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Our offices are now open for public access. SEICAA closely follows the Center for Diseases Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) recommendations regarding COVID-19, including the requirement of face coverings when entering a SEICAA office. Contact your local SEICAA office for more information.

Helping People. Changing Lives.

Southeastern Idaho Community Action Agency Inc. (SEICAA) is a private non-profit organization that has provided a variety of services to low-income, disabled and elderly residents in the seven southeastern Idaho counties since 1969. SEICAA strives to alleviate the devastating effects of poverty through its active mission.

Most poverty-related organizations focus on a specific area of need, such as job training, health care, housing, or economic development. As a direct result of SEICAA’s programs and services, households and individuals reported:

COVID-19 Relief Efforts


Individuals and families received COVID-19 relief funds...

…a combined


used for housing, transportation, and more!

Education & Income Building


Youth demonstrated improved positive approaches towards learning...

…and another


individuals improved their financial well-being!

Energy Conservation


Households improved their energy efficiency and/or reduced their energy burden...

…a combined


of lifetime energy savings!

Health & Social Development


At-risk individuals maintained independent living status...

…saving families and caretakers


of long-term care expenses annually.

Housing & Homeownership


Individuals in households obtained safe and affordable housing...

…and another


households avoided eviction!

Collective Economic Impact


in collective economic impact to Southeast Idaho...

…an increase of


from 2019!


SEICAA Presents: You’ve Been Flocked!

August 17th, 2022|

Program Information SEICAA's You've Been Flocked! Flamingo Fundraiser is a light-hearted effort whose proceeds benefit SEICAA's Bingham County office, particularly its emergency assistance funds. The effort challenges its participants - hereafter referred to as victims - to donate to SEICAA to rid their lawn, storefront, or yard of [...]

SEICAA’s CEO Announces Departure

May 16th, 2022|

SEICAA's Chief Executive Officer, Shantay Bloxham, announced her departure from SEICAA last week. From SEICAA's Board of Directors SEICAA and its Board of Directors, with mixed emotions of sadness and gratitude, are announcing that Shantay Bloxham, our CEO, is leaving to start the next chapter of her career. [...]

Announcement: SEICAA Celebrates March for Meals

March 1st, 2022|

SEICAA Meals on Wheels will be participating in a special March for Meals celebration honoring the 50th anniversary of the Older Americans Act Nutrition Program, the federal legislation that helps to fund community-based programs like Meals on Wheels. Throughout [...]

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