The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance
Program (LIHEAP) provides families with
short-term fuel assistance. Persons receiving LIHEAP are connected to family development resources, which provides a link to long-term resources to help families become self-reliant. CADC’s Family Development Program offers Assurance 16, which provides (on a limited basis)
a financial incentive to persons completing
economic literacy workshops.
* Public Notice
Beginning Monday May 17, 2021
Through Funds Made Available By The CARES ACT
Applications for Utility Assistance will begin
Please note the following:
Funds are very limited.
Applicants must be shut-off, in danger of shut-off
Only new applicants may be assisted; applicants who received Crisis assistance during the Winter Heating program open January 11, 2021 through April 30, 2021 are not eligible for assistance.
You must enter into a "Covid" Delayed Payment Agreement with your Utility Company.
Applicants who already have a COVID DPA will not be eligible for assistance since they are not currently in danger of shut-off
Incomplete applications will not be accepted and mailed back to you.
All applications must be dropped off at your local office, no emailed or faxed applications will be accepted for this program.