Families who depend on a federal program to keep their heat on in the winter, may find themselves out in the cold this year.
This year, LIHEAP or Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, is expected to only have enough funds for about two weeks. The Community Action Commission administers the LIHEAP program and typically has enough funds to last three months.
Crisis assistance funding begins Jan. 4. If additional funding is not approved by Congress, the “crisis phase” of LIHEAP statewide will see similar cuts. LIHEAP is funded by a federal grant.
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