JCCEO LIHEAP UTILITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
JCCEO LIHEAP Utility Assistance Information
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is federally funded and administered through the state of Alabama. JCCEO administers the LIHEAP Utility Assitance program for eligible households with utility deposits and/or utility payments. Funds are paid directly to utility companies and vendors.
JCCEO has new ways to apply for services. You can use your smart device or you can just drop your application off to us!
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No-contact LIHEAP Utility Assistance Application Process
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, JCCEO is changing how our agency provides services to our community. JCCEO LIHEAP Utility Assistance application packets can be completed online and will be also available for pick-up and dropoff.
Clients who have access to the internet computers, tablets, or smartphones can now complete an application and upload documents to our new LITT (Lifting Individuals Through Technology) LITE application. Also, the LITT LITE mobile app is now available FREE in the Google Play Store and the Apple Store and is ready for you to use.
Designated literature boxes containing Energy Assistance application packets are available for pickup outside of the JCCEO Headquarters Office located across from Legion Field at 300 8th Avenue West Birmingham, Ala. 35204 Packets are also available at local utility company offices. Just complete the packet with the required documents and drop them off at the designated location below.
300 8th Avenue West
Birmingham, Ala. 35204
JCCEO LIHEAP Utility Assistance Guide
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps qualified households in meeting the rising costs of home energy. Please read the instructions carefully and use the step-by-step guide below to ensure you are submitting a complete application. Failure to provide requested information and documents will delay your application process.
NOTE: The cooling assistance program season is June 29th through October 31st.
Processing your application is our top priority; however, it does take time. You will be contacted by telephone when your application is being reviewed.
Please allow 30 days for your application to be processed. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer a callback, please leave your name and a contact number for a representative to return your call.
Click the tab below to begin the application process.
ONLINE APPLICATIONS HAVE CURRENTLY REACHED FULL CAPACITY.
PLEASE CHECK BACK, FRIDAY JULY 17, 2020.
Need a little help? Watch the LITT LITE how-to tutorial below.
Apply for LIHEAP Utility Assistance via Mobile Device
You can now apply for JCCEO LIHEAP Utility Assistance via Android or iPhone. Click your device OS below to download the LITT LITE mobile app to apply via mobile.
LITT LITE FOR ANDROID
LITT LITE FOR IPHONE/IOS
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