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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. SEICAA administers many social service programs including:

SEICAA has maintained a solid commitment to the seven Southeastern Idaho Counties which the Agency serves:

  • Bannock
  • Bear Lake
  • Bingham
  • Caribou
  • Franklin
  • Oneida
  • Power

For 40 years SEICAA has worked to provide needed services while maintaining a proactive vision for future community needs. During the Agency’s tenure, SEICAA has developed many successful programs that were expanded to other organizations, including the “Tello Bus” Transportation System that was transferred to the City of Pocatello, becoming Pocatello Urban Transit; as well as they Aid for Friends Homeless Shelter.

In addition, SEICAA recently added the Acquisition/Infill Housing Program, which provides affordable homeownership opportunities to households within the City of Pocatello; as well as the Homebuyer Essentials Financial Literacy Program, inclusive of Money Management, Homebuyer Education, Post-Purchase Education integrated with Foreclosure Prevention Training, and Foreclosure Intervention and Default Counseling.

Mission Statement:

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.

SEICAA serves all 7 Southeast Idaho counties:
Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, & Power

Board of Directors:

SEICAA's Board of Directors is made up of a tri-part board, providing maximum diversity to our governing body to the benefit of all we serve.

Chairman of the Board
Kathy Anderson



Executive Director
Debra R. Hemmert, CCAP