Saturday, November 6, 2004

Program helps residents pay fuel bill

The Enquirer

The Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program helps eligible residents in Warren and Butler counties with a one-time cash payment when a household has less than a 10-day supply of bulk fuel or receives a disconnection notice from a utility company. Eligibility is determined by size of family and annual household income.

Warren County Community Services Inc., a United Way agency, will offer assistance through March 31. To schedule an appointment, call (513) 695-2100, (513) 261-2100, (513) 925-2100 or (937) 425-2100.

Butler County's community action agency, Supports to Encourage Low-Income Families, is taking appointments for offices in Hamilton, Middletown or Oxford.

A limited number of appointments are made each day for the next available day. Elderly and disabled residents may request a home visit. Call (513) 868-9300 or (888) 432-7022 to schedule an appointment.

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