Emergency Assistance for low income households - Utilities, Lodging, Warmth
posted about 1 year ago by StacyDuval from The Schoolbox Project
S.W.E.A.T.S. is providing emergency assistance to households that have been affected by the recent fires in Napa & Sonoma Counties. Some of the provisions under this program:
• Temporary housing up to 5 days
• Utility bill assistance – electric / propane / kerosene / fuel oil (current bills;
deposits on new accounts) – We will need current bills
• Blankets • Sleeping bags Priority will be given to those in the household who are over 60 years of age, disabled and/or a child aged 5 or younger.
S.W.E.A.T.S. application: http://www.northcoastenergyservices.com/Apps/SWEATSApplication.pdf
North Coast Energy Services runs the HEAP program. This is a weatherization program for low income families.
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