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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. 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.

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Basic Needs - Service Extension Office, Salvation ArmyProvides emergency assistance to people in need: rent eviction prevention, utility shut off prevention, prescriptions, etc. Salvation Army also provides vouchers for clothing, house hold items and furniture. Household item vouchers can be requested only when moving into new housing/rental. Must provide lease/rental agreement. Furniture vouches are provided on an emergency basis only. *Salvation Army does not provide mattresses/beds*Delta County117 Meeker StreetSalvation Army National Headquarters
Clothing Bank- Grand Valley Catholic OutreachProvides a variety of basic needs services to the community including: - Clothing such as shirts,pants,shoes,socks and jackets - Bedding and household items such as kitchen utensils and pots and pans - Books for men, women and children - Diapers for small children Some items vary depending on availability. Donations are also accepted Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 3:30 pm, ring bell after 12:00pm for entry. Catholic Outreach does not provide or accept computers, televisions, printers or other electronics.Mesa County245 South 1st StGrand Valley Catholic Outreach
Community Emergency Assistance Coalition - Housing Solutions for the SouthwestA collaboration of multiple agencies in the Southwest region that provides one-time emergency assistance to households who are otherwise self-sufficient in La Plata and San Juan County area.. Emergency assistance includes but not limited to: -Utility Bills -Rent -Car Repair -Medical travel Assistance is reserved for individuals who are otherwise self-sufficient, but have fallen on hard times.La Plata County295 Girard StreetHousing Solutions for the Southwest
Emergency Aid - Aspen Community ChurchWe provide emergency aid in the form of food vouchers, bus vouchers, clothing (through Thrift Shop of Aspen) and a limited amount of direct assistance for utilities, rent, prescriptions, gas, etc. Financial assistance and vouchers vary depending on availability.Pitkin County200 East Bleeker Street, Aspen - Aspen Community ChurchAspen Community Church
Emergency Financial Assistance - Catholic CharitiesCatholic Charities provides emergency financial assistance for individuals and families in need. Financial Assistance may be provided for: - Eviction Prevention - Utility Shut-off - Transportation / Gas Assistance - Dental Expenses - Medical Prescriptions Catholic Charities can also provide referrals to other organizations if they are unable to meet an individual's needs.Garfield County1004 Grand AvenueCatholic Charities
Utility Assistance - Operation Round Up - Delta-Montrose Electrical AssociationOperation Round Up offers financial assistance for utility bills to individuals, families, community projects and other non-profit organizations. Applications are reviewed on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Deadline for applications is 5:00 pm on the Wednesday of the week prior to the meeting. Applications must be returned to DMEA's Montrose Office.Montrose County11925 6300 RoadDelta-Montrose Electrical Association
Utility Bill Assistance - Delta Family CenterDelta Family Center may provide utility assistance to residents in Delta County. Priority given to families with children under the age of 18 in the household or disabled individuals. If utility bill is included in the rent, the landlord must show the separate portion for the utilities in order for the Delta Family Center to provide utility assistance for the tenant. Can only provide utility assistance for energy and energy-related utility bills including: - Gas Bill - Electric Bill - Propane - FirewoodDelta County822 Grand AvenueDelta Family Center
Utility Bill Assistance - Delta United Methodist ChurchDelta United Methodist Church, in partnering with Energy Outreach Colorado, may provide utility bill assistance to residents in Delta County. If the utility is in a landlord's name, applicants will need to provide their rental agreement. If the utility bill is included with the rent, Delta United Methodist cannot provide assistance. Can only provide assistance for energy bills. Cannot provide assistance for water, sewer or trash bills or any other utilities not associated with electricity bill.Delta County477 Meeker Street, Delta - Delta United Methodist ChurchDelta United Methodist Church
Utility Bill Assistance - Grand Valley Catholic OutreachMay provide utility assistance for bills including but not limited to: - Electric bill - Gas bill - Propane - Water bill (We can help with past-due balances pertaining to water only.) Catholic Outreach cannot provide assistance for sewer or trash bill. Utility bill assistance is limited once per fiscal year (from October 1st - September 30th). During LEAP season (November 1st - April 30th), clients are required to first apply for LEAP before going through Catholic Outreach. If a client is denied for LEAP, Catholic Outreach must verify that denial either through a denial letter or talking directly to the LEAP office in Colorado Springs.Mesa County245 South 1st StGrand Valley Catholic Outreach

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