Home Energy Assistance for both Renters and Homeowners in Sussex County

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Newton, NJ.  (March 18, 2021) - Are you struggling to keep up with your heating and electricity bills? Are you worried about how to pay for your next oil delivery? 

You may be eligible to receive aid from New Jersey’s Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). 

thumbnail fplogoThis program provides payment assistance to help individuals and families with energy costs like electric bills and fuel deliveries, as well as energy-related home repairs.  Reach out to Family Promise of Sussex County for assistance with your LIHEAP application to determine if you are eligible for aid.  This program is offered to both renters and homeowners alike. Applicants do not have to be on government assistance programs to qualify for LIHEAP.  Contact Family Promise of Sussex County at 973-579-1180 to learn more about New Jersey’s Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program. 

The mission of Family Promise of Sussex County is to serve homeless families by uniting community resources to provide shelter and meals. The agency works with families to overcome barriers to self-sufficiency and advocates for local affordable housing solutions.


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