Fortify your ability to remain independent at home
Maximize your ability to enjoy life
Enhance your security now and later
Plans and decisions for successful aging
Successful people never quit learning. Caregivers deserve reliable and helpful information. When you take one of our FREE self-paced courses you will gain tips and skills that increase your abilities and confidence.
*COVID UPDATE* Our offices are again OPEN to the public. Please if you are experiencing any symptoms do not visit our office, but we can still help you over the phone, 8am to 5pm, M-F, AAA @ 208-233-4032 or SICOG @ 208-233-4535 and we would be happy to assist you.
Our Caregiver Support group is starting up again on June 23rd!!! Everyone is welcome! Meetings are held every 4th Wednesday at 2pm, 214 E. Center St., Pocatello.
The Area V Agency on Aging located in Pocatello provides information and support which maximizes independence and quality of life for older adults, 60 years of age and older, individuals with disabilities and vulnerable adults 18 years and older. The agency serves the citizens of Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power counties. We welcome you to our website for information on advocacy and services.
We are the designated and local Aging and Disability Resource Center for southeast Idaho.
SICOG does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, or creed in the admission, treatment or participation of its programs, services, activities, or employment.
We provide services for the following needs:
Includes our Information and Assistance Program, Nutrition Services, Transportation Services, Legal Assistance, Medicare and Medicaid advice and information, Durable Medical Equipment Lending Closet, Homemaker Assistance, Outreach, Services for Veterans, Commodity Supplement Food Program with Senior Centers, Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, and Volunteer Opportunities.
Valuable information and resources (including Respite) for the caregiver.
Topics and resources include Adult Protection, Skilled Nursing Home Service, Disaster or Emergency Planning.
Our four-year plan, information on government-based resources, and volunteer opportunities.
A list with links to the information and resources of our Agency Partners.
Information on ways you can help us fund the numerous community and in-home services for aging adults.
Adult Protective Services, Aging and Disability Resource Centers, Options Counseling, Family Caregiver Support, Transportation, Nutrition, Medicare assistance.
A collection of resources offered by our agency and others.
Frequently Asked Questions about our aging programs and services.
An Ombudsman is a person concerned about protecting the rights of persons in long term care facilities.
Adult Protective Services helps to protect vulnerable adults by investigating reports of Abuse, Exploitation, Neglect and Self Neglect of Vulnerable Adults.
Our organization, mission, values, and funding.