The State of New Jersey offers assistance programs that helps low income families. Like Home Energy Assistance Program If the household qualify based in their gross income they can get assistance to pay for heating cost even if your heat is include in the rent, you may qualify. LIHEAP grants are also available for medically necessary cooling cost if the applicant provide documented medical need. We received application for Home Energy Assistance Program and cooling from September to April 30. As an Intake agency Morris County Organization have Specially trained staff that will be able to assist anyone that comes to any of MCOHA's offices in Dover, Morristown, or Butler. If you need more information at 973-366-1131.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Accepting Applications
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