To receive a small window air conditioner, you must meet income guidelines, and have a household member over sixty or have a medical condition that could be helped if you had air conditioning.
If your electric has been disconnected or you have a disconnect notice, you may be eligible for assistance. Crisis Assistance pays for past due electric bills, and seasonal heating and cooling needs.
You may be able to get help paying for part of your winter heating costs if you meet income guidelines. South Central Iowa Community Action Program will help you apply for benefits through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
If your water has been disconnected or you have a disconnect notice, you may be eligible for assistance with participating vendors. LIHWAP pays for past due drinking water, wastewater, fees, and taxes. LIHWAP does not cover non-water related services (garbage, recycling, etc.). How do I know if I am eligible?
We help families and individuals with limited income save money on their utility bills. We do this by improving the energy efficiency of their homes. By conserving energy, we are also helping the environment.