You deserve peace of mind when it comes to paying your bill. That’s why, if you’re not able to pay your bill, we’re connecting you to available energy assistance funding through the below programs or agencies so you don’t face this challenge alone, but with our help.
Individuals or families looking for resources and information on emergency shelter, food, clothing or financial assistance can contact 211, United Way’s resource and referral line through the methods below:
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps eligible customers pay for their heating service through grants that do not need to be repaid.
Even if you qualified for LIHEAP last year, you still must reapply. LIHEAP funds are still available for customers meeting income guidelines.
Click here for a list of locations where customers in the Tennessee area can apply for LIHEAP.
Hamilton County residents can view this video to learn more about a federal grant that can help pay an energy bill.
If you or someone you know is having trouble paying bills, reach out to ClearPoint, a national, nonprofit credit counseling agency at 800.251.2227 (866.559.8198 for Spanish) or visit ClearPoint’s website. (Usted puede visitar la versión del español Idioma del sitio haciendo clic aquí.)
Whether you need assistance paying your natural gas bills or are just looking for more information about the benefits of natural gas, you can find more information by contacting the resources below.