Category Archives: State HEAP

Nebraska HEAP

What is Nebraska HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP Nebraska?

To qualify for Nebraska HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of Nebraska
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for Nebraska LIHEAP

To apply online for Nebraska Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program and all other benefit programs administered by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services please fill out an application using ACCESSNebraska.

Interviews are required for most programs. They are scheduled on receipt of the application. You can call and complete an interview the next business day after the submission of your application.

You may also use the self-screening tool to see what programs to apply for. If you are uncertain what to apply for, please use this tool.

Please contact the local administering agency near you for further questions or to set up an interview.

Program Contact Information

Please visit the Nebraska LIHEAP website for more information.
301 Centennial Mall South, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509 (402) 471-3121
Or contact:
Karma Stockwell
Economic Assistance Policy Supervisor
Division of Children and Family Services
220 S 17th Street
Lincoln, NE 68509
karma.stockwell@nebraska.gov
Telephone: 1-402-471-9291

New Hampshire HEAP

What is New Hampshire HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP New Hampshire?

To qualify for New Hampshire HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of New Hampshire
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for New Hampshire LIHEAP

For application information, contact the Community Action Agency in your area:
http://www.nh.gov/oep/energy/programs/fuel-assistance/agencies.htm

Program Contact Information

For more information on New Hampshire Fuel Assistance, please visit them at: http://www.nh.gov/oep/energy/programs/fuel-assistance/index.htm
You can also contact
Fuel Assistance Program
Manager Celeste Lovett at:
57 Regional Drive, Suite 3
Concord NH 03301-8519
603-271-2155
603-271-2615

New Mexico HEAP

What is New Mexico HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP New Mexico?

To qualify for New Mexico HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of New Mexico
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for New Mexico LIHEAP

To apply for LIHEAP online, please visit the YES New Mexico page.

For additional application information, visit the Apply for Benefits page.

Program Contact Information

Visit the LIHEAP page to learn more.

For detailed information on LIHEAP assistance, please contact your:

Nevada HEAP

What is Nevada HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Nevada LIHEAP is also called Nevada Energy Assistance Program (EAP).

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP Nevada?

To qualify for Nevada HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of Nevada
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for Nevada LIHEAP

To apply for this program, please visit the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services homepage and navigate to Energy Assistance.

Program Contact Information

Please visit the Nevada Division of Welfare and Supportive Services website for more information on LIHEAP.
To get answers to other questions,
call:
Reno/Carson City (775) 684-0730
Las Vegas (702) 486-1404
Toll Free (800) 992-0900
Visit our website at: http://dwss.nv.gov for more information on the program requirements.

Vermont HEAP

What is Vermont HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Vermont LIHEAP is called Vermont Seasonal Fuel Assistance.

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP Vermont?

To qualify for Vermont HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of Vermont
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for Vermont LIHEAP

The application for Vermont Fuel Assistance can also be found at the following location:
http://dcf.vermont.gov/mybenefits/apply_for_benefits

Program Contact Information

You can receive an application by calling the Fuel Office at: 1-800-479-6151  or  802-241-1165
Applications (pdf) for Vermont Fuel Assistance can also be found online at: http://dcf.vermont.gov/mybenefits/apply_for_benefits

South Dakota HEAP

What is South Dakota HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP South Dakota?

To qualify for South Dakota HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of South Dakota
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for South Dakota LIHEAP

To apply for the low income energy assistance program visit:
http://dss.sd.gov/formsandpubs/docs/ENERGY/energyassistanceapplication.pdf

Program Contact Information

To learn more information about the program, please visit the South Dakota Energy Assistance website at: http://dss.sd.gov/energyassistance/lowincome/index.asp
Or directly contact the South Dakota Department of Social Services-Office of Energy Assistance:206 W. MissouriPierre SD 57501
Call 1-800-233-8503 for more information on South Dakota LIHEAP

Kansas HEAP

What is Kansas HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP Kansas?

To qualify for Kansas HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of Kansas
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for Kansas LIHEAP

You can apply online or download an application on the Department for Children and Families’Online Application for Benefits website.

Program Contact Information

Please visit the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services website to learn more about the LIEAP program.
Or call:1-800-432-0043

Utah HEAP

What is Utah HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

Utah LIHEAP is also called Utah Home Energy Assistance Training (HEAT).

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP Utah?

To qualify for Utah HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of Utah
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for Utah LIHEAP

To apply for this program, please contact the local administering agency near you:
local administering agency near you

Program Contact Information

For more information, please visit the HEAT program website.
To contact HEAT program manager Sue Kolthoff, please send an e-mail to skolthoff@utah.gov.
Or you may telephone toll-free and speak to Rhonda, Brian or Sanobi (ext. 80057, 80014 or ext. 80010 respectively) of the HEAT Program:
1-866-205-4357.

Arkansas HEAP

What is Arkansas HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP Arkansas?

To qualify for Arkansas HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of Arkansas
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for Arkansas LIHEAP

To apply, locate your nearest Community Action Agency and call, email, or write to them expressing your desire to apply.

Program Contact Information

Please visit the Arkansas Department of Human Services to find out more information about the LIHEAP program.
Crawford-Sebastian Community Development Council, Inc. (C-SCDC)
Mark Whitmer, Executive Director
P.O. Box 4069
Fort Smith, AR 72914
(479) 785-2303
Fax: (479) 785-2341
Email: mwhitmer@cscdccaa.org
Web: www.cscdccaa.org
Counties served: Crawford, Sebastian
Economic Opportunity Agency of Washington County, Inc. (EOAWC)
Michael Lanier, Executive Director
614 E. Emma, Suite M401, Springdale, AR 72764
(479) 872-7479
Fax: (479) 872-7482
Email: mlanier@eoawc.org
Web: www.eoawc.org
County served: Washington
Mississippi County Arkansas Economic Opportunity Commission, Inc. (MCAEOC)
Sam Scruggs, Executive Director
P.O. Drawer 1289
Blytheville, AR 72316-1289
(870) 776-1054
Fax: (870) 776-1875
Email: sam.scruggs@sbcglobal.net
Web: www.mcaeoc.com
County served: Mississippi

Mississippi HEAP

What is Mississippi HEAP/LIHEAP? – Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

HEAP is a federally funded program that issues heating benefits to supplement a household’s annual energy cost. HEAP program was started in 1981 and is funded by federal government. HEAP also offers an emergency benefit for households in a heat or heat related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP offers a heating equipment repair and/or replacement benefit for homeowners with inoperable heating equipment.

HEAP may help you pay for Electricity, Propane, Natural Gas, Wood, Oil, Kerosene, Coal, or any other heating fuel.

Do You Qualify for HEAP Mississippi?

To qualify for Mississippi HEAP, you must be enrolled in a qualifying social service program (see below):

  • Must be a resident of the state of Mississippi
  • Must need financial assistance for home energy costs
  • You receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as Food Stamps) benefits or
  • You receive Temporary Assistance or
  • You receive Code A Supplemental Security Income (SSI Living Alone)
  • OR your income must be below 150% of the federal poverty guidelines.

Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted beginning around November of each year.

How to apply for Mississippi LIHEAP

If you have never received services before you may apply online through the Virtual ROMA website. You may also contact the Community Action Agency (CAA) or the Human Resource Agency (HRA) by locating the contact information and service locations from the agency directory.

Program Contact Information

For more information about this program, please visit the Mississippi Department of Human Services.
Division of Community Services
1-800-421-0762 | 1-601-359-4768
750 North State Street | Jackson, MS 39202