SEICAA's Board of Directors is seeking a member to serve as a Low-Income Sector Representative. This is a volunteer position. Applicants must meet one of the following criteria to be qualified: You must live in a low-income area (51% or more of the households in the U.S. Census Tract have an income at or below 80% of the area median income, as defined by HUD); Have a household income at or below 80% of the area median income for the area in which you live; Or have been elected by a "Low Income Neighborhood Organization." Applicants are chosen in accordance with [...]
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SEICAA is seeking an entrepreneurial chief executive to provide leadership to our exceptional 50 year record of providing opportunity for low and moderate income citizens of southeast Idaho. SEICAA’s service territory includes Idaho counties; Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power. The organization encompasses 11,000 miles of rural area and employs 37 people. SEICAA was incorporated as a community action agency in 1969; with its central hub located in Pocatello, Idaho. The organization’s budget is $4.2 million dollars with multi-facetted funding streams/ requirements, and is comprised of eight (8) divisions. Administration/Financial Weatherization Community Services Rental housing Homeownership Opportunities “Meals [...]
SEICAA's Chief Executive Officer, Debra R. Hemmert, announced this month she will retire at the end of this year. From SEICAA's Board of Directors We, the Board of Directors of Southeastern Idaho Community Action Agency, Inc. (SEICAA), formally announce the retirement of our Chief Executive Officer, Debra R. Hemmert (Deb), which will be effective on December 31, 2020. Debra, or Debbie and/or Deb as her friends and colleagues like to call her, has served at SEICAA for her career of 37 years. Deb began her work at SEICAA in September of 1983 as the Caribou County Coordinator, a position where she [...]
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Due to the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our community, SEICAA has decided to cancel the 26th Annual Project Warmth golf tournament. We are in the process of providing contributing sponsors with more information. We look forward to planning and hosting next year's tournament in 2021. As always, details will be posted on our Facebook page and on our website as they become available. We hope to see you on the green next year!
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Update: Considering the impact this pandemic has had (and will continue to have) on our sponsors, participants, volunteers, and staff, as well as the stages and restrictions set by the Governor’s Stay Healthy Order, the 8th Annual Urban Invasion Obstacle Challenge has been cancelled. Summertime is GAME TIME. Re/MAX and First Colony Mortgage present the 8th Annual Urban Invasion Obstacle Challenge! Pocatello’s only 5K obstacle race returns June 27, 2020. This is not a lone wolf campaign – grab three friends, come up with a team name, and register your team for a chance to take on the [...]
Update: Due to the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on our community, the 14th annual Driving for Dough golf tournament has been cancelled. Register Today! Everyone is driven by something. SEICAA’s Meals on Wheels program is driven not only to provide nutritious meals to home-bound and disabled individuals, but to provide them a connection with the outside community. But, we need your help. Enter the program’s most renowned event: the Driving for Dough Golf Tournament. Funds raised from the annual tournament help SEICAA’s Meals on Wheels program provide more meals to our community’s elderly and disabled [...]
We want to hear from you! Please take a moment to fill out the survey linked below. Regardless of the sector you represent, your feedback helps SEICAA not only identify the barriers around moving out of poverty, it helps structure our programs and services to assist our participants achieve economic independence and self-sufficiency. Click here to take the 2020 Community Based Needs Assessment Survey.
All of SEICAA’s offices will being accepting applications for the 2019-2020 Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) season starting November 4, 2019. LIHEAP is a federal program designed to assist with home heating costs, providing eligible participants a once-per-year payment to assist with home heating costs. If you are interested in applying for LIHEAP benefits, please contact your local SEICAA office to schedule an appointment. Visit the Energy Assistance page of our website for more information regarding application requirements, program eligibility, and services provided by your county's SEICAA office.