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Energy Assistance Available For Low-Income Households

Those who rely on natural gas to heat their home could see prices rise in the coming months. 


Those with low income may be eligible for LIHEAP. Shelby County Outreach Coordinator for CEFS Bridgette Lockhart explains the types of assistance available. 

Lockhart wants people to know they shouldn’t feel bad about asking for assistance. 

If approved, the program will pay your utility provider directly. 

It should take no longer than a month for an accepted application to benefit the applicant. 

Learn more at cefseoc.org. Lockhart appeared as a guest on the WTIM Morning Show.

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