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What is the Energy Assistance Program

  • The Energy Assistance Program (EAP) is a federally funded program

  • Grants are paid directly to your energy provider, or utility company, for your bill.

  • Grants range from $300 - $2,000

  • Grants are available to renters and homeowners.

  • Grants are based on energy cost, household size, and income.

  • Grants may be given to households with income at or below 60 percent of the state media income.

How can we help?

  • Payment of energy bills.

  • Payment of water/wastewater bills.

  • Help with utility disconnection or fuel deliveries.

  • Education on efficient and safe use of energy.

  • Advocacy with energy suppliers and human service providers.

  • Repair or replacement of homeowners' broken heating systems.

For more information

How do I apply?

Applications for the 2021-2022 heating season are now available

Please note: Applications must be submitted through your EAP provider.

STEP 1. Find your EAP provider (for help call 1-800-657-3710)
STEP 2. Contact your EAP providers and request an application
OR
Download a PDF application
OR
Request an application by mail using the form below
STEP 3. Return your completed application to your EAP provider.

Downloadable PDF application:

This application can be submitted electronically; see application for detail

 

Energy Assistance Chart

FFY2022 Income Guidelines

Household Size

Three Month Maximum

Annual Income

1

$8,809

$35,237

2

$11,520

$46,080

3

$14,230

$56,922

4

$16,941

$67,765

5

$19,651

$78,607

6

$22,362

$89,450

7

$22,870

$91,483

8

$23,378

$93,515

9

$23,887

$95,548

10

$24,395

$97,581

11

$24,903

$99,614

12

$25,411

$101,647

13

$25,920

$103,680

14

$26,428

$105,713

15

$26,936

$107,746

16

$27,444

$109,779

17

$27,953

$111,812

18

$28,461

$113,845

19

$28,969

$115,878

20

$29,477

$117,911