Energy Crisis Program

If you are LIHEAP approved since October 1st, and need help with a disconnect notice, defaulted on your pay arrangement, or need help getting reconnected, you can schedule a crisis appointment below.

If you have not completed an application, please go online to do this before you can schedule an appointment.  If you have less than 30% LP or your furnace is not heating, call your local HACAP center.

 

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Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federally-funded program designed to assist low income families meet the cost of home heating by providing a one-time payment to the heating utility. The LIHEAP program is a federally-funded program by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS).

Applications accepted November 1, 2023 - April 30, 2024.

Our next program year will start October 1, 2024 for elderly and disabled individuals and November 1, 2024 for all other indiviudals.

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Energy Office Locations

Find an energy office near you. If you need assistance in completing an application, contact your local HACAP site below. Questions can also be emailed to energy@hacap.org.

Linn County
1328 2nd Ave, SE
Cedar Rapids, IA
319-366-7632
5560 6th St. SW Cedar Rapids, IA
319-739-0100
 
Johnson County 
367 Southgate Ave, Iowa City, IA
319-337-5765
 
Dubuque County
220 West 7th St., Dubuque, IA
563-556-5130
 
Washington County
2175 Lexington Blvd Bldg 1, Washington, IA
319-653-7275
 
Benton County
202 E 4th Street, Vinton, IA
319-472-4761
 
Jones County
105 Broadway Place Suite 17, Anamosa, IA
319-462-4343
 
Jackson County
904 E Quarry Street, Maquoketa, IA
563-652-5197
 
Delaware County
721 S 5th St., Manchester, IA 52057
563-927-4629
 
Iowa County
No location available. Please call 319-393-7811, ext. 1407
 

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