Sieda Community Action Offers Mental Health Services

Our Behavioral Health and Treatment Services offers a wide variety of mental health services. Learn more about how we can help.

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Behavioral Health and Treatment Services

Helping our community by providing prevention and treatment for substance abuse patients.

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Housing Stabilization

Need help with your energy bills?

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Family Support Services

Empowered families are able to provide guidance, safety and well-being for their children. We can help you achieve goals and be self reliant.

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Child Development

Providing services from parenting workshops to child care food programs to enrich our community.

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Sieda Community Action


The Promise of Community Action

Community Action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.

News & Updates

As part of its Seeds of Hope program, Sieda Community Action is offering community garden plots  for Ottumwans who may want to grow their  own fruits, vegetables, and spices, but may lack the space or experience to try. The community garden is located behind Sieda's new Wapello County Resource...

Join us for Healthy Community Day April 26th.  This is a special day of fun activities meant to help build on the incredible potential inside each and every one of us.  Click here for additional information on the 5K Race/2.5K Walk.  Or,...

Join us in learning what products, services, and information on health, safety, and child activities are here in our community!  The Healthy Kids Fair is April 12th from 9:00am to 1:00pm at The Faith United Methodist Church located at 23851 Hwy 5, Centerville.  Activities include; Children's...

Sieda Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) is a program that pays money to registered child care providers who serve healthy meals to the children in their care.  Applies whether care is full time, part time, or occasional.

Benefits to Providers:

  • Money for meals
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People often agree to utility payment plans they cannot afford because they are not aware of their lawful rights to an affordable payment plan. The law says if you have not broken a payment plan in the last 12 months, the utility company must give you a minimum of 12 months to pay any past due...

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