ANTIPOLO CITY, Rizal, Dec. 6 (PIA) — The Antipolo City government headed by Mayor Nilo Leyble has conducted a Social Service Caravan for residents of Sitio Epitaph, Barangay San Isidro.
The program provided medical and dental treatment such as rabies vaccination, free legal consultation for some 1,000 residents of the sitio.
“We will continue to deliver the social services caravan to our citizens to show them that the local government is ready to provide health services and other needs to them,” Leyble said. “We also hope for support in other programs and projects for the city.”
The Social Services Caravan also includes other services such as laboratory check-ups, financial and burial assistance, livelihood through the City Cooperative and Livelihood Office including free medicine and vitamins.
The caravan was held through the Office of the Executive Assistant for Social Services led by executive assistant Atty. Menchie Leyble and the City Social Welfare and Development Office under Nadeia Sarte.
Other departments and program offices that supported the Social Caravan include City Veterinary Office (CVO) under Dr. Eyang Vergara, City Cooperative and Livelihood Office (CCLO) headed by Weng Zapanta. Also present to provide assistance is the Local Civil Registry (LCR) under Cresencia Lagasca, Dr. Antonio Reillo of the City Health Office and Dr. Evelyn Chua of Antipolo Community Hospital and other sponsors. (Antipolo PIO)