Energy Assistance

Do you need help with the cost of heating your home?

 

October 1, 2014 marked the beginning of the 2014-2015 heating season and the start of the Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program.   Wisconsin’s Home Energy Assistance Program helps households with incomes below 60 percent of the state median level pay for home energy costs.

 

Regular energy assistance is intended to help pay a portion of heating costs and is not intended to pay the total annual heating cost.

 

Crisis Assistance includes: retention of utility services, reconnections, oil deliveries and furnace repair or replacement.

(Note: furnace repair or replacement is offered when funds are available and is only available when home is owner occupied).

Referrals may be made for other heating related services.

 

The amount of heating assistance benefit varies based on a number of factors:

  • Household's size
  • Income level
  • Household energy costs 

 

Applicants must Bring:

  • Photo ID for the person who is completing the application.
  • Proof of all income sources of your entire household's gross income for the 3 months prior to the month of application. Seasonal employees will require the prior years entire tax package.
  • Social Security numbers for everyone in the household.
  • Current energy bill (gas/electric/oil).
  • If your heat is included with your rent you must provide a lease or statement from your landlord confirming your heat is included with rent.

 

 

Application Locations

 

All energy sites are handicapped accessible and have a capacity limit.

All sites closed on major holidays.

 

 

 

 

Northwest Side

SDC

 

6848 N. Teutonia

 

Mon. — Fri. 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

 

Evenings & Saturdays : Appointment Only*

 

 


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East Side

SDC

 

4041 N. Richards

 

Mon. — Fri. 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

 

Evenings & Saturdays : Appointment Only*

 

 


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South Side

SDC

 

2968 S. Chase Ave.

 

Mon. — Fri. 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

 

Evenings & Saturdays : Appointment Only*

 

 

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Central/Downtown

Community Advocates

 

728 N. James Lovell

 

Mon. — Thur. 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

 

Friday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

 

Limited Evening & Weekend Hours*

 

 


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*Evening & Weekend Appointments Available During Peak Times

 

 

To schedule an appointment at any of the SDC locations:                    

Call 414-906-2800     
Or visit www.cr-sdc.org

 

To schedule an appointment at Community Advocates:

Call 414-270-6954 or 414-875-2009 (Homebound Line)

or visit www.communityadvocates.net

  

Click to download 2014-15 Energy Assistance Program flyer 

 

Haga clic para descargar 2014-15 flyer Programa de Asistencia de Energia 

 

If you experience a loss of heat after hours, please call 2-1-1

 

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