Governor Tom Corbett’s administration today announced that Pennsylvania’s Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, will be extended more than two weeks, giving eligible households extra time to seek help paying their winter heating bills.
The federally funded LIHEAP program, which began accepting applications last November, was originally set to end March 31, but the commonwealth’s efficient management of the program has enabled it to be extended through April 15. continue reading>>
Source: Penn Live
HHS recently announced an increase in funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), bringing the national total of available funds to $3.9 billion. Pennsylvania will receive a total of $267,652,343 for the program, which is the second largest allocation for a U.S. state after New York. LIHEAP helps qualified low-income families and individuals pay for home energy and heating needs. For more information about LIHEAP in Pennsylvania, CLICK HERE>>
Source: PCA News Bulletin / U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services – HHS