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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

149

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

…a combined

$80,376

used for housing, transportation, and more!

Education & Income Building

23

Youth demonstrated improved positive approaches towards learning...

…and another

590

individuals improved their financial well-being!

Energy Conservation

134

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

…a combined

$562,000

of lifetime energy savings!

Health & Social Development

681

At-risk individuals maintained independent living status...

…saving families and caretakers

$63,000

of long-term care expenses annually.

Housing & Homeownership

962

Individuals in households obtained safe and affordable housing...

…and another

104

households avoided eviction!

Collective Economic Impact

$1,000,000

in collective economic impact to Southeast Idaho...

…an increase of

$100,000

from 2019!

SEICAA News

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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