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Program Information

SEICAA’s Affordable Housing Program strives to provide safe and affordable housing assistance options to low-income community members. The Program manages six properties in Bannock County and one property in Bingham County, housing over 150 individuals and families from low-income, disabled, elderly, and veteran populations. Apartment sizes range from studio suites to multi-family units.

Program Guidelines

Applications for the Program’s properties may be downloaded from SEICAA’s website, emailed to interested parties, or picked up in person from SEICAA’s Housing office (Bannock County) or South Oak office (Bingham County). When completed, applicants may email, fax, mail, or turn in applications in person to the property’s respective office.

Applications are always accepted. If there is no vacancy, however, applicants are placed on a waitlist. Applicants on the waitlist are contacted based on the order applications are received. Applicants remain on the waitlist until they become ineligible or ask to be removed. The Program performs credit and criminal checks when processing applications.

SEICAA Housing Office South Oak Apartment Office
641 N. 8th Ave
Pocatello, ID 83201

Phone: (208) 232-1114 (x148)

Hours: 7AM to 5:30PM (M-TH)
(Closed 12:00PM – 12:30PM)

250 S. Oak
Blackfoot, ID 83221

Phone: (208) 643-8631

Hours: M-Th 8AM – 4:30PM (M-TH)
(Closed 12:00PM – 12:30PM)

SEICAA acquired, built, and renovated its properties with funds from Federal and State resources. As such, guidelines and rules for each property vary. Rent, deposit, and amenity information for each property can be found under that property’s description.

If you need to file an appeal or grievance, Appeal/Grievance Forms can be picked up in person at the property’s respective office or downloaded below:

Download the Appeal/Grievance Form
Equal Opportunity: Agency assistance and services shall not be denied to any person based on race, sex, national origin, color, religion, familial or marital status, age, physical or mental disability, receipt of income from public assistance, or because the applicant has, in good faith, exercised any right under the Consumer Credit Protection Act. Click here to view the HMIS Privacy Notice.