Description: Can’t afford to pay your utility bill? Help is here. PAGE—which stands for Payment Assistance for Gas and Electric—is a state-funded utility assistance program that helps low to moderate income families in New Jersey pay their utility bills.. Administered by the Affordable Housing Alliance, the PAGE program is funded by the Board of Public Utilities (BPU) and is an annual assistance ...
Description: Mail the completed application and supporting documents to 59 Broad St., Eatontown, NJ 07724 Apply at a local agency We have strong partners with offices throughout the state who have access to our system and will gladly see clients face-to-face to accept and process PAGE applications.
Description: The Payment Assistance for Gas and Electric (PAGE) Program provides relief on natural gas and electric bills for low- to moderate-income New Jersey households that are past due on their utility bills and are experiencing a temporary financial crisis.
Description: *COVID-19 ("Coronavirus") Announcement: Due to the financial impact of the pandemic, additional funds have been added to LIHEAP, our state's largest utility assistance program. Below you will find information about eligibility requirements, links to the application and a listing of application agencies. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, applications are being accepted by mail or email.
Description: Energy Assistance Programs help very low-income residents with their heating and cooling bills and assist them with weatherizing their homes.
Description: It provides for heating assistance, emergency crisis assistance and medically necessary cooling assistance. The application period is open from October 1, 2019 to July 31, 2020 . Links to a downloadable application, fact sheet, benefit amounts and other information on the LIHEAP and Universal Service Fund (USF) can be found at the bottom of the ...
Description: WFNJ clients may receive Emergency Assistance (EA) in certain situations. These benefits include, but are not limited to: essential food, clothing, shelter and household furnishings; temporary rental assistance or back rent or mortgage payments; utility payments (such as heat, water, electric); transportation to search for housing; and moving expenses.
Description: State of New Jersey Energy Assistance Programs The State of New Jersey offers several utility assistance programs for households in need. Eligibility for each program is tiered by income. Please find guidance on each program below. USF 1 LIHEAP PAGE Lifeline 2 Utility Type: Gas and electricity All heating fuel types and medically necessary cooling
Description: days prior to the date of application. OR a $75 good faith payment has been made to each utility within the past 90 days ($150 if you have a gas and electric combined account) 2) Demonstrate that 2 payments of at least $25 or more each have been made within the past 6 months onto the gas and electric accounts. At least 1 of
Description: As New Jersey's USF/LIHEAP Hotline and a comprehensive information and referral service for all health and human service needs, we're dedicated to helping in every way we can. Many individuals and families in our state are facing very difficult financial hardships. NJ 2-1-1 offers hope and help at any time of the day or night. The Utility Assistance section of our website was designed to ...
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