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Posted on: October 25, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Available Now; Deadline for Applications Nov. 14

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The Campbell County Department of Social Services is now accepting applications for the Virginia Department of Social Services’ Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). You may apply for fuel assistance at the Social Services office or online through Monday, Nov. 14.

The Energy Assistance Program, funded by the LIHEAP block grant, provides funds to states to assist low-income households in meeting their home energy needs. The program assists eligible households with the costs of home energy sources including electricity, natural and liquid propane gas, oil, kerosene, coal, and wood.

To qualify for fuel assistance, the maximum gross monthly income for a one-person household cannot exceed $1,287. For a household of four, the maximum gross monthly income is $2,633.

If you are a resident of Campbell County, you can apply at the Campbell County Department of Social Services office, located at 69 Kabler Lane, Rustburg. You can also apply online or check your eligibility for services on the CommonHelp website. The Campbell County Department of Social Services can be reached at 434-332-9585.

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