Low Income Energy Assistance Program
The Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) is a Federally-funded program that provides for a one-time vendor payment to help eligible households pay their heating bills. Only households containing an elderly person age 60 and above or a disabled persons receiving services through the Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) are eligible to potentially receive benefits from December 1st through January 31st or until funds are exhausted.
Any household can potentially receive benefits from February 1st through March 31st or until funds are exhausted.
A household that applies must:
Have at least one U.S. citizen or non-citizen who meets the eligibility criteria
Meet an income test
Have reserves at or below $2,200
Be responsible for its heating bills
Energy Assistance is important to all that receive it, but more so if someone in your home may especially be at risk for a life threatening illness or death if their home is too cold in the winter.
In addition to the LIEAP program, we also offer assistance through our Crisis Intervention Program. For more information on the Crisis Intervention Program please visit our Crisis Intervention Program page.
We strive to keep this information as accurate as possible. If information on this page needs to be updated, please Email us.
Page Modified 11/04/2013