Those seeking winter heating assistance through Great Lakes Community Action Partnership (may set up appointments online.
Scheduling for GLCAP’s Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program is available at www.glcap.org/winterheating. Applicants may also schedule by calling 567-432-5046. Appointments will be conducted in person.
EHEAP helps residents of Wood, Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca counties who have received a gas or electric disconnect notice or have disconnected utilities. The program also helps households with less than 25% bulk fuel supplies such as wood, propane or fuel oil. EHEAP also assists residents who need new or transferred service with a utility company, or residents with non-working furnaces.
Households must also be at or below 175% of federal poverty guidelines (eg $23,783 annual income/household of one; $48,563 annual income/family of four) in order to be eligible for assistance. More eligibility details are available on GLCAP’s website.