Deals with receiving of communications from other offices, issuing of national uniform ID for senior citizens as well as the Purchase Slip Booklet for “medicine”, 5% OSB for “basic necessities and prime agricultural commodities,” and Movie Booklet for Free Admission at QC Cinema. Assists the SSDD Volunteer Workers for their duties and responsibilities; Monitor establishments violating the RA 9994 known as “Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010” and assists the Senior Citizens (SC) complainants by our Legal Officer; Disseminates information about senior citizen privileges from various barangay and establishment; Organizes senior citizen associations and attending their induction of their new set of officers.
Ms. Rowena San Agustin Death Benefits Welfare Assistance in Charge
Ms. Jezebel Montero Centenarian in Charge
Direct Line 8-703-2843
Social Pension 8-703-9518
Atty. Bayani V. Hipol
Membership – Division Head
Information Management – Division Head
Gloria Marie Mariano
Planning and Development – Division Head
Charito P. Zorilla
External Affairs – Division Head
The primary service OSCA renders to the public is the issuance of National Uniform Senior Citizens Identification (ID) Cards to legitimate senior citizens of Quezon City.
Requirements for Availing of These Services
To be eligible for a Senior Citizen’s ID Card, an applicant must be: a Filipino citizen,at least
60 years old, and
a resident in the City for at least 6 months
An applicant must also submit the following: o An Application Form (available at the OSCA office) duly accomplished, o A recent 1″ x 1″ ID photograph, and a photocopy of any of the following documents: + Voter’s ID (Comelec) + Driver’s License + NBI Clearance + Police Clearance + Old Residence Certificate + Postal ID + Any combination of identification documents confirming the applicants name, date of birth and present address.
When applying for replacement of a lost Senior Citizen’s ID Card, an applicant must: Submit two (2) copies of an Affidavit of Loss
Submit two (2) copies of a Police or Barangay Report, and
Pay an ID replacement fee of one hundred pesos (P100.00)
How to Apply for the QC Centenarian Recognition Award
The QC CENTENARIAN RECOGNITION AWARD
The Quezon City Centenarian Recognition Award is a program of the City Government for city residents aged 100 years old or above as a way of continuously supporting the Senior Citizens of the city as promulgated by the Quezon City Ordinance SP-1986, series of 2009. The application process will roll out for approximately one (1) month to maximum of two (2) months upon the receipt of the application and completion of necessary documents.
Original and photocopy of OSCA ID of the Centenarian (at least five (5) years from the date of issuance by QC OSCA);
Certified True Copy of the Birth Certificate or Baptismal Certificate of the Centenarian and other proof of Birth Certificate of Child;
Certificate of Membership from the Barangay Senior Citizens Coordinator where the Centenarian resides;
Duly-accomplished Centenarian Application Form available at OSCA or to the nearest District Action Offices;
One (1) whole body picture; and
Any of the following supporting documents:
Photocopy of Passport (old or new)
Photocopy of QC Postal ID
Voters’ ID/Voters’ Registration
Veterans’ ID/GSIS ID/SSS ID/AFSIAI
Accomplish the Centenarian Application Form available at the QC Office for the Senior Citizens’ Affairs or to the nearest District Action Office and complete the required documents.
Submit all the required documents at the OSCA or District Action Office for the verification of submitted documents by the OSCA staff.
The OSCA will conduct a house visitation for validation of the application.
After the validation, OSCA staff will process the application. Applicants will be asked to wait for further information about the cash incentive release.
Contact Person: Ms. Jezebel Montero(Person-in-Charge) Office Address: Gate 3, Quezon City Hall Complex, Kalayaan Avenue, Quezon City Contact Number:(8) 703-2843
How to Avail of the PAY-OUT OF SOCIAL PENSION PROGRAM FOR INDIGENT SENIOR CITIZENS
The implementation of this program is in compliance with Section 5, Paragraph H, Number 1 of the Republic Act 9994 otherwise known as the Expanded Senior Citizens’ Act of 2010 where the indigent senior citizens of the city with illness/es, with disability, no source of income, do not have any pension from GSIS, SSS, or any insurance company, or those who do not have any regular support from their family/relatives to augment their needs for food and medicines, will receive financial assistance from the government to augment their daily needs for food and medicines. This service depends on the schedule to be determined by the barangay in coordination with the Office of the City Mayor, Office for the Senior Citizens’ Affairs, and Social Services Development Department.
If the social pensioner:
Original and Photocopy of OSCA ID
If representative of the social pensioner:
Authorization letter duly signed or with thumb mark of the Social Pensioner;
Photocopy of valid ID of the representative;
Original and photocopy of OSCA ID of social pensioner with signature or thumb mark in the photocopy; and
Picture of the Social Pensioner holding a newspaper issued at most one (1) week before the scheduled pay-out with the authorized representative.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development will release the List of Qualified Social Pensioners for pay-out.
OSCA and SSDD will coordinate with the different barangays for the schedule of pay-out per district through the help of the Office of the City Mayor.
Wait for the announcement of the barangay regarding the schedule of pay-out and prepare the necessary documents.
Proceed to the venue during the scheduled day and time of pay-out.
Contact Person: Ms. Gloria Mariano/Mr. Matthew Alvarez (Persons-in-Charge) Office Address: Gate 3, Quezon City Hall Complex, Kalayaan Avenue, Quezon City Contact Number: (8) 703-9518