CSI Office on Aging


    
  
Caring Volunteers are needed to advocate for residents in Assisted Living and nursing homes in the Magic Valley area. For more information, call the Office on Aging and speak with Marilyn Shiroma at 208-933-2397.


2020-2014 Nutrition RFP Information
Review HERE

Timeline for Submitting HERE
Checklist for Attachments HERE


    


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Get Counted! Census Numbers Determine Funding for Critical Programs

Participating in the 2020 Census is critical for programs that support communities. Federal and state funds are determined by population. Nutrition, employment, transportation, health promotion, in-home services and more depend on the census. This year, it is SUPER EASY to participate from the privacy and convenience of your own computer or device. Go to 2020Census.gov, and respond to 10 short questions. That’s all!

By April 1, 2020, every household received instructions to complete the 2020 Census in the mail. Refer to that mailing or go to 2020Census.gov and complete your responses. When you do this, it marks your address off the list so no one will physically come to your home. It is secure. It is private. It is easy! It is required by law. The U.S. Constitution requires that the population is counted every ten years.

For more information on how census data is used, look here: https://2020census.gov/en/census-data.html

For more information on how your census response helps your community, look here: https://2020census.gov/en/community-impact.html

Thank you in advance for helping support Idaho, our seniors, our children, and our communities





2017-2021 Current Area Plan available for Review HERE
Area 4 Area Plan Approval Letter available for Review HERE

  
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CSI Office on Aging


The CSI Office on Aging (AAA IV) is the official Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) for the Magic Valley

The Area Agency on Aging is funded through the Idaho Commission on Aging with funding from the Administration on Aging, Administration for Community Living, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the State of Idaho.
Located on the College of Southern Idaho campus we serve the eight counties of the Magic Valley (see map below) in South Central Idaho.
 
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