic Assistance Program, Community Organizing and development program and Value Formation. For the past 18 years the beneficiaries of CCF were prepared towards self reliance and management. The management of parents of the children were organized into association and then federated and registered to Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) on October 10, 1990 as Buklod Unlad Inc. So after a year the RGS Sisters decided to turn over the management of CCF project to BUBI.

    It was also in 1990 that St. Bridget Community Center started working with the new client group, the children in the street of Batangas. Kadamay became the name of the children‘s program. Working with the children in the street of Batangas City became the point of entry into the communities where they belong. These are Barangay Wawa, Malitam, Cuta and Sitio RR. The mothers of the children and the women in their communities became the members of small savings and loans groups started in 1999.

    In 2003 SBCC adopted the prevention program for “Special Women” tied up with the Local Government Unit through the City Health Office. This program is addressing not only the physical and reproductive health needs but also the spiritual aspect.

    SBCC continues to implement community-based services with identified sectors and their communities. It also serves as training for student social workers of the College and it remains the VENUE for the ST. BRIDGET COLLEGE OUTREACH PROGRAMS.

    VISION: We dream of a world transformed in Jesus Christ, where no one is marginalized, oppressed or exploited, where everyone enjoys the comprehensive security of God’s care.

    MISSION: In partnership with the Good Shepherd Sisters, SBCC’s mission is to proclaim the Gospel of reconciliation and to live out the charism of merciful love.

    GENERAL GOALS:

    1. The development of persons, families, groups and communities who witness to Christ, contribute to social transformation and work towards integrity of creation.
    2. Venue and channel for training and community outreach for the students, faculty and staff of SBC.

  • BOARD OF TRUSTEES

    Directress/President: Sr. Mary Bernadette C. Guzman,RGS,PhD.
    Vice President: Sr. Mary Ludila Panaligan, RGS
    Corporate Secretary: Sr. Mary Rose Ababao, RGS
    Treasurer: Sr. Mary Clare Bagot, RGS
    Member: Sr. Mary Emelita Malasmas, RGS

    PROGRAM STAFF

    Program Coordinator: Ms. Nenita A. Villamor,RSW, MSW
    (Family & Community Program Coordinator)
    Social Workers: Mrs. Rosalie L. Aguila, RSW
    (Child & Youth Program Coordinator)
    (Gabayan Program Coordinator)
    Ms. Anjanette C. Magadia, RSW
    Ms. Jessica D. Relloso, RSW
    Socio-Economic
    Program Coordinator:
    Mrs. Cecilia L. Arguelles
     Finance Officer: Mrs. Shirley P. Macatangay
    Part-time Bookkeeper: Ms. Marnie M. Marin

  • PROGRAMS:

    1. Child and Youth Development Program
    2. Family and Community Development Program
    3. Gabayan Program
    4. Center-Based Socio-Economic Program
    5. WJPIC Program
    6. SBCC as  Venue/Channel for SBC Community Outreach and Training for Social Work Students
    7. Networking and Linkages

    PROGRAM COMPONENTS:

    1. Child and Youth Development Program
      Educational Assistance
      Value Formation and Skills Development
      Socio-Cultural
      Health and Sanitation
      Shelter Care
    2. Family and Community Development Program
      Socio-Economic Development
      Value Formation and Skills Development
      Health and Sanitation
    3. Gabayan Program
      Health and Well Being
      Value Formation and Skills Development
      Counseling
      Advocacy Activities
      Referral Systems
      Networking and Coordination

    4. Center-Based Socio-Economic Program
    Work – In – Aid Program
    Value Formation and Skills Development
    Health and Wellness
    Loan Assistance

    5. WJPIC Program
    Education and Awareness Raising
    Advocacy Work
    Networking & Linkages
    Participation in WJPIC Activities

    6. SBCC as  Venue/Channel for SBC Community Outreach and Training for Social Work Students

    7. Networking and Linkages

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