Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) Extended Again, Says Saylor

Pennsylvania’s Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is now open until April 16, Rep. Stan Saylor (R-York) announced today. 

The LIHEAP program is administered by the Department of Public Welfare (DPW) and helps income-eligible households pay for heat during the winter months. 

The LIHEAP program was scheduled to close April 2, but the program has been extended another two weeks to end April 16. 

DPW has helped nearly 500,000 families through cash and crisis grants since the program opened last November for the current season. 

Applications will be available at the York County Assistance Office at 130 North Duke Street, York, phone 1-800-991-0929.  Applications are also available from local utility companies and community service agencies, such as Area Agencies on Aging or community action agencies.  LIHEAP cash grant applications are available online at compass.state.pa.us. 

For complete eligibility requirements and additional information on LIHEAP, visit Saylor’s Web site at RepSaylor.com  and click on “LIHEAP Information.” 

Rep. Stanley Saylor
94th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

(717) 244-9232
(717) 783-6426
Contact:  Sean Yeakle
(717) 787-3406

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