County Offers Assistance in Staying Warm This Winter

During its meeting in August, the county’s Social Services Board approved the Energy Programs Outreach Program which aims to provide heating assistance to those low-income residents.

According to Vivian Tookes, the program is very beneficial to their community. It is federally funded and would allow residents to take advantage of a one-time payment to help them pay their heating bills. In order to be eligible, the a household resident should meet an income test and must be responsible in paying for its heating bills.

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