Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency (AEOA)
Energy Assistance Program
Duluth Office Energy Assistance
12 E 4th St, Lower Level, Duluth, MN, 55805-3895
Distance: 1075 Miles
Energy Assistance Program (EAP) services may include:
* Help paying energy bills
* Help with utility disconnections or getting fuel delivered
* Information on efficient and safe use of home heating energy
* Helping you work with your energy suppliers and human service providers
* Repairing or replacing a broken furnace or heating system, if you own your home
Licenses and Certifications
- Community Action Partnership
Households who are at or below 50 percent of the state median income are eligible
For example, a family of four earning $52,014 or less may be eligible. Funds are available for renters and homeowners.
Serves Cook, Lake and St. Louis counties, including the City of Duluth, and Grand Portage Reservation.
Contact this provider for an application.
Minnesota residents may also obtain an application and more information by calling (800) 657-3710 or by downloading them and mailing them to their local Energy Assistance Program provider.
There is no fee.
Cook, Lake and St. Louis Counties, including the City of Duluth
|Toll Free||(800) 662-5711|
- Virginia Office 702 S 3rd Ave, Virginia, MN, 55792-2797
Other Services or resources
This provider does not offer other services or resources at this location.
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Programs that pay for or provide new or reconditioned heating systems. Furnaces are powered by wood, coal, oil, propane, natural gas or electricity and pump heated air throughout a home or other building using a system of ducts. Some systems heat water which circulates through radiators. Included are programs that provide grants or loans for furnace replacement.
BV-8900.9300Utility Service Payment Assistance Definition
Programs that pay all or a portion of the utility bills of people whose utilities have been or are at risk of being shut off including any reconnection fees that may apply. Also included are non-emergency programs like those funded through the federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), also referred to as LIEAP or HEAP in some states, that provide home energy assistance, generally in the form of a credit, for low-income households that apply. The assistance is usually available once per calendar year (or heating season). Utility bill payment assistance programs may have age, income, disability, need or other eligibility requirements.
YB-9000Young Adults Definition
Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.