The state is accepting applications for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program known as LIHEAP.
With the changing seasons, comes the announcement that LIHEAP is back once again to help families with home heating costs.
The state will start accepting applications on Monday for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program known as LIHEAP.
Pennsylvania’s low-income home energy assistance program, or LIHEAP, is being extended.
With all this talk in Washington about making the wealthy pay more in taxes, or not raising taxes on the middle class, it’s easy to think this fiscal cliff is only about taxes. But it’s also about automatic spending cuts of $55 billion this coming year in non-defense programs.
For more than two decades, one of the famous faces of the Steelers has been the point man for LIHEAP. Hall of fame running back Franco Harris is back again this year.
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program is a joint effort between Columbia Gas, Equitable Gas, Peoples Natural Gas and Peoples TWP.
The cold weather has started to settle in around western Pennsylvania, which means heating bills will be on the rise. For low-income families, paying the heating bill is a major concern, but there is help available.
Time is quickly running out on Pennsylvania’s winter moratorium on utility cutoffs.
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The Allegheny County Department of Human Services announced that the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is accepting applications to help pay regular monthly heating bills. For more information on how to enroll, visit their […]