Energy Assistance Program

, Tuesday 30 November 1999 - 00:00:00



What Is The Energy Assistance Program?

The Energy Assistance Program provides financial assistance to low-income households to maintain services during the winter heating season. Income eligible families are provided a one-time benefit to their heating and electric companies to offset the high cost of utility bills.

Community & Family Services, Inc. provides the Energy Assistance Program to our six surrounding counties: 

Adams, Blackford, Huntington, Jay, Randolph and Wells Counties.

How Do I Apply?

Apply Online

Download the 2020 Application Packet

Completed application and all required documents are to be mailed in to the following address:

Community & Family Services, Inc.
PO Box 1087
521 S Wayne St.
Portland, IN 47371

You will need to provide the following documentation when submitting your application:

What Are The Income Limit Requirements?

Energy Assistance Program Income Guidelines

Persons in Family/Household

Max Income

1

$24,835

2

$32,476

3

$40,118

4

$47,759

5

$55,400

6

$63,042

7

$64,474

8

$65,907

9

$71,775

What Should I Do If I Am About To Be Disconnected?

If you are in disconnect, please do not mail your application. A mail-in application may take too long to process to prevent being disconnected. Please call and make an appointment OR call 2-1-1.

Where Do I Find This Program In Other Counties?

If you live outside of our six counties, please click here for further guidance on where you need to go to receive Energy Assistance.




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