“As we head into the new year, the colder temperatures will cause home heating bills to rise,” said Senator-elect Williams. “I want to give residents every opportunity to manage those costs through energy efficiency strategies and assistance programs.”
Applicants for Low Income Home Energy Assistance Plan (LIHEAP), or Customer Assistance Program (CAP) should bring the names, dates of birth, and Social Security Numbers of each resident of the home; proofs of monthly or yearly income; a recent heating bill; and information about other household expenses, such as rent, utility bills, food, and insurance payments.
WHO: Senator-elect Lindsey Williams and Representative Ed Gainey
WHAT: Heating Workshop with representatives from Peoples Gas, Duquesne Light, and Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
WHEN: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Kingsley Association | 6435 Frankstown Avenue | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15206
VISUALS: Opportunity for photos and videos