Springfield - The low income energy assistance program is expanding their enrollment period.
The program is now open to those with a child under the age of six in their home. Others who are able to enroll for LIHEAP includes seniors, residents with disabilities and households disconnected from the primary or secondary energy source.
To qualify for LIHEAP you must have incomes of no more than 150 percent of the federal poverty level.
If you're interested contact your local Community Action Agency Partnership Office.
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