Low-Income Energy Assistance Program
You may qualify for either Energy Assistance or Weatherization Assistance. While state Energy Assistance programs provide a one-time payment to help qualifying applicants, weatherization programs provide long term savings of up to 30 percent on energy costs.
Income guidelines for these programs differ. Contact your state’s office to find out if you qualify.
935 Lincoln Road, Idaho Falls
32 S. Tracy Avenue, Bozeman
115 West Snow King Avenue, Jackson
Fall River Helping Hands
Energy Assistance programs determine eligibility based on past income, but when injury or job loss strike, many people cannot get the assistance they need. Fall River Helping Hands relies on donations from members to provide temporary emergency energy assistance to other members who have an immediate and urgent need.
Fall River Helping Hands is a fund of last resort. You can download an application (see below) for help through Fall River Helping Hands, or contact us about your specific situation.