The Energy Assistance Program offers assistance to eligible households to meet the cost of home energy bills through heating months. Assistance is available to homeowners and renters alike who have an energy burden. Call our offices for the current income guidelines and more information.
Households who have had their utilities shut off, have received a disconnect notice from their utility company, or are out of fuel may be eligible for crisis assistance to help restore service, avert a disconnection of their services, or to have fuel delivered to them. Those households should contact our office as soon as possible to inquire about assistance.
All intake of EAP applications is by appointment. If you have questions, please contact our office for more information.
· Written proof is required at the time of application for all household members with all of the following information:
· Social Security numbers and birth dates
· Verification of income for all members of the household 18 years or older for the 12 months prior to the application date
· Utility bill for electric and heating
· Documentation of income
Elderly, disabled, and homebound applicants should contact the office to inquire about mail-in application.
Applicants must qualify for the program based on the most recent Office Management and Budget guidelines. Eligibility is at or below 150% of poverty. Call to inquire about the current guidelines, schedule an intake appointment.