The Community Council of Idaho, Inc. (CC Idaho) is a rural-centered, multi-service nonprofit organization that has impacted Idaho communities since 1971. We are now the largest nonprofit serving Latinos in the state.
Our purpose is to improve the social and economic status of local communities through workforce preparation, education, cultural awareness, civil rights advocacy, and well-being services. We have 10 Migrant and Seasonal Head Start centers throughout southern Idaho that offer full-day bilingual education, parent education, and comprehensive health, nutrition and disability services.
Our Employment and Training program helps farmworkers and low-income individuals increase their trade and professional skills at each of our five community resource centers.
We currently operate five multi-family housing projects that provide affordable, safe and decent residences to homeless and farm labor families in Idaho.
In Eastern Idaho, we have three federally qualified health centers for primary health care, dental services, and behavioral health services. Uninsured patients may receive quality health care at these facilities and pay on a sliding fee scale; Medicaid, Medicare, and private insurance are accepted as well.
Through our services, we impact more than 16,000 individuals across Idaho annually. We will continue to strive for growth so we can expand services and maximize our outreach.