Stay Healthy in Your Home
Energy assistance is important to all that receive it, but more so for seniors, children and disabled people. These people are especially at risk for life threatening illness or death if their home is too cold in the winter or too hot in the summer.
Be Safe in Your Home
You can face safety risks if you are unable to pay your home energy bills. Some people resort to unsafe methods to keep their homes warm or cool. These include the use of fireplaces, stoves, improperly vented portable heaters, barbecue grills, or overloading electrical circuits. These methods are not only fire hazards, but also create the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Become Energy Smart in Your Home
There are many things to learn to do in your home that will help reduce the cost of energy. We offer special classes to the public throughout the county on how to reduce home energy costs and become energy smart.
What Kinds of Assistance Does LIHEAP Provide?
The County's LIHEAP program may be able to offer you one or more of the following types of assistance:
• Bill payment assistance
• Energy and budget education
• Energy crisis assistance
• Weatherization and energy-related home repairs