Help with heating bills is available

Program starts Nov. 1 and runs through March 31.
Aaron Krause
Oct 22, 2012

The Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron & Richland Counties, Inc. is announcing the 2013 Winter Crisis Program. This is a heating assistance program that may provide a one-time payment toward a utility and/or bulk service for those who meet the program eligibility requirements. The program starts Nov. 1 and runs through March 31.

To make an appointment, call the automated appointment line at (866) 861-6360.

The applicant must have:

A Utility service that is off or in disconnection status for the gas and/or electric service

A utility service that needs to be started or 25 percent or less supply of bulk fuel (propane fuel oil, wood, coal).

Eligible applicant's total household income must be at or below 200% of the 2012 Federal Poverty guidelines.

All applicants also must provide the following documentation when coming to the appointment:

Proof of income for the previous 13 weeks or seven pays if paid bi-weekly.

Primary and electric heating bills

Proof of disability (If applicable)

Social Security numbers for all household members

Copy of Lease agreement or Rent Receipts (If applicable)

Picture ID of primary applicant

Confirmation number (provided by the automated phone system when scheduling appointment).

Individuals who receive child support or unemployment benefits must bring this documentation with them at the time of their appointment.

 

Comments

propman

Have a politician give a speech in your house. That'll heat it for a whole year.