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Energy Assistance Program

Energy Assistance Program (EAP)

The Energy Assistance Program assists low-income households with their winter heating.  EAP serves an average of 2500 households every program year. To be eligible the family must first meet the federal poverty level of 125% or below.  The benefit amount received by a family is determined by family size, income and usage history. 

Services are available to households on a first come, first served basis.  Please contact us at at the beginning of November to be placed on a waiting list. Appointments will start in January.  Your name must be on the waiting list to be called for an appointment.

Our service area for the EAP program is Parker, Brownstown, White Swan, Harrah, Toppenish, Buena, Zillah, Granger, Outlook, Sunnyside, Mabton and Grandview.

Documentation Needed

  1. Social Security Cards, Birth Certificates, or Drivers License for all members in the household;
  2. Residential Verification;
  3. Income for the previous 3 months for everyone 18 years or older (earned and unearned income);
  4. Current heating bill and 12 month history.
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