Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program-Heating & Cooling Repair/Replacement Assistance (LIHEAP-HCRRA)

Are you a homeowner who currently resides in your home? Do you need emergency repair or replacement for your heating or A/C units? Do you qualify as low-income? We can help.

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About the Program

We offer emergency repair or replacement for heating and A/C units for homeowners who qualify as low-income due to potentially hazardous conditions. 

We Serve

A wide range of owner-occupied households from single adults to families, where housing conditions are life threatening due to no heat and/or air conditioning may qualify.  

  • Owner occupied homes where conditions are life threatening
  • Households with incomes under 200% of the poverty level
  • Households that have not received LIHEAP-HCRRA in the previous 5 years

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