At the Community Resource of Teton Valley,
we see our role as
helping others help themselves.

We serve anyone in need in our Valley–all ages and situations. We work with each client’s individual circumstances, evaluating which resources might work best.

I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.

Mother Teresa

Arely Baez

Case Manager Coordinator

Arely moved to in Teton Valley in 2008. She has been putting her bilingual skill set to use since her high school days, when she translated information for Spanish-speaking students. She went on to earn a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Idaho and is excited to share her passion for helping others within our community. 

“Growing up, I always wanted to be someone that people could turn to for help. I love helping, whether that be through connecting people to resources or standing up for those who are afraid to speak up. The CRCTV has allowed me to do exactly that. The resources are out there, but people don’t know where to access them. I’m here to help improve the quality of life of those in need.” 

Idelia Labra

Client Services Coordinator

Idelia was born and raised in Teton Valley. After graduating from Teton High School in 2008, she attended Idaho State University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish in 2013, followed by a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish for Health Professions, a Pre-Professional Speech Language Pathology certificate, and a certification in Medical Translation and Interpretation in 2015.  In 2016 she earned an Early Childhood Intervention Services certificate from Boise State University.


Idelia’s experience in working with Spanish speaking individuals and families has allowed her to recognize how greatly language barriers can affect daily life. She is looking forward to being an advocate for Spanish speaking families. She aspires to assist individuals and families while helping to identify needs within the community.

During her free time, Idelia enjoys floating the river, skiing, and relaxing with her dog Blu. 

Andrea Swedberg

Food for Good Program Manager

Food is fun! And Andrea has been having fun with food her whole life. From cooking at an early age to making it her profession, Andrea has found a connection with food in all areas of her life. Whether providing her family with nutritious home-cooked meals or crafting up fuel for the backcountry, it’s the growing, prepping, execution, photographing – even composting, and now rescuing food, that bring her the joys of being immersed in food.

Coming on with the Community Resource Center as the Food for Good Program Manager has been a new career highlight! Making sure perfectly edible food makes its way to families in need, to farmers as food for their animals, or at the very least composting it, is an important campaign for Teton Valley as well the whole planet.” 

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