FY 2015/2016 Low-Income Energy Programs
Federal | Utility | Charitable


LIHEAP Contact
Public Inquiries: 1-877-488-3233
Website: http://housing.utah.gov/seal/heat.html

Local LIHEAP Administering Agency Contacts

Weatherization Assistance Program
Local Administering Agency Contacts

LIHEAP FY 2016 Funding (including tribal awards)
$21,299,733 (Initial CR Release)

LIHEAP Income Eligibility Level
150% Federal Poverty Level

LIHEAP FY 2016 Benefit
Heating: $300 minimum, $550 maximum
Crisis: $1,000 maximum

LIHEAP Households Served in FY 2014
Heating: 36,404
Cooling: 0
Winter/Year-round Crisis: 1,674
Summer Crisis: 0

LIHEAP Program Dates
Heating: November 2 - April 30
Crisis: Year-round
Weatheriztion: Year-round


Low-Income Rate Assistance

Questar Gas
Energy Assistance Fund (EAF)
Provides HEAT-qualified customers with a one-time $37 credit during this first year. Those who qualify will receive a credit on their bill once the HEAT credit has been applied, and they will be exempt from paying the monthly EAF fee. 

Rocky Mountain Power (PacifiCorp)
Home Electric Lifeline Program (HELP)
If your income meets HEAT Assistance guidelines, you may be eligible for a credit on your Rocky Mountain Power bill. Mention this to the HEAT Assistance Office when applying for financial assistance and they can assist you in enrolling for the bill credit. All HELP applications are processed by Salt Lake Community Action Program in Salt Lake regardless of where you live in the State of Utah.  Call 801-961-7286 or 1-800-948-7540 to obtain more information and an application. 

Emergency Charitable Assistance

Please note these charitable funds are last resort emergency funds with limited resources and limited times of operation.

Questar Gas
REACH - Residential Energy Assistance through Community Help
REACH is funded through contributions from local residents through tax-deductible donations included with their utility payments and donations from utility employees and stockholders. The American Red Cross administers the program and distributes the funds. Eligibility: low income and age 65 or older or disabled.
All of Utah 1-800-328-9272
Salt Lake City 801-323-7000
Ogden 801-627-0000
Provo 435-373-8580
Logan 801-752-1125
St. George 801-674-4440

Catholic Community Services
Crisis Funds for Salt Lake County
Applications are available April to January for help once per heating season. Eligibility: must be approved for HEAT program first, based on 125 percent of poverty guidelines.  

Provo City Power

Rocky Mountain Power (PacifiCorp)
Lend a Hand
An organization formed to help families and seniors in need pay their winter heating bills. Due to funding limitations, households with senior and disabled family members are given priority. Customer donations are matched dollar-for dollar by Utah Power,funds are administered by the American Red Cross.
1-800-328-9272 or 801-323-7000

Page last updated: November 9, 2015