Crisis Intervention Program (CIP)
Crisis Intervention Program (CIP), is a year-round program that assists individuals and families who are experiencing a heating or cooling related crisis, a life threatening or health related emergency, and have a final notice or past due utility bill. Residents must meet the income guidelines, be responsible for the bill, provide their account number and show proof of income. Assistance is available year-round or until funds run out.
Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP), is a federal program available December - March that assists households with their home heating needs, so they won't have to choose between heating their homes and paying for other basic needs. You do not have to be at risk of disconnection or delinquent to take advantage of this one-time, direct vendor payment in the amount of $300, $400, or $500. Residents must meet the income guidelines, be responsible for the bill, provide their account number and show proof of income.
Assistance is available December 1 - March 31 or until funds run out.
December is application priority month for residents age 60 or older, or disabled and receiving services through the Division of Aging and Adult Services. All households can apply January - March 31.
Any of the following forms of identification: State ID Card, Driver's License or Passport
Social Security Number
Proof of Income
Residents can apply by:
Download and print a flyer to share with your friends, family, and community. Crisis Intervention Program (CIP): English | SpanishLow Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP): English | Spanish