The Indiana Universal Service Program (USP) is an assistance program which offers utility bills discounts to those in need. This will be in addition to any aid they they currently receive from LIHEAP. Monthly discounts on utility bills offered will be between 9 percent to 32 percent of the total utility bill.
Indiana Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
This heating and utility bill savings program will help both elderly and lower income customers pay their heating and utility bills.
Winter Assistance Fund - This heating bill and utility bill assistance fund will give financial assistance to families in need.
Citizens Gas - Citizens offers the Warm Heart, Warm Home Foundation aid program, which will assist families that may be experiencing a temporary financial hardship.
Duke Energy - The Low-Income Weatherization Program was created to assist customers with saving energy, and provide energy saving advice. In addition, they have the Helping Hand assistance program, which will give a cash grant to disabled and senior customers. Read more Duke Energy Indiana utility bill programs.
Indiana Michigan Power - Energy Share is a utility bill assistance program in place for lower income customers that may be having trouble paying their utility bills.
Operation Round Up- The following energy companies participate in this program. Central Indiana Power, Decatur County REMC, Decatur County REMC, South Central Indiana REMC. The programs provides assistance with a variety of bills, including help with heating and utility bills, groceries, shelter, medical expenses, rent, education, and more.
Vectren - Cash grants are distributed through the Share the Warmth assistance program to Low Income Weatherization Assistance Program members. It also provides energy saving Weatherization services.
Northern Indiana Public Service Company - An aid fund, called the Gift of Warmth, was created to help NIPSCO customers that do not qualify for any other utility or heating bill assistance aid.
Northern Indiana Public Service Co. (NIPSCO) - A cash grant of up to $400 is provided from the Winter Warmth Heating Bill Help, and the money can be used for the payment of natural gas and unpaid utility bills. They will also limit the fees paid for natural gas deposits and reduce some other utility bill fees. Read more.
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