“Assisting Our Families In Their Efforts To Become Self-Sufficient.”PICTURE
Who is Eligible?
All applicants must be income eligible (see Income Chart to right). In addition to income eligibility; households must be responsible for paying home heating costs, be U.S. citizens, or aliens legally admitted for permanent residence and not have available resources in excess of $3,000.
EA is designed to provide financial assistance to help pay primary fuel source heating bills for Missourians during the months of October through March. Eligibility requirements for EA are based on income, family size, available resources and responsibility for payment of home heating costs.
verifiable crisis situations. Energy Crisis Intervention Program (ECIP) funds can be used to prevent or restore disconnected service, assist with emergency repairs and furnace replacements and even purchase wood stoves and air conditioners. Based upon funding, Winter ECIP is available from November through May and Summer ECIP is available from June through September.
How Do I Apply?
You can click here for an Application; or applications can be mailed to you or can be completed at the SCMCAA Outreach Center in your county. If you are determined eligible, you are automatically eligible for Energy Crisis assistance as long you have not changed your address or primary fuel source provider. La Calefacción & Refrescando Ayuda Instrucciones & la Aplicación.
What Documentation Do I Need?
Turn in a completed LIHEAP Application (signed and dated)
Social Security cards for all household members
Proof of Income for prior month of date stamped application (unless household is an active Food Stamp case)
Primary heating bill with active account (Shut-off notice for additional ECIP if eligible)
First click is English App. At
Second click is Spanish App.
Third click is EA Brochure at:
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DAVE: On first draft I have “Weatherization” – should be “Energy Assistance”.