LIHEAP

https://liheap.dpw.state.pa.us/

A service in west Kentucky that helps low-income families heat their homes faces elimination in President Donald Trump’s proposed budget. 

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The last day for residents in the Purchase Area to sign up for the Low Income Heating Assistance Program is tomorrow.  

West Kentucky Allied Services operates the program which helps families keep the heat on during the winter with funds from the Cabinet for Health and Family Services.  

https://liheap.dpw.state.pa.us/

Families in western Kentucky needing help keeping the heat on this winter can begin applying next week for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP.

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Families in western Kentucky that are worried about heating their homes this winter can start applying for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP.  

https://liheap.dpw.state.pa.us/

Crisis funding will be available next week to aid Purchase residents with high heating bills.

West Kentucky Allied Services administers the  Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program or LIHEAP. 

https://liheap.dpw.state.pa.us/

West Kentucky Allied Services begins its heating assistance program today.

https://liheap.dpw.state.pa.us/

The crisis element of the Low Income Heating Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, could face a five percent cut, lessening the aid for people in need during the coldest months of the year.

Community Action Kentucky Energy Program Director Mike Moynahan said LIHEAP faced a five percent cut last year because of sequestration, and it is unclear if it will face more cuts this year. He said he’ll know if the program faces the same cut it did last year in December. But, Moynahan said that’s not his biggest concern.

Western Kentucky's energy assistance program for low-income families, or LIHEAP, has almost exhausted its yearly funding allowance. West Kentucky Allied Services administers the region's program. LIHEAP grant director Tony Dowty says they’re working with much less money than previous years.

LIHEAP Numbers Decline With Warm Weather

Dec 4, 2012
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The energy assistance program for low-income families, or LIHEAP (LYE-heep) is seeing a drop in Purchase area applicants by almost 25 percent this winter due to unusually warm weather. West Kentucky Allied Services administers the program in Mayfield.