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Kane HEAT Program

The Home Energy Assistance Target (HEAT) program is a federally funded energy assistance program that assists eligible individuals and families meet the high energy costs (electric and natural gas) during the winter and summer months. The program runs from November 1 through September 30.


Provides winter and summer home energy assistance for eligible low-income households throughout the State, between November to April (for assistance after April please call the St. George office). Offers one-time assistance per year per household. Target groups include families with children age five and younger, the elderly, and residents with a disability. For a limited time, those who qualify for utility payment assistance, may also qualify for water and/or cooling payment assistance.

Total household income at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Level; household is responsible for paying home energy costs; household contains at least one US citizen or legal permanent resident. OUTREACH is provided only to home bound seniors and disabled clients.
Service Hours:
M - Th 10 am - 3 pm
Intake Procedure:
Call local HEAT office for appointment or visit state HEAT website to complete online (Nov - Apr only) or print out application and mail in.
No cost
Counties Served:
  • Kane