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Endless Mountain Mission Center - Bradford County
Emergency Aid - Endless Mountain Mission Center
COVID-19 UPDATES: Operating as normal for the time being (3/23). Offers aid with utility assistance and rental assistance.
51 Mission Center Drive
Troy, PA 16947
Eligibility: Call for information.
Act In Faith of Greater West Chester
ACT in Faith - Utility Service Payment Assistance
Helps individuals pay their utility bills to prevent shutoffs.
212 South High Street
West Chester, PA 19382
Eligibility: West Chester Residents Only
Hours: Monday: 10:00am to 12:00pm; Wednesday: 1:00pm to 3:00 pm; Thursday: 10:30am to 12:00pm
activiLighthouse Foundation
Lighthouse Foundation - Whole Life Ministries Program
Provides emergency relief with job training and life skills programs.
116 Browns Hill Road
Valencia, PA 16059
Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:00am to noon
Adams Electric Cooperative
Project Helping Hand - Adams
Project Helping Hand accepts donations from willing co-op members by "rounding up" the their electric bills to the nearest dollar or through tax deductible donations. All donations go directly to help qualifying Adams Electric members, who are struggling to pay their electric bills. These funds are distributed through local human service agencies.
1380 Biglerville Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Eligibility: Adams Electric customers.
Hours: Monday through Thursday from 7:00am to 5:00pm
Adams Electric Cooperative
Project Helping Hand - York
Project Helping Hand accepts donations from willing co-op members by "rounding up" the their electric bills to the nearest dollar or through tax deductible donations. All donations go directly to help qualifying Adams Electric members, who are struggling to pay their electric bills. These funds are distributed through local human service agencies.
200 Trinity Road
Route 616
York, PA 17408
Eligibility: Adams Electric customers.
Hours: Monday through Thursday from 7:00am to 5:00pm
Allegheny Valley Association of Churches
Allegheny Valley Association of Churches - Financial Stability - Emergency Financial Assistance
Provides financial assistance to families who are in emergency situations. The assistance is in the form of gasoline assistance, clothing, furniture, emergency food vouchers, emergency travel assistance, help with rent and utilities and help with prescriptions. Also provides referrals to other agencies.
1913 Freeport Road
Natrona Heights, PA 15065
Eligibility: Income under 125% of Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm
American Rescue Workers, Inc. Hollidaysburg PA Office
American Rescue Workers, Inc. Hollidaysburg PA Office Electric Service Payment Assistance
Financial assistance for low-income individuals who need help paying for electric service.
811 Scotch Valley Road
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648
Eligibility: Low-income.
Hours: 9:00AM-Noon and 1:00-4:00PM, Monday through Friday
Armstrong County Community Action Agency
Armstrong County Community Action Agency Housing Assistance Program
Provides help for the homeless or near homeless in the areas of rental assistance, assessment for housing services and utility assistance.
705 Butler Road
Kittanning, PA 16201
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Army Emergency Relief
Army Emergency Relief
Army Emergency Relief (AER) is a non-profit, charitable organization independent of, but closely associated with the United States Army. Army Emergency Relief helps US Army soldiers and their dependents, by providing emergency aid, in the form of either a direct grant (a cash gift, not to be repaid) or an interest-free loan, and by giving college scholarships to children of soldiers. Under Army regulations, officers must recommend whether their soldiers deserve aid. Emergency Aid Help with emergency financial needs for:
  • Rent/Mortgage
  • Vehicle repair
  • Emergency travel
  • Utilities/Deposits
  • Funeral expenses
  • Food
  • Non-receipt of pay
  • Relocation travel
  • Dependant dental
  • Medical expenses
  • Repair/Replacement of HVAC
  • Repair/Replacement of major appliances
  • Replacement vehicle
  • Loss of funds
  • Cranial helmets
  • Essential furniture
  • Car seats
  • Rental vehicle
Loans up to $1000 do not require command recommendation, and there is no limit to the amount of funds Army Emergency Relief may authorize. Officers are responsible for ensuring that their soldiers repay AER loans. Scholarships Army Emergency Relief maintains two scholarship programs – the Spouse Education Assistance Program and the MG James Ursano Scholarship Program for dependent children. Both scholarships provide financial assistance for students who are pursuing their first undergraduate degree. Scholarship applications are accepted from 1 January to 1 May each year for assistance for the following academic year. Scholarship award amounts are not guaranteed and vary each year based on the total number of applicants in each program and budget amount allotted to the scholarship programs. Visit website for additional information.
2530 Crystal Drive
Suite 13161, 13th Floor
Arlington, VA 22202
Eligibility: The following individuals are eligible for assistance from Army Emergency Relief:
  • Soldiers on extended active duty and their dependents.
  • Members of the Reserve Components of the Army (National Guard under Title 10 authority and Army Reserve) who are on continuous active duty for more than 30 consecutive days and their eligible family members.
  • Soldiers retired from active duty because of longevity or physical disability or retired upon reaching age 60 (Reserve Components) and their eligible family members.
  • Widows, widowers and orphans of Soldiers who died while on active duty or after retirement as cited above.
Associated Charities
Associated Charities - Member to Member Electricity Assistance
Provides electricity assistance to Northwestern Rural Electric Co-Operative, Inc. (REC) members from REC members.
409 E Central Avenue
Titusville, PA 16354
Eligibility: Low income, disabilities
Hours: Call for more information.
Benefits Data Trust
Benefits Data Trust - PA Benefits Center
Provides assistance over the phone for older and disabled Pennsylvanians to apply for: - PACE/PACENET (Rx assistance) - LIS/Extra Help (SSA benefit for Medicare Part D) - SNAP (food stamps) - LIHEAP (heating assistance) - Property Tax or Rent Rebate - Mediaid - Medicare Savings Program (MSP) - Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Counselors are available to discuss health insurance options and help understand the new health care law (Affordable Care Act). Contact the Benefit Services Center at: 1-800-528-9594 (toll free) 1-833-373-5869 (other) 215-207-9100 (main adminstrative number)
1500 Market Street
Suite 2800
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Eligibility: PA residents 60+.
Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Benefits Data Trust
Benefits Data Trust - BenePhilly
Provides in-person or over the phone assistance to any Philadelphian seeking to apply for a variety of state and federal benefit programs including: - PACE/PACENET (Rx assistance) - LIS/Extra Help (SSA benefit for Medicare Part D) - SNAP (food stamps) - LIHEAP (heating assistance) - Property Tax or Rent Rebate - Medicaid - Medicare Savings Program (MSP) - CHIP - TANF - Homestead Exemption BenePhilly can also provide screenings and assistance in seeking Social Security Disability benefits (SSI/SSDI), WIC, Unemployment Insurance, health insurance counseling, and many other services.
2 Logan Square
Suite 550
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Eligibility: Residents of Philadelphia.
Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Blair County Community Action Agency
Blair County Community Action Utility Assistance Electric Service Payment Assistance
Financial assistance for paying utility bills.
Eligibility: Must be renting, (Must state in the lease that interruption of services will result in eviction) must have employment/income (child support is considered income and so is cash assistance but they must have a positive budget) must reside in Blair County.
Hours: Hours vary.
Bob Perks Cancer Assistance Fund Agency
Bob Perks Fund - Main Administrative Office - Electric Service Payment Assistance
We will assist cancer patients with paying electric bills.
PO Box 313
State College, PA 16804
Eligibility: Those with cancer who need help with basic necessities.
Hours: Call with any questions or for more information.
Boyertown Area Multi-Service
Boyertown Area Multi-Service - Energy Assistance
Designed to assist with utilities (electric and gas) or fuel bills. Assist with completing of Crisis Fuel applications through LIHEAP.
200 West Spring Street
Boyertown, PA 19512
Eligibility: Individuals needing assistance with utilities or a fuel bill; Based on income
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Brashear Association
Brashear Association - Utility Assistance - Brashear Center
Helps low-income households access utility assistance through the application process for LIHEAP, Crisis, CAP programs, Dollar Energy, and weatherization services. Partners include Dollar Energy and Columbia Gas.
2005 Sarah Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Eligibility: 200% Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm By Appointment Only
Brashear Association
Brashear Association - Utility Assistance - Neighborhood Employment Center
Helps low-income households access utility assistance through the application process for LIHEAP, Crisis, CAP programs, Dollar Energy, and weatherization services. Partners include Dollar Energy and Columbia Gas.
730 East Warrington Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
Eligibility: 200% Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm By Appointment Only
Brashear Association
Brashear Association - Utility Assistance - The Pet Shop
Helps low-income households access utility assistance through the application process for LIHEAP, Crisis, CAP programs, Dollar Energy, and weatherization services. Partners include Dollar Energy and Columbia Gas.
212 Brownsville Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15210
Eligibility: 200% Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm By Appointment Only
Bucks County Opportunity Council
Emergency Services (Central Bucks)
Emergency and preventative assistance helps low-income families achieve and maintain their self-sufficiency. Services include rental and move in assistance and prevention of shut-offs for electrical, water, sewer, gas and other utilities. Whenever possible, families and individuals are asked to contribute a co-payment.
1282 Almshouse Road
Doylestown, PA 18901
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Bucks County Opportunity Council
Emergency Services (Lower Bucks)
Emergency and preventative assistance helps low-income families achieve and maintain their self-sufficiency. Services include rental and move in assistance and prevention of shut-offs for electrical, water, sewer, gas and other utilities. Whenever possible, families and individuals are asked to contribute a co-payment.
721 Veterans Highway
Bristol, PA 19007
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Bucks County Opportunity Council
Emergency Services (Upper Bucks)
Emergency and preventative assistance helps low-income families achieve and maintain their self-sufficiency. Services include rental and move in assistance and prevention of shut-offs for electrical, water, sewer, gas and other utilities. Whenever possible, families and individuals are asked to contribute a co-payment.
136 C Mill Road
Quakertown, PA 18951
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Carbon County Action Committee For Human Services
Carbon County Action Committee For Human Services - Utility Assistance
Agency can assist low income customers with home heating expenses through several programs including: Operation Help (emergency grants to prevent electric service termination), other emergency assistance grants for emergency fuel deliveries, and/or the State WAP, PPL WRAP, or UGI LIURP weatherization assistance programs that install energy savings measures for the purpose of reducing heat loss and home heating expenses).
267 South Second Street
Lehighton, PA 18235
Eligibility: Residents of Carbon County
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm ; closed major holidays
Casa Guadalupe Center
Casa Guadalupe Center - Utility Assistance
Administers the Operation Help program which offer year round heating bill payment assistance (oil, electric and gas utilities) and security deposit waivers to PPL customers who qualify (low income and extreme hardship).
218 North 2nd Street
Allentown, PA 18101
Eligibility: Low income PPL customers
Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:00pm
Catholic Charities - Lehigh/Northampton Administrative Office
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Allentown - Community Support Program
Case management services assist individuals with goal setting to help individuals and families to establish and sustain self-sufficiency. Referrals are made to the appropriate resources. Can provide housing and utility funds, budgeting and job search counseling and prescription assistance. Financial support with groceries for Puerto Rican evacuees
234 Grace Street
Reading, PA 19611
Eligibility: Berks County resident regardless of race, ethnic origin, religion, gender, age, color, political affiliation, creed, disability of limited English proficiency
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Catholic Charities - Lehigh/Northampton Administrative Office
Catholic Charities - Schuylkill-Carbon

Catholic Charities provides a range of human services to individuals, families and parishes. Services: - Adoption - Pregnancy - Immigration Services - Senior Services - Counseling - Community Support - Parish Outreach - Housing
319 Mahantongo Street
Pottsville, PA 17901
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm; other times by appointment
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown
Catholic Charities Emergency Fuel / Utility Assistance - Bellefonte Office
Catholic Charities will provide emergency fuel/utility assistance to residents of the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown, depending on availability of funding. The definition of “emergency” is a circumstance that presents a serious, imminent threat to the health and safety of the household and the household has no other safe/viable heating options. Catholic Charities will prioritize emergency fuel/utility assistance to the following groups
  • Families with young children
  • Elderly
  • Families/Individuals on a “fixed” income (from governmental sources)
  • Individuals with physical or mental disabilities
  • Based on level of need and availability of funding, eligible households may be able to receive fuel/utility financial assistance once during the 2010-11 winter season. Applications for home fuel will not be accepted until November 1, 2010. Exceptions may be granted for special circumstances. Utility (water, gas, electricity, etc.) assistance will be available at any time. Approved fuel/utility payments are made directly to the vendor, not the client. Catholic Charities is NOT able to assist with security deposits on utilities, or payments toward outstanding utility bills from previous addresses.
1300 Benner Pike
State College, PA 16801
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown
Emergency Fuel / Utility Assistance - Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown
Catholic Charities will provide emergency fuel/utility assistance to residents of the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown, depending on availability of funding. The definition of “emergency” is a circumstance that presents a serious, imminent threat to the health and safety of the household and the household has no other safe/viable heating options. Catholic Charities will prioritize emergency fuel/utility assistance to the following groups
  • Families with young children
  • Elderly
  • Families/Individuals on a “fixed” income (from governmental sources)
  • Individuals with physical or mental disabilities
Based on level of need and availability of funding, eligible households may be able to receive fuel/utility financial assistance once during the 2010-11 winter season. Applications for home fuel will not be accepted until November 1, 2010. Exceptions may be granted for special circumstances. Utility (water, gas, electricity, etc.) assistance will be available at any time. Approved fuel/utility payments are made directly to the vendor, not the client. Catholic Charities is NOT able to assist with security deposits on utilities, or payments toward outstanding utility bills from previous addresses.
Holy Spirit Parish
3 East Walnut Street
Lock Haven, PA 17745
Hours: Mon - Fri 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg PA
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg PA Indiana Electric Bill Payment Assistance
**May take up to 5 business days to receive a call back.** Provides financial assistance to low income residents to help with security deposits, reconnect fees or to pay their electric bill if they are facing a shut off.
1200 Oakland Avenue
Indiana, PA 15701
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg PA
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg Fayette Electric Bill Payment Assistance
**May take up to 5 business days to receive a call back.** Provides electric bill payment assistance, including security deposits and reconnect fees, to low income residents
140 North Beeson Avenue
Suite 406
Uniontown, PA 15401
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg PA
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg PA Armstrong Electric Bill Payment Assistance
Provides financial assistance to low income residents for help in paying their electric bills, utility security deposits and utility reconnect fees.
348 North Water Street
Kittanning, PA 15201
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg PA
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Greensburg Westmoreland Electric Bill Payment Assistance
**May take up to 5 business days to receive a call back.** Provides electric bill payment assistance to avoid termination; can also provide help with a security deposit
711 East Pittsburgh Street
Greensburg, PA 15601
Eligibility: Income within 175% of federal poverty guidelines.
Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh Washington County
Provides programs and services that assist with immediate needs while empowering individuals and families to attain self-sufficiency. Assistance with basic needs, pregnancy and parenting support and Professional mental health counseling.
331 South Main Street
Washington, PA 15301
Eligibility: Varies by Service. Please call to discuss.
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Closed Friday
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh Greene County
Provides programs and services that assist with immediate needs while empowering individuals and families to attain self- sufficiency. Individual, couples and family counseling; pregnancy and parenting support; and help with basic needs assistance.
72 East High Street
Waynesburg, PA 15730
Hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 8:00am to 4:00pm
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc.
Catholic Charities of Lawrence County - Basic Needs Assistance
Basic needs includes limited financial assistance for utilities including assistance through Dollar Energy and CAP programs.
119 E. North Street
New Castle, PA 16101
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc. - Duquesne Light CAP Office
Provides access to a variety of energy assistance programs so families can maintain their utility services, including Customer Assistance Program (CAP). CAP helps low-income, payment troubled customers of Duquesne Light establish manageable payment plans.
212 Ninth Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00am to noon
Center for Community Action
Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
Provides rental assistance for eligible individuals/families when facing eviction and provides rapid re-housing for individuals/families who are literally homeless.
195 Drive-In Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Eligibility: Homeless Prevention: Under 30% AMI. Proof of identification. Eviction within 14 days of date issued. Utility shutoff notice. Rapid Re-Housing: Proof of identification. Income does not apply. Literally homeless. Individuals pulled from Community Que through HMIS.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Center for Community Action
GPU WARM - West Penn Power WARM - First Energy
Energy conservation measures are installed to homes for utility customers experiencing high kilowatt usage. Energy education services are also provided. For West Penn Power and Penelec customers only.
195 Drive-In Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Eligibility: 200% of Federal Poverty Guideline. Must be Penelec or West Penn Power customer. Electric account must be in the customer’s name. Home must have a minimum annual usage of 6,500 kwt. Customer must have lived in the residence at least 6 months. Landlord must give permission for services. Services can only be received once in 5 years. Household usage must be 12,000 kwh annually.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Center for Community Action
Homeless Assistance Program (HAP)
Rental assistance, case management and financial literacy are available for individuals/families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, such as facing eviction and electric shut-off notices.
195 Drive-In Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Eligibility: Proof of identification. Pays security deposit, 1st month rent, rental arrears, utility arrears. Income must exceed expenses. Homeless or near homeless. Eviction or utility shut off notice. Domestic Violence individuals do not need income to be eligible.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Center for Community Action
GPU WARM PLUS - West Penn Power WARM PLUS- Mulitfamily
Energy conservation measures are installed to homes for utility customers experiencing high kilowatt usage. Energy education services are also provided.
195 Drive-In Lane
Everett, PA 15537
Eligibility: 150% of Federal Poverty Guideline. Must be Penelec or West Penn Power customer. Electric account must be in the customer’s name. Home must have a minimum annual usage of 6,500 kwt. Customer must have lived in the residence at least 6 months. Landlord must give permission for services. Services can only be received once in 5 years. Household usage must be 12,000 kwh annually.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Center for Community Resources
Center for Community Resources - Utility Assistance
Information and referral hotline to assist Butler County residents in resolving a home heating and energy crisis. Acts as a single point of contact for the many governmental, private and charitable funds that are available to address energy and related needs. Also provides weatherization and energy conservation information.
212 South Main Street
Suite 625
Butler, PA 16001
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Center in the Park
Center in the Park - Counselor
Provides assistance with member concerns regarding benefits and entitlements such as; SNAP, Social Security, housing issues and repairs, PACE applications and Property Tax/Rent Rebate Programs.
5818 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm
Central Electric Cooperative
Central Electric Cooperative Family Fund Assistance
Program helps those in need of energy assistance. Family Fund assists needy families or individuals who have their permanent residence on Central Electric Cooperative lines. Funds are raised through contributions from members and employees. Each fund is administered by different agencies. You must apply to each individual fund listed below: * Allegheny County – Department of Human Services: 412-350-3911 * Armstrong County – Community Action Office: 724-548-3405 * Butler County – The Salvation Army: 724-287-5532
705 Butler rd
Kittanning, PA 16201
Hours: 8:00am-4:00pm, Monday-Friday
Central Pennsylvania Community Action
Central Pennsylvania Community Action - Aaronsburg - Utility Assistance
Utility assistance services include DOLLAR ENERGY, NEIGHBOR FOR NEIGHBOR, H2O HELP TO OTHERS PROGRAM, PENNSYLVANIA AMERICAN WATER (PAWC) and WARM AND WARM PLUS SERVICES, FIRSTENERGY COMPANIES, PENELEC AND WEST PENN POWER. Provides information and guidance throughout assitance process.
337 East Aaron Square
Aaronsburg, PA 16820
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Central Pennsylvania Community Action
Central Pennsylvania Community Action - Bellefonte - Utility Assistance
Utility assistance services include, DOLLAR ENERGY, NEIGHBOR FOR NEIGHBOR, H2O HELP TO OTHERS PROGRAM, PENNSYLVANIA AMERICAN WATER (PAWC) and WARM AND WARM PLUS SERVICES, FIRSTENERGY COMPANIES, PENELEC AND WEST PENN POWER. Provides information and guidance throughout assitance process.
109 West Bishop Street
Bellefonte, PA 16823
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Central Pennsylvania Community Action
Central Pennsylvania Community Action - Clearfield Office - Housing Assistance
The HAP program provides assistance for those at risk of becoming homeless through rental, utility and mortgage assistance. The program requires sustainable income to maintain rental/utilities/mortgage. This program, funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, through Clearfield County, serves to assist qualified applicants who are having difficulty making monthly rent payments, utility payments or mortgage payments.
207 East Cherry Street
Clearfield , PA 16830
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Central Pennsylvania Community Action
Central Pennsylvania Community Action - Clearfield Office - Utility Assistance
Utility assistance services include, DOLLAR ENERGY, NEIGHBOR FOR NEIGHBOR, H2O HELP TO OTHERS PROGRAM, PENNSYLVANIA AMERICAN WATER (PAWC) and WARM AND WARM PLUS SERVICES, FIRSTENERGY COMPANIES, PENELEC AND WEST PENN POWER. Provides information and guidance throughout assitance process.
207 East Cherry Street
Clearfield , PA 16830
Eligibility: Call or visit website for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Central Pennsylvania Community Action
Central Pennsylvania Community Action - Philipsburg - Utility Assistance
Utility assistance services include, DOLLAR ENERGY, NEIGHBOR FOR NEIGHBOR, H2O HELP TO OTHERS PROGRAM, PENNSYLVANIA AMERICAN WATER (PAWC) and WARM AND WARM PLUS SERVICES, FIRSTENERGY COMPANIES, PENELEC AND WEST PENN POWER. Provides information and guidance throughout assitance process.
14 South Front Street
Philipsburg, PA 16866
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Central Susquehanna Opportunities, Inc.
Utility Assistance - Bloomsburg
**COVID-19 UPDATES* - Continuing to provide services via phone and appointments only.PPL E-PowerWise Program: Programming offers community members a chance to save up to $400.00 a year on their electricity bills. Provides income-eligible households a free conservation kit, valued at around $80.00. Eligible individuals also attend a conservation workshop to â??reduce energy use and save moneyâ?. UGI CAP (Customer Assistance Program): Individuals who are struggling to pay their natural gas charges may be referred to enroll in an affordable payment plan. UGI Operation Share: Assist with the submission of an application to receive a one-time payment toward UGI Central Penn Natural Gas service. Dollar Energy Fund: Assist with the submission of an application CSO, Inc. can help you submit an application to receive a one-time payment toward specific utility bills. This program begins October 1st of each year. Aqua Pennsylvaniaâ??s Helping Hand Program: Aqua Pennsylvania customers who are struggling to pay their water charges may be referred to enroll in a payment plan.
16 Sherwood Drive
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Central Susquehanna Opportunities, Inc.
Utility Assistance - Shamokin
**COVID-19 UPDATES* - Continuing to provide services via phone and appointments only. PPL E-PowerWise Program: Programming offers community members a chance to save up to $400.00 a year on their electricity bills. Provides income-eligible households a free conservation kit, valued at around $80.00. Eligible individuals also attend a conservation workshop to â??reduce energy use and save moneyâ?. UGI CAP (Customer Assistance Program): Individuals who are struggling to pay their natural gas charges may be referred to enroll in an affordable payment plan. UGI Operation Share: Assist with the submission of an application to receive a one-time payment toward UGI Central Penn Natural Gas service. Dollar Energy Fund: Assist with the submission of an application CSO, Inc. can help you submit an application to receive a one-time payment toward specific utility bills. This program begins October 1st of each year. Aqua Pennsylvaniaâ??s Helping Hand Program: Aqua Pennsylvania customers who are struggling to pay their water charges may be referred to enroll in a payment plan.
2 East Arch Street
Shamokin, PA 17872
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Central Susquehanna Opportunities, Inc.
Utility Assistance - Milton
**COVID-19 UPDATES* - Continuing to provide services via phone and appointments only. PPL E-PowerWise Program: Programming offers community members a chance to save up to $400.00 a year on their electricity bills. Provides income-eligible households a free conservation kit, valued at around $80.00. Eligible individuals also attend a conservation workshop to â??reduce energy use and save moneyâ?. UGI CAP (Customer Assistance Program): Individuals who are struggling to pay their natural gas charges may be referred to enroll in an affordable payment plan. UGI Operation Share: Assist with the submission of an application to receive a one-time payment toward UGI Central Penn Natural Gas service. Dollar Energy Fund: Assist with the submission of an application CSO, Inc. can help you submit an application to receive a one-time payment toward specific utility bills. This program begins October 1st of each year. Aqua Pennsylvaniaâ??s Helping Hand Program: Aqua Pennsylvania customers who are struggling to pay their water charges may be referred to enroll in a payment plan.
2 East Arch Street
Shamokin, PA 17872
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Central Susquehanna Opportunities, Inc.
Utility Assistance - Sunbury
**COVID-19 UPDATES* - Continuing to provide services via phone and appointments only. PPL E-PowerWise Program: Programming offers community members a chance to save up to $400.00 a year on their electricity bills. Provides income-eligible households a free conservation kit, valued at around $80.00. Eligible individuals also attend a conservation workshop to reduce energy use and save money. UGI CAP (Customer Assistance Program): Individuals who are struggling to pay their natural gas charges may be referred to enroll in an affordable payment plan. UGI Operation Share: Assist with the submission of an application to receive a one-time payment toward UGI Central Penn Natural Gas service. Dollar Energy Fund: Assist with the submission of an application CSO, Inc. can help you submit an application to receive a one-time payment toward specific utility bills. This program begins October 1st of each year. Aqua Pennsylvanian's Helping Hand Program: Aqua Pennsylvania customers who are struggling to pay their water charges may be referred to enroll in a payment plan.
228 Arch Street
Sunbury, PA 17801
Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Charitable Deeds and Services
Charitable Deeds and Services - Financial Assistance
Financial help to needy households. Financial assistance up to $200 once per 12-month period.
260 Highpoint Road
Knox, PA 16232
Eligibility: Individuals and Families in the Clarion, Venango and Forest areas.
Hours: To schedule appointments, Mondays & Thursdays, 9:00am to 11:30am Call for more information.
Christian Churches United
Operation HELP - PPL
As of 03/17/2020, due to COVID-19, the office is doing all the intakes over the phone and are not accepting any walk-ins. If someone does show up, HELP will take their phone number to call them and send them away. The only exception would be someone without a phone and those residents should expect to have a long wait. Operation HELP pays energy bills for customers who, as a result of hardships and limited income, have difficulty paying their energy bills. Lower Dauphin's Operation HELP Funds are only used to pay for Electric.
413 South 19th Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm; Walk-in hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 11:00am; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
City of Reading
City of Reading - Human Relations Commission, Rental and Utility Assistance

Provides rental assistance for residents that live within the City of Reading. Must have an eviction notice. Click here for application Provides utility assistance for residents that live within the City of Reading. Must have shut off notice. Provides one time help for low-income homeowners with their water, sewer, trash and recycling bills. See eligibility.
815 Washington Street
Reading, PA 19601
Eligibility: Contact office to discuss income restrictions Water Assistance Hardship Program - Applicants must be a Reading Area Water Customer and must be a homeowners, not tenants; Must meet certain income guidelines; and must be current on their existing bills. May receive one time a year - up to $150.00 in credit on the water, sewer, trash and recycling bills.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania
Columbia Gas of Pennsylvania Medical Certification
Will delay termination of service for up to 30 days when customers have a licensed physician complete a medical certification form stating that termination would be hazardous to the health or safety of a permanent resident of the home.
121 Champion Way
Suite 100
Canonsburg, PA 15317
Hours: Weekdays, 7:00am to 5:00pm
Commission on Economic Opportunity
Utility Payment Assistance - Commission on Economic Opportunity - Tunkhannock
CEO is able to provide utility customers with access to assistance to help with bill payment for gas and electric services.
819 Hunter Highway
Wyoming County Human Services Bldg
Tunkhannock, PA 18657
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:00pm
Commission on Economic Opportunity
Utility Payment Assistance - Commission on Economic Opportunity - Wilkes Barre
CEO is able to provide utility customers with access to assistance to help with bill payment for gas and electric services.
165 Amber Lane
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm
Commission on Economic Opportunity
Utility Payment Assistance Commission on Economic Opportunity Hazleton
CEO Haz is able to provide utility customers with access to assistance to help with bill payment for gas and electric services thru PPL, UGI Fuel Funds and Energy Conservation PPL programs, such as security deposit waivers.
100 West Broad Street Suite 11
Broad Street Exchange Bldg.
Hazleton, PA 18201
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am- 5:00pm (Closed from 12:00-1:00pm)
Community Action
Community Action - Clarion Office - Emergency Shelter and Rent Assistance
Assistance with housing emergencies such as foreclosure, eviction, and essential utility termination (heat, electric, water/sewage), as well as emergency shelter and assistance to locate permanent housing; assistance with budgeting, and addressing other issues affecting the household through referrals to community resources.
30A South Sheridan Road
Clarion, PA 16214
Eligibility: Must be a resident of Clarion or Jefferson Counties. Housing Status: Homeless Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information
Community Action
Community Action - Main Office - Homeless Assistance Program Housing Assistance
HAP provides housing assistance for homeless or near homeless situations for: rent, mortgage, heat, electric, or water/sewage assistance.
105 Grace Way
Punxsutawney, PA 15767
Eligibility: People who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Hours: Call for more information
Community Action Agency of Delaware County, Inc. (CAADC)
CAADC - Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF)
Provides a range of financial and supportive services to very low-income veterans and their families residing in or transitioning to permanent housing. Assistance can include help with rent, mortgage, or utility payments.
1414 Meeting House
Boothwyn, PA 19061
Eligibility: After reviewing your application and all back-up documentation, you will be notified of whether you are eligible to receive assistance. The process may take 2-3 weeks, depending on the type of assistance for which you applied.
Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley
CACLV - PPL OnTrack
Energy Assistance through the PPL OnTrack program allows reduced monthly payments and debt forgiveness for past due bills for PPL customers who qualify.
1337 East Fifth Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Eligibility: Low income residents
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Community Action Partnership of Cambria County
Community Action Partnership of Cambria County Percentage of Low Income Utility Payment Plans
Work with utility companies to arrange extended payment arrangements for income-eligible households.
516 Main Street
Johnstown, PA 15901
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Community Action Partnership of Cambria County
Community Action Partnership of Cambria County Utility Arrearage Payment Plans
Work with utility companies to help income-eligible customers maintain year-round service and pay down delinquent balances.
516 Main Street
Johnstown, PA 15901
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Community Action Partnership of Cambria County
Community Action Partnership of Cambria County Electric Service Payment Assistance
Financial assistance to defray the cost of electric service for those who qualify.
516 Main Street
Johnstown, PA 15901
Eligibility: Must meet income guidelines.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Community Action Partnership of Mercer County
Community Action Partnership of Mercer County - Customer Assistance Program
Alternative payment program for low-income, payment-troubled residential customers.
75 South Dock Street
Sharon, PA 16146
Eligibility: Any household whose income is at or below 150% of the federal poverty level.
Community Action Partnership of Mercer County
Community Action Partnership of Mercer County - Neighbor for Neighbor Heat Fund
Provides assistance to qualifying individuals who require help to prevent disconnection of a utility service or to pay overdue bills for any energy source.
75 South Dock Street
Sharon, PA 16146
Eligibility: Must be 55 years or older, receiving disability or unemployment income, able to demonstrate a certified medical emergency and, a resident of the National Fuel Gas service territory, but not necessarily a National Fuel Gas customer.
Community Action Partnership of Mercer County
Community Action Partnership of Mercer County - Utilities - $1 Energy
Provides assistance and aid to families and individuals experiencing difficulty with their utility service.
75 South Dock Street
Sharon, PA 16146
Eligibility: Applicant must have paid at least $150 on their account during the last 90 days, with exception of seniors age 62 and over, who must have paid at least $100 during the last 90 days (applicants will be required to provide proof of payment).
Community Human Services Corporation
Community Human Services Corporation - Home Matters Coalition
One time financial assistance for rent, security deposit or utilities for households who do not fit another program's eligibility guidelines.
2525 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Eligibility: Income below 300% Federal Poverty Guidelines. Must be one time assistance. Client must be 1 event away from a crisis (for example, facing job issues, intimate partner violence, medical issues, divorce, living paycheck to paycheck).
Community Reach, Inc.
Community Reach, Inc.
  • Choice Food Pantry by appointment only. Please call the office 717-244-6934 Curbside pickup.
    • Information and Referral: Direct clients to available agencies and resources for assistance according to the need, plus other Community REACH, Inc. programming.
    • Warm Program: Distribution of donated blankets, hats, gloves, scarves, socks, sweaters; as donations allow; each fall/winter.
    • Programs for Children: Provide donated school supplies and backpacks in August for students' Back-to-School needs. Summer Kids Food Bag Program provides bag lunches during the summer months. Please call to sign up.
    • Life Skills Training: Educational Classes will presume after COVID-19 crisis.
    • Emergency assistance: Homeless, elderly, abused, or disaster-related situations are handled on a priority-need basis.
  • 15 First Avenue
    Red Lion, PA 17356
    Eligibility: Serving those in School Districts of: Dallastown, Eastern York and Red Lion
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 2:00pm
    Community Services of Venango County
    Community Services of Venango County - Center Street, Oil City - Utility Assistance
    Utility assistance available for Venango County residents. These funds are contingent on donations and have conditions that must be met.
    203 Center Street
    Oil City, PA 16301
    Eligibility: Call for more information.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:30am to 4:00pm
    Community Services of Venango County
    Community Services of Venango County - Center Street, Oil City - Child Advocacy Program
    Emergency Assistance for families with children ages 18 and under who are in school. Examples of assistance include rent, doctor appointments, dental needs, utilities and transportation.
    203 Center Street
    Oil City, PA 16301
    Eligibility: Income eligible families with children in the home aged 18 and under who are in school. There is a maximum for each need only one time per year and there is a lifetime limit.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    Congreso de Latinos Unidos
    Congreso de Latinos Unidos - Community Support Services
    Community Social Services is designed to help address community members’ short-term and long-term needs through helping them attain public benefits (e.g. income, rent, utility, and food stamps). Completing applications for UESF,TAP,LIHEAP,CAP.
    216 West Somerset Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19133
    Eligibility: Must meet income guidelines no more than $3,500 before taxes (gross) on a family of four. Cannot have received the UESF grant in the last 24 months.
    Hours: Monday through Thursdays - 8:00 am pre-screen for documents
    Connellsville Area Community Ministries
    Connellsville Area Community Ministries Electric Bill Assistance
    Provides electric bill assistance to low income residents of Connellsville
    110 West Crawford Avenue
    Connellsville, PA 15425
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 2:30pm
    Saturday, 9:00am to 1:00pm
    Coraopolis Community Development Foundation
    Coraopolis Community Development Foundation
    The Coraopolis Community Development Foundation (CCDF) serves the community of Coraopolis. The CCDF focuses its efforts on three specific areas: 1. Emergency Relief: Provides aid to individuals and families experiencing a crisis situation. 2. Community Resourcing: Equips members of the community with tools to improve their living situations. 3. Community Redevelopment: Creates partnerships with organizations to enhance the common life of Coraopolis. The CCDF seeks to work closely with the school administration, town officials, businesspeople, and residents to identify and execute those projects deemed most important to the welfare of the town. The Food Pantry is open on Sundays from 3:00pm to 5:00pm at 100 Fifth Avenue. Visit website or call for income guidelines. Dollar Energy Fund - Visit website or call for availability. Emergency assistance may be available through the Coraopolis Service Unit of the Salvation Army.
    1000 Fifth Avenue
    Coraopolis, PA 15108
    Eligibility: 150% of 2016 Federal Poverty Guideline
    Hours: By appointment
    Cornerstone
    Cornerstone
    Assists Beaver County residents with:
    • Assistance to individuals and families experiencing homelessness or are at imminent risk of homelessness,
    • Utility Assistance,
    • Displaced residents emergency motel program,
    • Consumer Education,
    • Supportive Housing Program for individuals and families with disabilities who have exhausted all other housing options,
    • Fair Housing
    600 6th Street
    Beaver Falls, PA 15010
    Eligibility: Call for eligibility requirements.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00amm to 5:00pm
    Cornerstone
    Cornerstone - Supportive Services for Veteran Families
    Provides supportive services to very low-income Veteran families living in or transitioning to permanent housing. May provide eligible Veteran families with outreach, case management, and assistance in obtaining VA and other benefits, which may include:
    • Health care services
    • Daily living services
    • Personal financial planning services
    • Transportation services
    • Fiduciary and payee services
    • Legal services
    • Child care services
    • Housing counseling services
    May also provide time-limited payments to third parties (e.g., landlords, utility companies, moving companies, and licensed child care providers) if these payments help Veteran families stay in or acquire permanent housing on a sustainable basis.
    600 6th Street
    Beaver Falls, PA 15010
    Eligibility: Call for eligibility requirements.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00amm to 5:00pm
    Council of Churches Schuylkill Haven & Vicinity
    Council of Churches Schuylkill Haven & Vicinity - Emergency Assistance

    As Council funds permit, heat and utilities aid is available and can be provided on a one time basis to any resident family or individual faced with a crisis or tragedy who are unable to make payment. Contact information to secure an application may be accessed from any affiliated church pastor or at Schuylkill Haven Borough Hall. Likewise, pass through travelers incurring an emergency may inquire from the Schuylkill Haven or PA State Police about overnight lodging and food.
    PO Box 303
    Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972
    Eligibility: Residents of Schuylkill Haven only
    Crosskeys Human Services
    Crosskeys Human Services Dollar Energy Applications
    Administers Dollar Energy applications for electric, gas and water.
    302 Shaffner Avenue
    Brownsville, PA 15417
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 3:00pm
    CrossNet Ministries
    CrossNet Ministries - Social Services
    For ELANCO families and/or individuals they offer financial assistance (utilities, rent, etc.) on a case by case basis. They offer case management for those in ELANCO with low resources and make referrals when appropriate.
    123 West Franklin Street
    New Holland, PA 17557
    Eligibility: Residents of Elanco School District only; Call for information
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 10:00am to 5:00pm
    Cumberland County Aging & Community Services
    Cumberland County Aging & Community Services - Hanover Street Office - PPL Operation Help
    Low income (200% poverty guidelines) program to assist with hardship cases to pay PPL electric bills
    20 North Hanover Street
    Suite 300
    Carlisle, PA 17013
    Diversified Community Services
    Diversified Community Services - Energy Counseling
    Dixon House guide residents in the Point Breeze neighborhood of South Philadelphia to access all available public and private grants to prevent utility shut-offs. They help negotiate payment plans with the utility companies and offers helpful weatherization tips and techniques to drive down home energy costs.
    1920 South 20th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19145
    Dollar Energy Fund
    $1 Energy Fund ( Dollar Energy Fund )
    The $1 Energy Fund Grant Program assists utility customers who meet income and payment eligibility guidelines with a $100-$500 grant applied directly to their utility bill. Program Dates: October 1 - November 29: open for services that are off or threat of termination only. December 2 - March 31: open for services that are off only. February 3 - February 28: open for services that are off or in threat of termination. To apply for Dollar Energy funds, the account holder must live in the home. The grant covers residential, single home or apartment service. "Cooking only", commercial, industrial or apartments with shared utility service are not eligible. Applicants can only receive one grant per utility, per program year (October 1st through September 28).
    PO Box 42329
    Pittsburgh, PA 152030329
    Eligibility: If applicants are eligible and programs are open, applicants must apply for LIHEAP and CRISIS before applying for the Dollar Energy Fund Hardship Program. Gross monthly household income at or below 200% of Federal Poverty Income Guidelines. Income Calculator. Applicants must have an outstanding balance on their utility bill of at least $100. Seniors (age 62+) may have a $0 balance as long as there is no existing credit on the account.Proof of Sincere Effort of Payment: Gas and electric: Applicants must have paid at least $150 on their account in the past 90 days; senior citizens (age 62 and over) must have paid $100 on their accounts. Water and sewer: Applicants must have paid at least $100 on their account in the last 90 days; senior citizens (age 62 and over) must have paid at least $50.
    Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 8:00pm
    Duquesne Light
    Duquesne Light - CARES
    Assists payment-troubled and special needs customers obtain necessary social service support and assistance.
    411 Seventh Avenue
    (15-3)
    Pittsburgh, PA 15219
    Eligibility: Residential customers whose income is less than 150% of the federal poverty guideline and senior citizens whose income is less than 200% of the federal poverty guideline, however no needy customer will be turned away.
    Duquesne Light
    Duquesne Light - Customer Assistance Program
    Provides needed assistance to low-income, payment-troubled customers at or below 150% of the Federal poverty level and a demonstrated or expressed inability to pay their electric service bill. A major benefit to customers who faithfully meet their monthly CAP payment arrangement is complete forgiveness of their indebtedness to Duquesne Light Company. Customers who are successfully enrolled in the program are allowed to pay a reduced monthly amount, based on the amount of household income and size.
    Eligibility: Low-income, payment-troubled customers at or below 150% of the Federal poverty level and a demonstrated or expressed inability to pay their electric service bill.
    Easton Area Neighborhood Centers
    Easton Area Neighborhood Centers - Utility Assistance
    Helps UGI customers lower their utility bills. Must meet eligibility guidelines.
    902 Philadelphia Road
    Easton, PA 18042
    Eligibility: UGI customers
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Families First
    Families First - Utility Assistance
    Administers the Customer Assistance Program (CAP) for lower income Met Ed electric households. Program provides bill subsidy, debt forgiveness and free weatherization services, sponsored by Met Ed and First Energy. Must meet income guidelines.
    1620 Teels Road
    Housed in Wind Gap Middle School
    Pen Argyl, PA 18072
    Eligibility: Individuals and families residing within the Pen Argyl School District
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm; Evenings by appointment
    Family Promise of Berks County Inc.
    Family Promise of Berks County - Rent and Utility Assistance Program
    RUA operates when funds are available by providing temporary financial assistance to eligible County residents with limited income, facing an eviction or utility shut off. Focuses on Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing. Applicants receive financial assistance, case management, budget counseling, mediation, advocacy and coordination of services.
    325 North Fifth Street
    Reading, PA 19601
    Eligibility:
    Applicants must meet eligibility criteria: - Meet residency requirements - Berks County (excluding City of Reading) - Homeless or at risk of homelessness - Meet income guidelines - Possess an eviction notice or utility shut off notice - Meet income guidelines - Provide identification, proof of income for all household members - Demonstrate a reasonable ability to regain self-sufficiency through temporary assistance
    Hours: Monday and Tuesday, 9:00am to 4:30pm Friday, 9:00am to 3:30pm
    Fayette County Community Action Agency
    Fayette County Community Action Agency Dollar Energy Applications
    Distributes Dollar Energy applications for utility payment assistance
    140 North Beeson Avenue
    Second Floor
    Uniontown, PA 15401
    Eligibility: Some programs are income and/or age based.
    Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Final Salute
    Final Salute - S.A.F.E Program
    The S.A.F.E program provides emergency financial assistance. Program recipients also receive resources on saving, budgeting and living on a fixed income. S.A.F.E eases financial hardships by providing assistance with past due rent, new lease deposit and utility assistance.
    2331 Mill Road, Suite 100
    Alexandria, VA 22314
    Eligibility: The S.A.F.E program is open to women Veterans and members of the U.S. Military Reserve and Guard component forces, regardless of their location. Documents needed:
    1. Proof of Veteran* status or current U.S. Military Reserve/Guard component service. (*Requires completion of initial service obligation (ISO), unless medically discharged). Copies of the bills that you are having difficulty paying (must be past due). Military I.D. (if Reserve or Guard). Additional documents such as an Employment Letter may also be requested.
    First Energy
    First Energy - Met-Ed - Pennsylvania Customer Assistance Programs
    Offers the following customer assistance programs to those in need: 1) Pennsylvania Customer Assistance Program (PCAP:) Helps residential customers maintain electric service and eliminate their past-due balance. PCAP offers a reduced bill that is based on a percentage of income and debt forgiveness. Debt forgiveness credits are applied directly to participants' electric service accounts in recognition of payments that are made on time and paid in-full. The goals of PCAP are to: * Improve ability to make a payment * Reduce consumption of electricity (eligible PCAP customers must participate in WARM) * Reduce electric account debt 2) Customer Assistance & Referral Evaluation Services Program (CARES): Provides assistance on a short-term basis to payment-troubled residential customers. Based upon the circumstances, company CARES representatives make referrals to social agencies and provide information on appropriate company and/or external programs. CARES is open to: * any customer 60 years of age or over * a handicapped or disabled person * a seriously ill person * a family with a seriously ill family member who resides in the household NOTE: Associates may want to refer a person to a CARES Analyst if they know the business partner may be over income for a Company sponsored program, but, due to extenuating circumstances, needs assistance. Example: A person may have an adequate income, but they have a sick child and are incurring some heavy medical expenses. 3) WARM Program: an energy conservation program for Met-Ed's low-income residential customers in PA. The objective of the program is to help customers save energy and money by reducing their energy consumption. This is done by installing energy-saving home improvements in the home and by educating family members on ways to lower their electric usage. Met-Ed works with community-based organizations and energy conservation contractors to provide these WARM Program services at no additional cost to eligible participants. There are household income requirements and other program qualifications. (could provide insulation, caulking, weather-stripping, refrigerator/freezer replacement, water heater inspection, energy-saving light bulbs, replace inefficient air conditioners) In cooperation with other agencies, Met-Ed offers these additional services to customers in need: 1) Dollar Energy Fund: www.dollarenergy.org- 1-888-282-6816, option #4. This is the name of the largest Hardship Fund in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. DEF awards grants to participating member's low-income customers and takes PCAP applications in designated areas. Customers who have not previously been enrolled in PCAP can apply for a Dollar Energy grant if they meet the all eligibility requirements. 2) Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP:) A federally funded grant program administered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania through its network of local county assistance offices. LIHEAP provides customers help with paying winter heating bills, and occasionally summer cooling bills. LIHEAP funds may be used to pay an electric bill even if electricity is not the main source of heat. Met-Ed receives funds to be applied to eligible homeowners' heating bills. Contact the Berks County Department of Public Assistance to receive application. There are household income requirements for this program. LIHEAP has two components: * CASH- provides a cash payment directly to the utility, to be applied toward bill reduction if certain guidelines are met. * CRISIS- provides a grant to help avoid shut off electric service, which resulted from over-due bills. This grant also can be used to restore service shut off during the winter months. Click here to see information on Met-Ed customer assistance programs. Security deposit arrangements may be possible; Call and speak to the Advanced Applications Department.
    2800 Pottsville Pike
    Reading, PA 19605
    Eligibility: Varies per program
    Hours: Customer Contact Center: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm
    First Energy
    First Energy - Penelec - Pennsylvania Customer Assistance Program

    Helps residential customers maintain electric service and eliminate their past-due balance. PCAP offers a reduced bill that is based on a percentage of income and debt forgiveness. Debt forgiveness credits are applied directly to participants' electric service accounts in recognition of payments that are made on time and paid in-full. The goals of PCAP are to: * Improve ability to make a payment * Reduce consumption of electricity (eligible PCAP customers must participate in WARM) * Reduce electric account debt Click here to see information on Penelec customer assistance programs.
    2800 Pottsville Pike
    Reading, PA 19605
    First Energy
    First Energy - Penn Power - Customer Assistance Program and Project REACH
    Project REACH is an emergency hardship fund designed to help residential customers who have suffered a recent financial hardship and need temporary help in paying their electric bill. The distribution of funds is administered by the Salvation Army located throughout the Penn Power service territory. Customer Assistance Program (CAP) CAP helps residential customers maintain electric service. Participating customers are placed on a payment plan that requires a regular monthly payment based on a discounted rate. The goals of CAP are to: * Improve ability to make a payment * Reduce consumption of electricity CAP is administered by Human Services staff members and community-based organizations. There are household income requirements and other program qualifications.
    920 North Cedar Street
    New Castle, PA 16102
    First Energy
    First Energy - Penn Power - Customer Assistance & Referral Evaluation Services Program
    CARES provides assistance on a short-term basis to payment-troubled residential customers. Based on individual circumstances, company CARES representatives make referrals to social agencies and provide information on appropriate company and/or external programs. CARES is available to: * Any customer 60 years of age or over * A handicapped or disabled customer * A seriously ill customer * a customer with a seriously ill family member who resides in the household
    920 North Cedar Street
    New Castle, PA 16102
    First Energy
    First Energy - West Penn Power - Pennsylvania Customer Assistance Program
    PCAP helps residential customers maintain electric service and eliminate their past-due balance by offering a reduced bill that is based on a percentage of income and debt forgiveness. Debt forgiveness credits are applied directly to participants' electric service accounts in recognition of payments that are made on time and paid in-full. PCAP participants also are automatically enrolled in the Equal Payment Plan (EPP) – a budget plan that provides the ability to make consistent monthly payments. Enrollment in the EPP is a requirement for PCAP.
    800 Cabin Hill Drive
    Greensburg, PA 15601
    Eligibility: Must have an active residential electric account.Must have a gross household income at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines.Must provide annual verification of income and identification of all household members.Must participate in LIHEAP and WARM, if eligible.The person whose name is on the account must live in the home.
    Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    First United Methodist Church - Reynoldsville
    First United Methodist Church - Reynoldsville
    Rental assistance to those with notarized eviction notices. Utility assistance to those with shut-off notices.
    504 Jackson Street
    Reynoldsville, PA 15851
    Eligibility: People in the Reynoldsville zip code only.
    Hours: Pastor’s Office Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 12:00pm Administrative Assistant’s Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 8:30am to 3:00pm Call for more information.
    FirstEnergy Corp.
    FirstEnergy Corp. Pennsylvania Customer Assistance Program
    This program is an alternative payment plan for low income residential customers. Participating PCAP customers are required to make regular monthly payments, but they receive a monthly subsidy credit in relation to their income. Pre- program debt forgiveness may also be offered. Community based organizations in our service areas administer the program. Cambria County Agencies are listed below. CONTACTS: Catholic Charities 814-535-6538 321 Main St., Seifert Medical Bldg., #5G Johnstown, PA 15901 Community Action Partnership of Cambria Co. 814-361-2395 516 Main Street, Johnstown, PA 15901 Dollar Energy Fund 888-282-6816
    167 Industrial Park Road
    Johnstown, PA 15904
    Hours: Monday through Friday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
    FirstEnergy Corp.
    FirstEnergy Corp. Military Deferred Bill Payment Program
    Designed to assist customers who are having financial difficulties because a family member at the premise has been called to active military duty. Customers may choose to defer paying either part of or their entire monthly electric bill. When the conflict ends or the person in military service returns home, arrangements for repayment of the deferred debt will be made with the customer.
    167 Industrial Park Road
    Johnstown, PA 15904
    Hours: Monday through Friday: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
    Franklin Center of Beaver County
    Franklin Center of Beaver County - Outreach and Referral
    Assists with the immediate crisis of homelessness. Offers those who are eligible rent and utility assistance, as well as referral resources and guidance to anyone who calls, in order to assure that emergency basic needs are being met.
    1217 Seventh Avenue
    Beaver Falls, PA 15010
    Eligibility: A person or family who has found themselves in a homeless situation (at risk of becoming homeless or for whom homelessness is about to become a reality). A person or family who has low or no income Utility Assistance Shut off notice is required for assistance.
    Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Franklin County Human Services
    FRANKLIN/FULTON COUNTY MH/IDD/EI
    Individual/families must have a referral sent by a housing specialist to receive these services Eligible households may receive assistance with: -Back rent -Past due utilities -Security deposit -Utility deposit Individuals do not have to have a notice to quit or a shut off notice. Documentation showing that you are late from the landlord or a past due bill for the utility can also be used. Individuals will be provided the directions on what is needed from the program specialist.
    425 Franklin Farm Lane
    Chambersburg, PA 17202
    Eligibility: Franklin or Fulton County Resident who fits the following criteria: -Mental Health Diagnosis-Households must provide documentation that at least one family member (adult or child) residing in the household has a mental health diagnosis. -Sufficient Income to Maintain Housing-Households must provide income verification.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
    Friend Inc. Community Services
    Friend Inc. Community Service - Case Management
    Provides emergency financial assistance to those in need of rental assistance, utility assistance or heating assistance.
    658D Noble Street
    Kutztown, PA 19530
    Eligibility: Anyone at or under 150% of poverty
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 1:00pm (afternoons by appointment only)
    Fulton County Catholic Mission
    Fulton County Catholic Mission - Utility Assistance
    Rental and Utilities assistance. Food, gasoline, lodging for transients, fire victims, bimonthly clothing too, Christmas gift program, school supplies, angel food ministries
    110 South 3rd Street
    McConnellsburg, PA 17233
    Hours: Weekdays 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
    Grace Connection
    Grace Connection - Emergency Utility/Fuel Assistance
    Provides monetary assistance for individuals to purchase necessary fuel or pay an essential utility bill.
    1 Main Street
    Christ Episcopal Church
    Towanda, PA 18848
    Eligibility: Must be a residents of Towanda, Northeast Bradford, or Wyalusing School Districts
    Hours: Mon and Thurs 1:00pm-4:00pm
    Greater Erie Community Action Committee
    Greater Erie Community Action Committee - Central Office - Utility Assistance
    ELECTRICITY ASSISTANCE: Dollar Energy Fund 1. This fund is a First Energy program. 2. Once a year lump sum grant. 3. Must be unable to pay the bill due to an emergency situation (i.e. loss of employment, illness, divorce). 4. In order to qualify for a grant, applicants must contact First Energy. They will screen you for eligibility and refer you to GECAC if you qualify. HEATING ASSISTANCE: Neighbor-for-Neighbor Heat Fund 1. This fund is a National Fuel program. 2. Maximum of $500 per calendar year or $200 maximum for non-National Fuel customers. 3. Assistance is for overdue heat bills, to purchase fuel or to repair heating equipment. 4. Recipients need not be customers of National Fuel but must reside within National Fuel's service territory.
    18 West 9th Street
    Erie, PA 16501
    Eligibility: In order to qualify for a grant, applicants must fall into at least one of the following classifications: 1. 55 years of age or older. 2. A resident who is over 150% of the federal poverty guidelines, but does not exceed 200% of the federal poverty guidelines. 3. On a disabled or handicapped income . 4. A veteran with a verified need. 5. Able to demonstrate a certified medical emergency . 6. Experienced a verifiable, recent loss of income. 7. Receiving unemployment benefits .
    Hours: Monday through Thursday; 9:00am to 11:00am and 1:00pm to 3:00pm
    Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society
    Utility Assistance
    Helps immigrant and refugee individuals and families find resources to help pay for electric, gas, and water bills.
    2100 Arch Street
    Jewish Community Services Building, 3rd
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    Help Hotline
    Help Hotline
    The Help Hotline provides to the residents of the Blue Ridge Summit area assistance in the form of a clothing bank, food banks and limited financial assistance with utility bills. All assistance must be done by contacting the Help Hotline manager at 717-762-9050, who will then schedule an appointment for either Tuesday evening or Saturday morning each week, unless considered an emergency. Assistance may be coordinated with surrounding agencies in regards to utility bills. The Help Hotline serves a 4 county area, within established boundaries.
    Church of Transfiguration,
    Box B
    Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214
    Eligibility: Residents of the Blue Ridge Summit area are eligible for assistance
    Hours: By appointment only.
    Holy Family Institute
    Holy Family Institute Duquesne Light Utility Assistance Program - Beaver Falls
    Provides access to a variety of energy assistance programs so families can maintain their utility services, including Customer Assistance Program (CAP) and Customer Assistance and Referral Evaluation Service (CARES). CAP helps low-income, payment troubled customers of Duquesne Light establish manageable payment plans that enable them to maintain electric service and move them toward self-sufficiency. CARES assists customers who have had their electric services terminated or are at risk of having their service terminated. Also screens for Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Dollar Energy Fund. If a person is homebound, they should leave a message with the requested information name and Duquesne Light account number-and request a home visit.
    600 6th Street
    Beaver Falls, PA 15010
    Eligibility: Duquesne Light customers.
    Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:30am to 12:30pm
    Holy Family Institute
    Holy Family Institute Duquesne Light Utility Assistance Program - North Side
    Provides access to a variety of energy assistance programs so families can maintain their utility services, including Customer Assistance Program (CAP) and Customer Assistance and Referral Evaluation Service (CARES). CAP helps low-income, payment troubled customers of Duquesne Light establish manageable payment plans that enable them to maintain electric service and move them toward self-sufficiency. CARES assists customers who have had their electric services terminated or are at risk of having their service terminated. Also screens for Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Dollar Energy Fund. If a person is homebound, they should leave a message with the requested information name and Duquesne Light account number-and request a home visit.
    1601 Brighton Road
    North Side Common Ministries Building
    Pittsburgh, PA 15212
    Eligibility: Duquesne Light customers.
    Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:30am to 12:30pm
    Holy Family Institute
    Holy Family Institute Duquesne Light Utility Assistance Program - Edgewood/Swissvale
    Provides access to a variety of energy assistance programs so families can maintain their utility services, including Customer Assistance Program (CAP) and Customer Assistance and Referral Evaluation Service (CARES). CAP helps low-income, payment troubled customers of Duquesne Light establish manageable payment plans that enable them to maintain electric service and move them toward self-sufficiency. CARES assists customers who have had their electric services terminated or are at risk of having their service terminated. Also screens for Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Dollar Energy Fund.
    1789 South Braddock Avenue
    Suite 585
    Pittsburgh, PA 15218
    Eligibility: Duquesne Light customers.
    Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:30am to 12:00pm
    Holy Family Institute
    Holy Family Institute Duquesne Light Utility Assistance Program - McKees Rocks
    Provides access to a variety of energy assistance programs so families can maintain their utility services, including Customer Assistance Program (CAP) and Customer Assistance and Referral Evaluation Service (CARES). CAP helps low-income, payment troubled customers of Duquesne Light establish manageable payment plans that enable them to maintain electric service and move them toward self-sufficiency. CARES assists customers who have had their electric services terminated or are at risk of having their service terminated. Also screens for Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Dollar Energy Fund.
    19 May Street
    McKees Rocks, PA 15136
    Eligibility: Duquesne Light customers.
    Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:30am to 12:30pm
    Holy Family Institute
    Holy Family Institute Duquesne Light Utility Assistance Program - Aliquippa
    Provides access to a variety of energy assistance programs so families can maintain their utility services, including Customer Assistance Program (CAP) and Customer Assistance and Referral Evaluation Service (CARES). CAP helps low-income, payment troubled customers of Duquesne Light establish manageable payment plans that enable them to maintain electric service and move them toward self-sufficiency. CARES assists customers who have had their electric services terminated or are at risk of having their service terminated. Also screens for Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Dollar Energy Fund.
    2020 Main Street
    Aliquippa, PA 15001
    Eligibility: Duquesne Light customers.
    Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:30am to 12:30pm
    Holy Family Institute
    Holy Family Institute Duquesne Light Utility Assistance Program - McKeesport
    Provides access to a variety of energy assistance programs so families can maintain their utility services, including Customer Assistance Program (CAP) and Customer Assistance and Referral Evaluation Service (CARES). CAP helps low-income, payment troubled customers of Duquesne Light establish manageable payment plans that enable them to maintain electric service and move them toward self-sufficiency. CARES assists customers who have had their electric services terminated or are at risk of having their service terminated. Also screens for Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Dollar Energy Fund.
    4313 Walnut Street
    Olympia Shopping Center
    McKeesport, PA 15132
    Eligibility: Duquesne Light customers.
    Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9:30am to 12:30pm
    Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church
    Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church
    Provides direct service, identify community need, and resources to provide tangible assistance to those individuals and families who have difficulties because of low incomes or an unexpected emergency.
    603 Bridge Street
    Ellwood City, PA 16117
    Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 9:00am to noon and 1:00pm to 4:00pm
    Indiana County Community Action Program
    Indiana County Community Action Program Electric Bill Assistance
    Provides financial assistance to low income residents of Indiana County for paying electric bills
    827 Water Street
    Indiana, PA 15701
    Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Closed for lunch from noon to 1:00pm
    Indiana County Community Action Program
    Indiana County Community Action Program Dollar Energy Applications for Electric
    Processes Dollar Energy applications for electric service.
    827 Water Street
    Indiana, PA 15701
    Eligibility: Low Income
    Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Closed for lunch from noon to 1:00pm
    Interfaith Human Services
    Interfaith Human Services - Emergency Financial Assistance Programs
    Provides financial assistance to prevent eviction, electricity service termination, etc. or to help with small home repairs or provide small short-term loans for similar needs. Money management counseling is also available.
    251 Easterly Parkway, Suite 200
    State College, PA 16801
    It's About the Warrior Foundation
    It's About the Warrior Foundation
    It's About the Warrior Foundation (IATW) assists and empowers post 9/11 veterans and their families with financial, educational, recreational or therapeutic needs.
    • Offers financial assistance to pay third party mortgages, rent, and other needs including:
      • Utility bills
      • Housing assistance (rent, mortgage)
      • Housing repairs
      • Funeral expenses
      • Legal fees
      • Educational fees
      • Recreational fees
      • Medical fees
    • Provides gift cards from a variety of retail outlets for the veteran and their families in a time of need.
    • Offers post-secondary educational scholarship opportunities for both the veteran and their dependents.
    • Assists veterans with job placement throughout the Tri-State Area.
    133 Woodcrest Road
    Butler, PA 16002
    Eligibility: Post 911 veterans transitioning back to civilian life.
    Join Hands Ministry
    Join Hands Ministry
    - "Where to turn" referrals - Limited direct financial assistance - Financial planning - Emergency heat response - Automobile repair - Furniture/household items/appliances/clothing/toiletries, etc - Back to school and holiday assistance - Guidance / Direct one-on-one mentoring - Links to faith based counseling and Connect to community and church affiliation - Life skill support - Coordinate Medical transportation - Volunteer opportunities
    51 South Church Street
    New Bloomfield , PA 17068
    Eligibility: Call for information
    Hours: Monday: 9:00am to 6:00pm ; Tuesday through Thursday, 9:00am to 1:00; Friday through Sunday, Closed. Office will be closed on 09/07, 10/12 and 11/30.
    Jubilee Association, Inc.
    Jubilee Association - Social Services
    Jubilee Soup Kitchen offers a hot meal daily. Day Shelter for the Homeless. Social Service: provide services around homeless issues; A shower, personal grooming supplies, and a temporary mailing address for the homeless. Financial Assistance: provide services around rent and utility, budgeting, employment, dollar energy fund, and travelers aid. John Heinz Child Development Center provides affordable, educational childcare to empower children (ages 1 to 5 years old) for success in school.
    2005 Wyandotte Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15219
    Eligibility: 20 years of age and up; based on the size of the family or poverty level. All of Allegheny County.
    Hours: Sunday through Saturday, 9:00am to 1:00pm
    Kennett Area Community Service
    Kennett Area Community Service - Emergency Assistance Program
    We serve our neighbors living in the Avon Grove School District, Unionville Chadds Ford School District, and Kennett Consolidated School District. Some services are available to our neighbors in Oxford School District if the household is facing eviction or is currently experiencing homelessness. To schedule an appointment to meet with our case management team, please call 610.925.3556. All calls are confidential, and each request is considered on a case-by-case basis. Proof of income and other documentation is required to qualify. Our Emergency Assistance Program is housed within the Resource Center located at 138 West Cedar Street in Kennett Square. The program offers the following services for those currently living in our service area: •financial assistance for rent, utility bills, and other basic living expenses •housing assistance to those who are experiencing homelessness •connecting those in need with a partner agency that will best assist them •laundry and shower facilities are available within our Resource Center Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm -- DUE TO COVID-19 THE SHOWER AND LAUNDRY SERVICES ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED. Our Emergency Loan Program is offered to individuals that need a stopgap solution. •provides a short-term 0% interest loan •up to $500 •for auto repairs, rent assistance, tuition and other needs •must be paid back within six months •helps to build credit •To qualify, proof of income and other documentation is required
    136 West Cedar Street
    Kennett Square, PA 19348
    Eligibility: We have varying income limits depending on the household's situation and program funding. Some programs go up to 200% of the Federal Poverty, others are higher.
    Hours: Due to COVID-19 all Emergency Assistance services are available by appointment only. Normal operating hours pre-COVID-19: Monday 9am-5pm Tuesday 9am-5pm Wednesday 10am-6pm Thursday 9am-5pm Friday 9am-5pm
    KleinLife
    KleinLife - In Home Support Program
    Provides short term in home interventions designed to help seniors live independently in their homes. There are also a limited number of long term services available with customized, flexible service plans at little to no cost depending on eligibility. Short term services include: - Personal Care - Home Delivered Meals - Homemaker Services - Home Adaptations/Equipment - Incontinence Supplies - Heavy-Duty Cleaning - Minor Home Repairs - Utility Bill Payment Assistance - Rent Payment Assistance - Extermination Services - Transportation Services Long-term services include: Home Delivered Meals, Medical Transportation ,Senior Companion Services
    10100 Jamison Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19116
    Lincoln Park Community Center
    Lincoln Park Community Center
    Provides social service, recreational, and educational opportunities. Acts as a screening agency for Dollar Energy Fund.
    7300 Ridgeview Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15235
    Hours: Weekdays 9:00am to 4:00pm
    Manna on Main Street
    Manna on Main Street - Emergency Aid
    Provides financial assistance to individuals and families in the North Penn School District facing a temporary rent, utility, or medical/prescription crisis. During the summer, Manna prepays electric bills for seniors so that they can run fans or air conditioners. Electric bill must not be past due.
    606 East Main Street
    Lansdale, PA 19446
    Eligibility: Must reside in the North Penn School District. Boroughs: Hatfield, Lansdale, North Wales Townships: Hatfield, Montgomery, Towamencin, Upper Gwynedd Villages: Line Lexington Must have lived in the area for at least six months. Must have sustainable income going forward.
    Hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
    Mason-Dixon Community Services
    Mason-Dixon Community Services
  • Food assistance
    • Energy assistance
    • Referrals
    • Counseling
    • Programs for children/WIC
    • Educational
    • Holiday adoptions
    • Ready2learn
    • Summer Day Camp
  • 5 Pendyrus Street
    Suite 2
    Delta, PA 17314
    Eligibility: Low income residents living In Delta Borough, Peach Bottom Township, Fawn Grove Borough, Fawn Township, Lower Chanceford Township
    Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 12:00pm
    Mifflin Juniata Human Services
    Mifflin Juniata Energy Bank
    - Provides a one-time payment of up to $500 per household that may not be extended as credit and excludes payment of arrears and penalty, maintenance, security deposits, or installment fees. - Provides a one-time payment of up to $500 per household annually to qualifying individuals ages 60 or older with no implementation of copayment based on gross household income. - Assist individuals in planning for heating needs through financial planning education and energy conservation and weatherizing resources to alleviate heating crisis in the future. - The program closes annually on March 31st or at the exhaustion of funding availability.
    20 North Wayne Street
    Lewistown , PA 17044
    Eligibility: - Be a 90 consecutive day resident of Mifflin or Juniata County - Be denied LIHEAP cash and crisis benefits or for those 60 or older have exhausted all LIHEAP cash and crisis benefits for the current heating season - Have received no financial assistance from Energy Bank within last 24 month except those 60 or older may apply annually - Have adequate income to maintain household expenses in the upcoming 30 days - Have paid additional fees and copayment (those 60 and older are waived of copayment) - Have provided all requested information for verification
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm
    Mifflin Juniata Human Services
    Utility Assistance
    Utility Assistance - ONLY WITH SHUT OFF NOTICE and must be at or below 150% poverty. will also have to agree to 90 days follow up budgeting/case management services.
    20 North Wayne Street
    Lewistown , PA 17044
    Eligibility: - Proof of 90 day residency - Must have shut off notice - Must be at or below 150% poverty level - Have to agree to 90 days follow up budgeting/case management services
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
    Montgomery County Community Action Development Commission (CADCOM)
    Montgomery County Community Action Development Commission (CADCOM) - Emergency Assistance
    Limited funding for rental assistance (contact CADCOM for eligibility guidelines).Other assistance:Helps clients pay their PECO energy bills and Dollar Energy. Helping Hands for water bills. MED-ED still Open for non PECO customers This service is not available for individuals who are eligible for liheap (winter months) and require heater repairs or replacement. Those individuals should call Community Action Agency of Delaware County (CAADC) instead.
    113 East Main Street
    Norristown, PA 19401
    Eligibility: For PECO assistance: does NOT help individuals who are eligible for LIHEAP and require heater repairs or replacement. Eligibility requirements: - Service has been terminated, or client has received notice of termination - Client's name MUST be on the bill or service notification - Total household income is less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Income Guidelines - Client has not received assistance from this fund in the last 2 years For Dollar Energy / PA Water - The amount owed is more than $100 - Client's name must be on the bill and must currently live in the home
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:00pm
    Nabhi Christian Ministries
    Nabhi Christian Ministries - Hands for Hope
    Accepts applications for grants from Dollar Energy Fund's Hardship Program on a first come, first serve basis. Hands for Hope provide services for families experiencing hardships. The expansion of the Hands for Hope Hardship Program is funded in part by The Pittsburgh Foundation Small & Mighty grant.
    7060 Lemington Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15206
    Eligibility: Head of Households, low-income and needy
    Hours: Sunday thorugh Thursday, 10:00am to 6:00pm
    National Veterans Services Fund
    National Veterans Services Fund
    Provides emergency financial assistance to Vietnam and Persian Gulf War veterans and their families, with a focus on families with disabled children. Assistance includes payment of medical equipment, utility bills, rent, car repairs, and other needed one-time gifts. All situations are considered on a case-by-case basis.
    PO Box 2465
    Darien, CT 06820
    New Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    NHM, Hanover, Financial Assistance for Utilities, Transportation and Referrals for Eye Glasses
    New Hope Ministries, NHM, helps eligible community members with financial assistance towards the costs of their utilities.
  • Electricity
    • Heating Fuel - gas, propane & oil
    • Water bill
    • Sewer bill On a limited basis NMH may be able to help with car/vehicle repairs and transportation assistance.
    • car repairs
    • car insurance
    • gasoline
    • car registration
    • driver's licence fees Referrals made to VBA Vision Plan for eye glass help.
  • 135 Baltimore Street
    Hanover, PA 17331
    Eligibility:
  • Those living in Hanover: Hanover, McSherrystown, Glenville, Littlestown School District or Littlestown address.
    • Household Income Under 200% Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPIG). For 2019: 1 person household making under $24,980 2 person household making under $33,820 3 person household making under $42,660 4 person household making under $51,500 5 person household making under $60,340 6 person household making under $69,180 7 person household making under $78,020
  • Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm and Tuesday/Thursday Evening and Saturday Morning for food pantry
    New Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    NHM, Mechanicsburg, Financial Assistance for Utilities, Transportation and Referrals for Eye Glasses
    New Hope Ministries, NHM, helps eligible community members with financial assistance towards the costs of their utilities.
  • Electricity
    • Heating Fuel - gas, propane & oil
    • Water bill
    • Sewer bill On a limited basis NMH may be able to help with car/vehicle repairs and transportation assistance.
    • car repairs
    • car insurance
    • gasoline
    • car registration
    • driver's licence fees Referrals made to VBA Vision Plan for eye glass help.
  • 5228 East Trindle Road
    Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
    Eligibility:
  • Those living in: Mechanicsburg, Camp Hill, Enola, Silver Springs Township, Shiremanstown, New Kingston, Summerdale
    • Household Income Under 200% Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPIG). For 2019: 1 person household making under $24,980 2 person household making under $33,820 3 person household making under $42,660 4 person household making under $51,500 5 person household making under $60,340 6 person household making under $69,180 7 person household making under $78,020
  • Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm and Tuesday/Thursday Evening and Saturday Morning for food pantry
    New Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    NHM, New Oxford, Financial Assistance for Utilities, Transportation and Referrals for Eye Glasses
    New Hope Ministries, NHM, helps eligible community members with financial assistance towards the costs of their utilities.
  • Electricity
    • Heating Fuel - gas, propane & oil
    • Water bill
    • Sewer bill On a limited basis NMH may be able to help with car/vehicle repairs and transportation assistance.
    • car repairs
    • car insurance
    • gasoline
    • car registration
    • driver's licence fees Referrals made to VBA Vision Plan for eye glass help.
  • 120 North Peter Street
    New Oxford, PA 17350
    Eligibility:
  • Must have a New Oxford address: New Oxford, East Berlin, Abbottstown, Conewago Valley School District.
    • Household Income Under 200% Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPIG). For 2019: 1 person household making under $24,980 2 person household making under $33,820 3 person household making under $42,660 4 person household making under $51,500 5 person household making under $60,340 6 person household making under $69,180 7 person household making under $78,020
  • Hours: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am to 1:00pm and Tuesday Evening for food pantry
    New Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    NHM, West Shore/Lemoyne, Financial Assistance for Utilities, Transportation and Referrals for Eye Gl
    New Hope Ministries, NHM, helps eligible community members with financial assistance towards the costs of their utilities.
  • Electricity
    • Heating Fuel - gas, propane & oil
    • Water bill
    • Sewer bill On a limited basis NMH may be able to help with car/vehicle repairs and transportation assistance.
    • car repairs
    • car insurance
    • gasoline
    • car registration
    • driver's licence fees Referrals made to VBA Vision Plan for eye glass help.
  • 701 Bosler Avenue
    Lemoyne, PA 17043
    Eligibility:
  • Must live in: New Cumberland, Camp Hill, Wormleysburg, Lemoyne, Enola
    • Household Income Under 200% Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPIG). For 2019: 1 person household making under $24,980 2 person household making under $33,820 3 person household making under $42,660 4 person household making under $51,500 5 person household making under $60,340 6 person household making under $69,180 7 person household making under $78,020
  • Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm and 1st and 3rd Saturday 10:00am to 12:00pm by appointment for food pantry
    New Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    New Hope Ministries, NHM, helps eligible community members with financial assistance towards the costs of their utilities.
  • Electricity
    • Heating Fuel - gas, propane & oil
    • Water bill
    • Sewer bill On a limited basis NMH may be able to help with car/vehicle repairs and transportation assistance.
    • car repairs
    • car insurance
    • gasoline
    • car registration
    • driver's licence fees Referrals made to VBA Vision Plan for eye glass help.
  • 62 North Main Street
    Dover, PA 17315
    Eligibility:
  • Those living in: Northern School District, Dillsburg, Wellsville, Franklintown, York Springs
    • Household Income Under 200% Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPIG). For 2019: 1 person household making under $24,980 2 person household making under $33,820 3 person household making under $42,660 4 person household making under $51,500 5 person household making under $60,340 6 person household making under $69,180 7 person household making under $78,020
  • Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    New Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    New Hope Ministries, NHM, helps eligible community members with financial assistance towards the costs of their utilities.
  • Electricity
    • Heating Fuel - gas, propane & oil
    • Water bill
    • Sewer bill On a limited basis NMH may be able to help with car/vehicle repairs and transportation assistance.
    • car repairs
    • car insurance
    • gasoline
    • car registration
    • driver's licence fees Referrals made to VBA Vision Plan for eye glass help.
  • 99 West Church Street
    Dillsburg, PA 17019
    Eligibility:
  • Those living in: Northern School District, Dillsburg, Wellsville, Franklintown, York Springs
    • Household Income Under 200% Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPIG). For 2019: 1 person household making under $24,980 2 person household making under $33,820 3 person household making under $42,660 4 person household making under $51,500 5 person household making under $60,340 6 person household making under $69,180 7 person household making under $78,020
  • Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    New Hope Ministries, (NHM)
    New Hope Ministries (NHM), Covid-19 Response

    NOTE: as of April 14, 2020 Due to covid-19 outbreak, an EMERGENCY HOUSING FUND has been established. Please, click here for more information on the program. OR cut and paste web site in your browser: https://nhm-pa.org/news/emergency-housing-assistance/
    99 West Church Street
    Dillsburg, PA 17019
    Eligibility: FINANCIAL Eligibility: Caller/Client must be able to finance a 15% of what they owe for rent to qualify for this funding. •GEOGRAPHIC Eligibility:Please, see service map: click here for map OR cut and paste web site in your browser: https://nhm-pa.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/2020-Service-Area-Map.pdf See the GEOGRAPHIC Area Field
    Hours: Administrative Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:00pm
    North Hills Community Outreach
    North Hills Community Outreach Millvale - Utility Assistance
    Utility assistance for families in crisis situations. Acts as a screening agency for Dollar Energy Fund.
    416 Lincoln Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15209
    Eligibility: For residents in northern Allegheny County. Many services have income requirements. Income eligibility is 150% of the federal poverty level
    Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    North Hills Community Outreach
    North Hills Community Outreach - Siemer
    One time financial assistance for rent, security deposit or utilities for households who do not fit another program's eligibility guidelines.
    1975 Ferguson Road
    Allison Park, PA 15101
    Eligibility: Income below
    Hours: Weekdays, 9:00am to 4:00pm
    Northern Area Multi-Service Center
    IRS VITA Site - Northern Area Multi-Service Center of Allegheny County
    Senoir Community Centers Senior Congregate Meal Locations Community Services Information and Referral Dollar Energy Agency
    209 13th Street
    Pittsburgh, PA 15215
    Eligibility: Age 60+,resident of Allegheny County
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 3:00pm
    Northern Tier Community Action Corporation
    Northern Tier Community Action Corporation - Veterans Initiative
    Provides case management assistance to with acquiring permanent housing as quickly as possible or to attain stability in their current housing situation. Housing relocation and short to medium term rental and/or utility assistance may also be provided.
    135 West 4th Street
    Emporium, PA 15834
    Eligibility: Eligible Veterans in Cameron, Elk, McKean and Potter County who are homeless or at risk for homelessness.
    Hours: Call for more information.
    Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative
    Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative - Member to Member
    Helps members keep their electric bills paid. M2M donations come from Northwestern REC's employees, members and events such as the annual M2M Golf Outing.
    22534 State Highway 86
    Cambridge Springs, PA 16403
    Eligibility: Electric Company must be Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative.
    Hours: Call for more information.
    Operation Better Block
    Operation Better Block - Bridge to Benefits (B2B)
    Connects financially struggling families to public benefits and services. Benefits that they assist with include: -Low-Income Heating and Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) -Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) -Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) -Food Stamps
    801 North Homewood Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15208
    Eligibility: Must be a resident of Homewood-Brushton.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
    Oxford Area Neighborhood Services Center
    Oxford Area Neighborhood Services Center - Basic Needs Assistance
    Information and referral services, emergency food pantry, emergency financial assistance for rent, utilities, and prescriptions, food pantry
    35 North Third Street
    Oxford, PA 19363
    Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm
    PA CareerLink
    PA CareerLink - Columbia/Montour Counties - CSO Inc. Community Action Programs PA CareerLink
    *COVID UPDATE* Office is closed except for phone contacts, until further notice. Home heating assistance, Electronic Income Tax Preparation, Food stamp access, rent assistance, free pre-paid cell phones, health Trans Access Discount prescription card, engergy conservation kits
    415 Central Road
    Bloomsburg, PA 17815
    Hours: Contact Facility for Hours
    Parkesburg Churches Community Outreach
    Parkesburg Churches Community Outreach - Utility Service Payment Assistance
    Assists with housing and utility needs. Works with clients in identifying county and state programs that are available to them.
    Box 711
    Parkesburg, PA 19365
    Pathstone
    Pathstone - Emergency Assistance
    Serves the one-time emergency needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers who may not be eligible for other emergency services. Services may include: - Emergency shelter; - Nutritional assistance; - First month rental assistance - Rent in arrears assistance; - Mortgage assistance; - Utilities in arrears assistance
    421 McFarlan Road
    Longwood Corporate Center South, Suite E
    Kennett Square, PA 19348
    PathStone Corporation
    PathStone - Emergency Food and Shelter - Aspers
    Serve the one-time emergency needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people who may not be eligible for other emergency services. Services include: Nutritional assistance, emergency shelter, first month rental assistance, rent in arrears assistance, mortgage assistance and utilities in arrears assistance (one-time only assistance)
    2150 Carlisle Road
    Aspers, PA 17304
    Eligibility: Migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people; One-time assistance with proof of need such as eviction or shut off notice
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    PathStone Corporation
    PathStone - Emergency Food and Shelter - Berks
    Serve the one-time emergency needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people who may not be eligible for other emergency services. Services include: Nutritional assistance, emergency shelter, first month rental assistance, rent in arrears assistance, mortgage assistance and utilities in arrears assistance (one-time only assistance)
    121 South Second Street
    Reading, PA 19602
    Eligibility: Migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people; One-time assistance with proof of need such as eviction or shut off notice
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    PathStone Corporation
    PathStone - Emergency Food and Shelter - Erie
    Serve the one-time emergency needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people who may not be eligible for other emergency services. Services include: Nutritional assistance, emergency shelter, first month rental assistance, rent in arrears assistance, mortgage assistance and utilities in arrears assistance (one-time only assistance)
    1001 State Street
    Erie, PA 16501
    Eligibility: Migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people; One-time assistance with proof of need such as eviction or shut off notice
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    PathStone Corporation
    PathStone - Emergency Food and Shelter - Kennett Square
    Serve the one-time emergency needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people who may not be eligible for other emergency services. Services include: Nutritional assistance, emergency shelter, first month rental assistance, rent in arrears assistance, mortgage assistance and utilities in arrears assistance (one-time only assistance)
    421 McFarlan Road
    Suite E
    Kennett Square, PA 19348
    Eligibility: Migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people; One-time assistance with proof of need such as eviction or shut off notice
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    PathStone Corporation
    PathStone - Emergency Food and Shelter - Scranton
    Serve the one-time emergency needs of migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people who may not be eligible for other emergency services. Services include: Nutritional assistance, emergency shelter, first month rental assistance, rent in arrears assistance, mortgage assistance and utilities in arrears assistance (one-time only assistance)
    135 Franklin Avenue
    Scranton, PA 18503
    Eligibility: Migrant and seasonal farmworkers and other rural disadvantaged people; One-time assistance with proof of need such as eviction or shut off notice.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Patrician Society
    The H.U.M.A.N.Program (Housing Utilities Medical Aid for Neighbors) provides third-party payments for partial rental or mortgage assistance, heating oil or electric bills, and medical expenses for uninsured or underinsured clients. All such assistance is provided only after families are qualified in terms of financial need.
    121 East Chestnut Street
    Norristown, PA 19401
    Eligibility: The Patrician Society requires all prospective recipients to register annually. Each client family is assessed for eligibility for services on a case-by-case basis keeping in mind family income and assets, number of persons in the household, current financial standing, and extraordinary or unusual family circumstances. After review, the Patrician Society will allocate available aid resources as equitably and effectively as possible in order to best serve the most clients. Our hours for receiving food and other items are Monday – Thursday 8:30am to 4:30pm.
    Hours: Monday – Thursday 8:30am to 4:30pm.
    PECO
    PECO Matching Energy Assistance Fund (MEAF)
    The Matching Energy Assistance Fund (MEAF) is an energy assistance program that enables us to assist low-income, residential customers in our service territory with bill payment.
    2301 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19101
    Eligibility: - Income must be below 175% of Federal Poverty Limit - Must have a termination notice or service is already terminated - Must not have received MEAF assistance in the past 2 years - Balance must be brought to zero (0)
    Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 AM - 7PM.
    PECO
    PECO - CAP Rate - Discounted Utility Service
    CAP Rate is a discounted residential tariff rate for low-income customers within the PECO service territory. There are seven discounted rates up to 90 percent discount available to residential electric and gas customers. The percentage of discount is based on the gross household income of the customer. When you are on CAP Rate, you cannot be a customer of a competitive electric generation or natural gas supplier.
    2301 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19101
    Hours: Monday - Friday, 7am - 7pm.
    PECO
    PECO - Assistance Programs - Utility Service Payment Assistance
    Provides an array of programs that assist in paying utility bills.
    2301 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19101
    PECO
    PECO - CARES: Customer Assistance and Referral Evaluation Services
    Provides a referral and information service designed to assist special-needs, low-income customers who have a temporary personal or financial hardship that prevents the payment of the utility bill.
    2301 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19101
    PECO
    PECO - LIURP: Low Income Usage Reduction Program
    Offers usage reduction services and education to help reduce the amount of electricity and natural gas you use in your home. This free program is available to qualified low-income PECO customers.
    2301 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19101
    Penelec
    Penelec - Critical Customer Care Program
    Identifies customers who use certain electrically operated life sustaining medical equipment in their home. The program helps customers - for whom a service interruption could be immediately life threatening, or would make operation of necessary medical or life supporting equipment impossible or impractical - prepare for planned and unplanned power outages.
    2312 Oakland Avenue
    Indiana, PA 15701
    Eligibility: Call or visit website
    Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
    Penelec
    Penelec - Medical Certification
    Customers with severe health problems may have a licensed physician certify in writing that a termination of electric service would be especially dangerous. The medical certification will postpone the termination of electric service for 30 days. The certification is designed to provide the customer with additional time to pay their past-due balance. The customer is still responsible for the past-due amount and will be given the opportunity to pay the balance in monthly installments.
    2312 Oakland Avenue
    Indiana, PA 15701
    Eligibility: Call or visit website for more information.
    Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Adams
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    225 South Franklin Street
    Gettysburg, PA 17325
    Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Bedford
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    150 North Street
    Bedford, PA 15522
    Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Including fuel/utility grants and weatherization referrals) - Blair
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    1100 Green Avenue
    Altoona, PA 16601
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Blair
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    1100 Green Avenue
    Altoona, PA 16601
    Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Boulevard District
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    4109 Frankford Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19124
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Stimulus (CARES) Act provided $900 million in additional LIHEAP funds to states. Pennsylvania received $34.9 million in LIHEAP funds through CARES. DHS will use these funds and funds remaining from the 2019-20 LIHEAP season to fund the LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    1214 New Rodgers Road
    Bristol, PA 19007
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Centre
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    2580 Park Center Boulevard
    State Collge, PA 16801
    Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Chelten District
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    301 East Chelten Avenue
    3rd Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor’s disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    100 James Buchanan Drive
    Thorndale, PA 19372
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission’s moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Cumberland
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    33 Westminster Drive
    Carlisle, PA 17013
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Darby
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    845 Main Street
    Darby, PA 19023
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Dauphin
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    2432 North 7th Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17110
    Eligibility: Click here to see eligibility information for this program.- You must meet income guidelines- You don't have to be on public assistance- You don't need to have an unpaid heating bills- You can rent or own your home
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Delancey District
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    5740 Market Street
    2nd Floor
    Philadelphia, PA 19139
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program -Chester and Crosby
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    701 Crosby Street
    Suite A
    Chester, PA 19013
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Franklin
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    620 Norland Avenue
    Chambersburg, PA 17201
    Eligibility: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program(LIHEAP) will accept applications from November 1 through March 31. The Department of Human Services may extend or shorten the program depending upon the availability of federal funds. Individuals should reference the household to income chart found at http://www.dhs.pa.gov/citizens/heatingassistanceliheap/homeheatingassistanceliheapeligibility/index.htm
    Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Fulton
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    539 Fulton Drive
    McConnellsburg, PA 17233
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Glendale District
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    5201 Old York Road
    Philadelphia, PA 19141
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Huntingdon
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    7591 Lake Raystown Shopping Center
    Huntingdon, PA 16652
    Hours: Weekdays 7:30am - 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Juniata
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    100 Meadow Lane
    Mifflintown, PA 17059
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Lackawanna
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    200 Scranton State Office Building
    100 Lackawanna Avenue
    Scranton , PA 18503
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Liberty District
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the duration of the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    219 East Lehigh Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA 19125
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Luzerne
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    205 South Washington Street
    Wilkes-Barre , PA 18711
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Hazelton
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    205 South Washington Street
    Wilkes-Barre , PA 18711
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help, Crisis Program) - Lycoming
    *COVID UPDATE* Offices are closed to the public. Public will be able to phone the office during normal business hours. Public can drop off needed paperwork in drop box available in the font of the building. The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat. Customers do not need to have an unpaid bill to qualify and do not need to be public assistance recipients. The deadline for applications has been extended until April 26, 2013.
    400 Little League Boulevard
    Williamsport, PA 17703
    Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Mifflin
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    1125 Riverside Drive
    Lewistown, PA 17044
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Monroe
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    1972 West Main Street
    Suite 101
    Stroudsburg, PA 18360
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program
    The State of Pennsylvania is initiating a new Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Recovery Crisis Program to help Pennsylvanians during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Beginning in May, DHS will work with utility companies and deliverable fuel vendors to help Pennsylvanians at risk of losing access to electric, natural gas, or deliverable fuels such as oil, pay utility bills, and maintain access to home energy services. LIHEAP provides assistance for home energy bills, helping ensure continuity of utility and other energy services for low-income Pennsylvanians. Assistance is available for both renters and homeowners. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis program will open on May 18, 2020, and run through August 31, 2020, or until all budgeted funding is expended. The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis maximum benefit will be $800 for this period. Eligibility guidelines will be the same as those used during the 2019-20 LIHEAP season, and DHS will permit a file transfer agreement with utility providers to allow a utility to submit a LIHEAP Recovery Crisis application on behalf of a consenting household, provided the household has already received LIHEAP Cash to the utility during the regular season. Utility terminations are prohibited for the durationof the Governor's disaster declaration, but past due balances can be submitted as proof of Recovery Crisis eligibility if the utility company confirms that the balance would result in a termination if the moratorium was not in place. DHS will also automatically issue a $100 supplemental payment to approximately 100,000 households that received LIHEAP Crisis funds during the 2019-20 season. Any household that has not reached the maximum benefit in the 2019-20 season can apply for additional assistance up to the $800 maximum limit.
    1931 New Hope Street
    Norristown, PA 19401
    Eligibility: LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: --Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; --Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; --Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. --Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission's moratorium on terminations. Visit the website at https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx for further information and the household income tables for determining eligibility.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Montour
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    497 Church Street
    Danville , PA 17821
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Northumberland
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    320 Chestnut Street
    Sunbury , PA 17801
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis
    Offers a crisis benefit and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities. LIHEAP Recovery Crisis benefits may be available if a household: Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission’s moratorium on terminations.
    7th and Foster Street #333
    Harrisburg, PA 17120
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Cameron County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    411 Chestnut Street
    Emporium, PA 15834
    Hours: Weekdays, 7:30am to 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Clarion County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    71 Lincoln Drive
    Clarion, PA 16214
    Hours: Weekdays, 8:00am to 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Clearfield County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    1025 Leonard Street
    Clearfield, PA 16830
    Eligibility: https://www.dhs.pa.gov/Services/Assistance/Pages/LIHEAP.aspx Visit website to see eligibility information for this program.
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Crawford County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    1084 Water Street
    Meadville, PA 16335
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Elk County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    145 Race Street
    Ridgeway, PA 15853
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Erie County Assistance Office - LIHEAP (Energy Assistanc
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    1316 Holland Street
    Erie, PA 16512
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Forest County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    171 Elm Street
    Tionesta, PA 16353
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Jefferson County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    100 Prushnok Drive
    Punxsutawney, PA 15767
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - McKean County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    68 Chestnut Street
    Suite B
    Bradford, PA 16701
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Potter County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    269 Route 6 West
    Room 1
    Coudersport, PA 16915
    Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Venango County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    530 13th Street
    Franklin, PA 16323
    Eligibility: Meet income and resource requirements, be a resident of PA, and be a citizen or a type of qualified lawful resident. Amount of help depends on household size and other income.
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services - Warren County Assistance Office - LIHEAP
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    300 Hospital Drive
    Suite E
    Warren, PA 16365
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Perry
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    100 Centre Drive
    New Bloomfield, PA 17068
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 5:00pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Benefits
    The LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program will offer a crisis benefit (maximum is $800) and a supplemental payment for households that previously received a crisis payment made directly to utility companies or fuel providers to help offset costs for home utilities.
    801 Market Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Eligibility: Benefits may be available if a household: -Has their main or secondary energy source completely shut-off; -Is notified that their utility service will be shut off in the next 60 days; -Has broken energy equipment or leaking lines that must be fixed or replace; or, -Is in danger of being without fuel in 15 days or less. -Owes funds to a utility provider that would constitute a service termination if not for the Public Utility Commission’s moratorium on terminations.
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP (Energy Assistance, Utility Help) - Pike
    The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
    10 Buist Road
    Milford Professional Park, Suite 201
    Milford , PA 18337
    Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30am - 5pm
    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
    LIHEAP Recovery Crisis Program - Ridge/Tioga District