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COVID-19 Updates

In response to the increased number of active COVID-19 cases in Southeast Idaho, SEICAA’s offices will be open for business with restrictions for public access effective September 28, 2021 until further notice. SEICAA will continue to provide services during normal business hours, but entrances to its offices will be locked to properly manage its capacity limits. Access to SEICAA’s offices will be permitted on a scheduled or case-by-case basis and only if other methods of contact and/or service delivery have been exhausted. When access is permitted to a SEICAA office, only one person per household (as defined by SEICAA) will be allowed to enter. Face coverings are required to enter a SEICAA office. If you need to contact a SEICAA office to make an appointment or to make arrangements for eligibility documents, please call your local SEICAA office. SEICAA thanks you for your continued commitment to the health and safety of other community members and for your understanding during this time.

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What is SEICAA?

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 SEICAA’s active mission.

Our Mission

SEICAA is dedicated to providing opportunity and support for individuals and communities to thrive and reach their fullest potential, promoting self-sufficiency and greater economic independence through services, education, affordable housing and training.

What Sets Us Apart

Most poverty-related organizations focus on  a specific area of need, such as job training,  health care, housing, or economic  development. SEICAA reaches out to low-income people in their communities, address their multiple needs through a comprehensive bi-annual Community Needs Assessment, develop partnerships with other community organizations, involves low-income participants in the Agency’s planning, and administers a full  range of coordinated programs designed to have a measurable impact on poverty.

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SEICAA Presents: Adopt a Family

October 27th, 2021|

Program Information SEICAA's Adopt a Family Program is an annual, collaborative effort between SEICAA and community donors (or sponsors) that aims to brighten the holiday season for families in need. Made possible by the generous support from local businesses and individuals, the Program distributes clothing, [...]

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Latest Past Events

Socks for Seniors 2019 Stocking Stuffing

This is a volunteer event hosted by SEICAA. If you or your business are interested in this volunteer opportunity, reach out by emailing us at socksforseniors@seicaa.org or by calling (208) 232-1114.

Shop with a Cop 2019

Shop with a Cop returns for the 2019 holiday season! Based in Pocatello and Chubbuck, this event allows one 6 to 9 year old child to shop with a cop for his or her whole family for Christmas. Children participating in the event are to be dropped off at Alameda Middle School at 8:00am and picked up at Walmart at 10:00am. For more information, contact SEICAA by calling (208) 232-1114. Registration forms are available at SEICAA's Community Services, located at 825 E. Bridger St.

Subway Cares

Help bring meals to local seniors! Support Meals on Wheels by rounding up your Subway purchase to the nearest dollar and donate the change (or any amount).

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