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Electric bill and home energy assistance signups end June 30   no comments

Posted at 1:57 pm in News

Income limit raised, no disconnection required

People who would like assistance paying their electric bill or other home energy costs are encouraged to apply for the subsidy portion of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), administered by Big Sandy Area Community Action before the end of the month.

Anyone who has not received LIHEAP assistance since April 30 and meets the income guidelines is encouraged to apply. The income limit has been raised, so the agency is hopeful that they will be able to reach more people, including those who may have lost their job due to the pandemic. Disconnect notices are not required at this time.

The income limit has increased, so now a single person who made $1,595 or less last month qualifies,” explained BSACAP Executive Director Wanda Thacker. “The income limit increases by $560 for every person in the house, so if two people are in the house and their combined income was $2,155 or less last month, then they can get assistance too.”

The agency also said that the extra $600 per week of unemployment funds that some people may be receiving and the Economic Impact Payments ($1,200 for adults, $500 for children) do not count as income for this program. “We really want to give as many people as possible the chance to benefit from these funds,” Thacker said.

Applicants should call the agency’s toll-free LIHEAP hotline to book an appointment: 1-877-792-2219. Appointments can also be made through the agency’s website at www.bsacap.org/bookings.

LIHEAP is funded through Community Action Kentucky (CAK), the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

Written by Sarah Hill on June 18th, 2020

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Community Advocate, Academic Scholarships available to students   no comments

Posted at 12:01 pm in News

Each year Big Sandy Area Community Action Program (BSACAP) distributes over $7,000 in scholarships to students in the Floyd, Johnson, Martin, Magoffin, and Pike County area. The nonprofit organization will be offering ten $500 academic scholarships and one $2,000 Eula Hall Community Advocate Scholarship. Scholarships are funded through the Community Service Block Grant.

The Eula Hall Community Advocate Scholarship is offered to students majoring in Social Work, Human Services, Public Services, or related fields. Applicants must be in at least their third year of post-secondary study, must have a record of volunteerism, and must fulfill the requirements of the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Scholarship application.

Eula Hall has lived her life as an advocate for the workers, children, and families of the region. She served with the Volunteers in Service to America, the Appalachian Volunteers, the East Kentucky Worker’s Rights Organization, and as president of the Kentucky Black Lung Association. She established the Mud Creek Clinic in 1973 to serve uninsured and underinsured people. The Mud Creek Clinic, now known at the Eula Hall Health Center, offers general clinic care, pharmacy, dental care, optometry, mental health services, patient transportation, public benefits guidance, and a food pantry. She has served on the BSACAP Board of Directors for more than 35 years.

BSACAP Executive Director Wanda Thacker said, “Eula Hall’s service to our organization and the service and leadership she has the people in our area is a shining example of what people in eastern Kentucky are capable of when they put their minds to it. The Community Advocate Scholarship is one way that we can ensure that Eula’s legacy continues, and we see a new generation of strong advocates for eastern Kentucky rise up and continue the fight against poverty.”

BSACAP will also be offering ten $500 CSBG Academic Scholarship to students in the area.

If you are a student entering or returning to college or vocational school this fall and are in need of financial assistance, you may be eligible for the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) Academic Scholarship.

Applicants must provide the following information and/or documentation to apply for the scholarship:

  • Meet income eligibility as determined by the Federal Poverty Guidelines
  • Provide proof of residency within the BSACAP service area via utility bill or piece of first class mail postmarked within 30 days of application
  • Complete and sign an application available online or through staff
  • Complete a Family Profile according to CSBG guidelines (Please contact a staff member to complete this portion via telephone)
  • Provide proof of a high school diploma or GED
  • Provide proof of cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better from last semester of high school or last completed semester of college
  • Provide two letters of reference
  • Provide proof of enrollment or acceptance in a post-secondary educational institution for the Fall 2020 semester/term
  • Write an essay on why they feel they should receive the award

Applicants who have earned a 4-year degree or are pursuing education levels of Master’s Degree and above are not eligible. BSACAP staff and family members of staff are not eligible to apply.

For further information or to get an application, applicants may contact the Big Sandy Area Community Action Program staff in their county via telephone or by emailing csbg [at] bsacap [dot] org. Applications will be available online at www.bsacap.org/scholarships. Completed applications and required documentation must be received by mail no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 26, 2020. Scholarships will be awarded no later than July 31, 2020.

Office hours are 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Office numbers are as follows:

  • Floyd County – (606) 874-3595
  • Johnson County – (606) 789-6515
  • Magoffin County –(606) 349-2217
  • Martin County – (606) 298-3217
  • Pike County – (606) 432-2775

Scholarship funding is made possible by Community Services Block Grant with funds made available by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Written by Sarah Hill on June 3rd, 2020

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Home energy assistance subsidy signups May 1 – June 30   no comments

Posted at 8:09 am in News

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Big Sandy Area Community Action Program will take applications for another round of energy/heating assistance through the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Applications will be taken May 1 – June 30, 2020 on a first come, first serve basis, or until funds are exhausted. 

The program is designed to assist households with low incomes to pay their electric bills or assist with the cost of their heating fuel. Starting in May, the income eligibility limit for the program has been raised to 150 percent of the federal poverty level, meaning that a single person household with a gross income of $1,595 or less in the previous month can receive the assistance. The income limit increases by $560 per person in the household, so two-person household must have had a gross income of $2,155 or less in the previous month to qualify. 

It is important to note that funds provided to households through the CARES Act will not count toward the monthly income limit for this program. The extra $600 per week of unemployment funds that some people may be receiving and the Economic Impact Payments ($1,200 for adults, $500 for children) will not be considered as income for this program. 

You do not have to have a “disconnect” notice during the spring subsidy component of LIHEAP.  

All eligible applicants will receive a benefit amount that is based on their income and primary fuel type.  Benefit amounts vary based on individual situations. All vouchers are paid directly to the primary fuel vendor with no funds being distributed directly to the applicant household. 

Individuals seeking assistance during the subsidy component must meet income eligibility requirements and will be asked to provide the following information when they sign up:  

  1. Proof of Social Security Number or Permanent Residence (Green Card) for EACH member of the household. In order to receive assistance, you MUST provide EVERY Social Security Number or Permanent Residence (Green Card) for each member.
  2. Proof of ALL household’s (ALL MEMBERS) income from previous month. 
  3. Most CURRENT heating bill, statement from your landlord if heating expenses are included in rent, statement from utility company if you participate in Pre-Pay Electric Program. 
  4. The ACCOUNT NUMBERandNAME on the account for ALL heating fuel sources and electric. 

Applicants can book an appointment to sign up for the program through the agency’s website at www.bsacap.org/bookings. Applicants may also call the agency’s toll-free LIHEAP hotline in order to book an appointment: 1-877-792-2219.  

The agency can be reached by calling the BSACAP service office in your county. If callers are unable to reach a staff member, they are advised to leave a message with their name and number and state their interest in LIHEAP. Staff may also be reached through the agency’s website at www.bsacap.org/contact. 

LIHEAP is funded through Community Action Kentucky (CAK), the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). 

Written by Sarah Hill on May 4th, 2020

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Garden Seed voucher program signups April 27-May 1    no comments

Posted at 2:48 pm in News

BSACAP LogoSign-ups for Big Sandy Area Community Action Program’s annual Garden Seed Program will be taken on a first come, first serve basis April 27 – May 1, or until funds are exhausted. 

The Garden Seed Program offers qualifying low-income households $40 in vouchers to purchase seeds, plants, and fertilizer at local vendors so that area families can build a garden at their home. 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the agency will be operating the program a little bit differently than in years past. Those interested in the Garden Seed program are asked to call their local office or visit www.bsacap.org/contact and leave a message with your name, phone number or email address and stating that you want to apply fo the Garden Seed Program. 

The time a person calls or sends a message through the website will determine the order that each person is added to the program. No phone calls or emails related to the Garden Seed program will be accepted before 8 a.m. on Monday, April 27. 

  • Floyd County: 606-874-3595, Ext. 20 
  • Johnson County: 606-789-6515Option 2 
  • Magoffin County: 606-349-2217, Ext. 10 
  • Martin County: 606-298-3217, Ext. 10 
  • Pike County: 606-432-2775, Ext. 13  

BSACAP staff will contact people who sent an email or left a phone message on or before May 4th in order to make arrangements with them to collect the required documentation and mail their voucher. 

To be eligible for the program, a household must: 

  • Meet income eligibility guidelines 
  • Provide proof of income from the previous month 
  • Have the social security numbers for all household members 
  • Have a metered utility bill to verify their address 

Documentation does not need to be provided until after a BSACAP staff member has contacted you back. 

Vendors interested in providing Garden Seed Program items (seeds, plants, fertilizer for food bearing gardens) during the 2020 Garden Seed Program administered through Big Sandy Area Community Action Program must contact the central office at 606-789-6515, Option 2 by Friday, May 1, 2020 in order to sign up. 

Last year, 376 households in the BSACAP service area of Floyd, Johnson, Martin, Magoffin, and Pike counties received garden seed vouchers. Clients grow and maintain their gardens by themselves and are able to reap the fruits of their labor.  

This program is funded, in part, by the Community Services Block Grant made available by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. 

Written by Sarah Hill on April 17th, 2020

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Economic Impact Payment FAQ    no comments

Posted at 11:02 am in News

There are lots of questions about the Economic Impact Payments floating around, so we wanted to find out some answers for you. Below is a list of commonly asked questions and we hope that we’re able to give you the information you really need. If you have a question that we haven’t answered here, you can visit the IRS website at https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments for more information. If that doesn’t help, feel free to reach out to us and we will try to get you the answer you need. 

Why is the government giving out money like this? 

  • The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has put a lot of people out of work and caused a lot of financial hardship for individuals, families, and businesses. The government is giving out this money to help people stay afloat while the virus spreads and to help businesses try to keep the economy going as much as we can. 

Who qualifies for this money?  

  • Most American adults will receive some money for themselves and their families through the COVID-19 Stimulus Package. If you have a Social Security number or an adoption taxpayer identification number (AITN), you can receive the stimulus money. 
  • Immigrant households who filed taxes with an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) will not qualify for the stimulus money. 
  • If you owe back child support payments, you may not get any or all of the Economic Impact money that you could have received. 

How much money do I get? 

  • If you are a single person and made less than $75,000 last year, you will get $1,200. 
  • If you are the head of the household (on your tax form) and made less than $112,500 last year, you will get $1,200. 
  • If you are a married couple and your combined income was less than $150,000, you will get $2,400 (or $1,200 each). 
  • If you have children under the age of 17 that you claimed on your taxes last year, you will $500 per child on top of the $1,200 you are receiving. 

What if I had a baby since the last time I filed taxes, can I still get $500 for them? 

  • No. The amount you get is based off your most recent tax return. 

I haven’t filed my taxes this year, can I still get the money? 

  • Yes. If you have not filed your taxes this year, the IRS will use your 2018 tax information to determine the amount you are eligible for. 

I do not have to file taxes, can I still get the money? 

  • Yes. If you receive Social Security Retirement Benefits or Social Security Disability Payments and you do not have any children under the age of 17, you do not have to do anything to receive the money. Otherwise, you can enter your information through the IRS’s website and receive your money.
    Visit:  https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/non-filers-enter-payment-info-here 

How am I supposed to use this money? 

  • You are free to use the money on whatever you want. A lot of people will probably use the money to help them pay bills and buy groceries, gasoline, and supplies for their home. 
  • Even though landlords can’t evict you right now and your electricity won’t be cut off right now, you still have to pay those bills at some point.  

I lost my job due to the COVID-19 pandemic, do I qualify? 

  • Yes. If you filed taxes in either 2018 or 2019, you do not have to do anything to receive the money. 

I was unemployed before the COVID-19 pandemic began, do I qualify? 

  • Yes. If you filed taxes in either 2018 or 2019, you do not have to do anything to receive the money. 

I’m still employed or found new employment, do I qualify? 

  • Yes. If you filed taxes in either 2018 or 2019, you do not have to do anything to receive the money. 

I draw Social Security Retirement, do I qualify? 

  • Yes. If you do not have any children under the age of 17, you will automatically receive your payment. You do not have to do anything. 

I draw Social Security Disability (SSDI), do I qualify? 

  • Yes. If you do not have any children under the age of 17, you will automatically receive your payment. You do not have to do anything. 
  • If you have children under the age of 17, you still qualify, but you will have to enter your information on the IRS website to make sure that you will receive the $500 per child. Visit: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/non-filers-enter-payment-info-here 

I draw Supplemental Security Income (SSI), do I qualify? 

  • Yes. If you do not have any children under the age of 17, you will automatically receive your payment. You do not have to do anything. 
  • If you have children under the age of 17, you still qualify, but you will have to enter your information on the IRS website to make sure that you will receive the $500 per child. Visit: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/non-filers-enter-payment-info-here 

I draw SSI and use a Direct Express card which does not have a routing number or account number, can I still get the money? 

I’m new to the Social Security or SSI system, do I need to do anything? 

Do adult dependents that I claimed on my taxes qualify? 

  • No. If you claimed an adult dependent on your taxes, that person is not eligible for the economic impact money. 

What do I have to do to get this money? 

  • Most people won’t have to do anything. The IRS will either direct deposit the money into the same bank account that you used to receive your income tax return or they will send you a check by mail. 
  • If you do not have to file taxes or did not file in 2018 or 2019 and you do not receive SS benefits or SSDI, you can enter your information through the IRS’s website and receive your money.
    Visit:  https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/non-filers-enter-payment-info-here 

What if my address has changed since I filed taxes?  

What if opened a bank account or my bank account information has changed since I last filed taxes? 

  • If your bank account information has changed since you last filed taxes, you can visit the IRS’s website at:  https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/economic-impact-payments. Click on the “Get My Payment” button and enter your information there. That part of their website won’t be ready until about mid-April, so just keep checking back. 

What if I don’t have a bank account, can I still get the money? 

  • If you do not have a bank account, you can still receive the money. The IRS will be processing direct deposits (into people’s bank accounts) first, then they will process paper checks. It will take longer to receive a paper check, but you will still receive the money. 

Will this money be taxed? 

  • No. While regular income and unemployment funds will be taxed, the economic impact money will not be taxed. 

Will I have to pay this money back? 

  • No. You do not have to pay this money back. 

 

Written by Sarah Hill on April 13th, 2020

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Energy assistance program extended to April 30    no comments

Posted at 3:08 pm in News

The deadline for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) has been extended to April 30, or until funds have been exhausted. Big Sandy Area Community Action Program (BSACAP) will be taking applications for the extended Crisis component of LIHEAP by telephone.  

The Crisis component of LIHEAP provides assistance to low-income households experiencing heating emergencies. Households that have received their maximum benefit for 2020, may not re-apply at this time 

Local energy providers have stated that they will not be performing disconnects during the COVID-19 pandemic; however, disconnect notices are still being generated and sent out to customers. Even though no disconnect will take place, people may still qualify for LIHEAP services to assist them with their home heating or electricity needs. 

Households are considered to be in a home heating crisis if: 

  • the household is within four days of running out of fuel if bulk fuel (coal, fuel oil, propane, kerosene, or wood) is the primary heating source; or 
  • the household has received a disconnect notice if natural gas or electric is the heating source; or 
  • the household’s home heating costs are included in the rent and the household has received an eviction notice for non-payment of rent. 

Big Sandy Area Community Action Program’s offices have closed to the public in order to comply with the social distancing requirements put in place by the local and state governments. The agency will now take LIHEAP applications by phone and arrangements to provide documentation will be made with each customer. 

To be eligible for Crisis assistance, households must verify their address, verify a heating crisis exists and meet federal income eligibility guidelines. Applicants also must apply in their county of residence. In addition, applicants can make arrangements to provide the following items if they are not already on file with the agency: 

  • Proof of household income for prior month; 
  • Birthdates for all household members; 
  • Social security card or official documentation with social security numbers for each member of household.  

Applications will be taken by phone, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the following numbers: 

  • Floyd County: 606-874-3595 
  • Johnson County: 606-789-6515 
  • Magoffin County: 606-349-2217 
  • Martin County: 606-298-3217 
  • Pike County: 606-432-2775 

LIHEAP, a national energy assistance initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is funded in Kentucky by the state Cabinet for Health and Family Services and Community Action Kentucky. 

Written by Sarah Hill on March 30th, 2020

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Our Offices are Closed, but We’re Still Ready to Serve!   no comments

Posted at 9:05 am in News

Big Sandy Area Community Action Program will remain operational in spite of having to close our offices to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus). Our staff will be able to assist you, just in a slightly different way than you’re used to.

We thank you for your patience and understanding as we adjust to serving you remotely. Please check back with us regularly for updates and changes. Many of the forms you may need to fill out in order to receive services will be made available on our website.

We’re asking that you call the BSACAP office in your county and make arrangements with staff for services.

Floyd County: 606-874-3595
Johnson County: 606-789-3641
Magoffin County: 606-349-2217
Martin County: 606-298-3217
Pike County: 606-432-2775

We would also like to announce that the Garden Seed Program voucher distribution will not take place during the first week of April as is usual. Voucher distribution will now take place during the first full week of May: May 4th – 8th.

Please remember to check in with your elderly relatives and neighbors to see if they’re okay, wash your hands often with warm water for at least 20 seconds, cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue and then throw the tissue away, avoid touching your face, disinfect regularly touched surfaces, and practice compassion with those around you.

Written by Sarah Hill on March 18th, 2020

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Book Appointments Now for Crisis Heating Assistance   no comments

Posted at 3:51 pm in News

Big Sandy Area Community Action Program (BSACAP) will be taking applications for the Crisis component of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) beginning Monday, Jan. 6, 2020. Applications will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis until March 31 or until funds are exhausted.

New to the agency this year is the ability to book your LIHEAP appointment online or by calling the BSACAP office in your county.

The Crisis component of LIHEAP provides assistance to low-income households experiencing heating emergencies. “The crisis component of LIHEAP operates on a first come, first serve basis, so we’ve always had long lines of people waiting for service and often they have had to stand out in the cold,” the agency’s Executive Director Wanda Thacker said. “By allowing people to book an appointment to meet with our staff, we’re preventing them from having to make multiple trips to town, keeping them warm, and making sure they are able to work getting their service around their schedule.”

Appointments to receive LIHEAP service are being taken now. Appointments can be made online by visiting the agency’s website at www.bsacap.org/bookings, choosing the county you reside in, then picking a date on or after January 6th and a time that would be best for you, add your contact details, and click “Book.” Bookings can also be reached through Facebook by clicking the “Book Now” button at the top of Big Sandy Area Community Action Program’s page (@BSACAP), just under the cover photo. Those without internet access can call the BSACAP service office in their county and book an appointment over the telephone.

Households are considered to be in a home heating crisis if:

  • the household is within four days of running out of fuel if bulk fuel (coal, fuel oil, propane, kerosene, or wood) is the primary heating source; or
  • the household has received a disconnect notice if natural gas or electric is the heating source; or
  • the household’s home heating costs are included in the rent and the household has received an eviction notice for non-payment of rent.

To be eligible for Crisis assistance, households must verify their address, verify a heating crisis exists and meet federal income eligibility guidelines. Applicants also must apply in their county of residence.

In addition, applicants must present the following:

  • Proof of household income for prior month;
  • Birthdates for all household members;
  • Social security card or official documentation with social security numbers for each member of household.

Applications will be taken at the following BSACAP service offices from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.:

Floyd County

60 Court Street

Allen, Ky.

606-874-3595

 

Martin County

387 E. Main Street

Inez, Ky.

606-298-3217

Johnson County

230 Court Street

Paintsville, Ky.

606-789-6515

 

Pike County

478 Town Mountain Road

Pikeville, Ky.

606-432-2775

Magoffin County

131 S. Church Street

Salyersville, Ky.

606-349-2217

 

 

LIHEAP, a national energy assistance initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, is funded in Kentucky by the state Cabinet for Health and Family Services and Community Action Kentucky.

Written by Sarah Hill on December 20th, 2019

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BSACAP Seeking Board Members   no comments

Posted at 10:09 am in News

Written by Sarah Hill on October 21st, 2019

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Heating assistance subsidy signups begin Nov. 4   no comments

Posted at 9:59 am in News

The subsidy portion of the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), administered by Big Sandy Area Community Action Program, will begin Monday, November 4th. Low-income individuals and families in need of assistance should visit the Community Action office in their county between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Applications will be accepted alphabetically by last name.

LIHEAP is a federally-funded program that helps low-income households with their home energy bills. By ensuring proper heating, the risk of health and safety problems such as illness, fire, or eviction is reduced. This important federal program helps provide heating assistance to over 100,000 families in Kentucky each year.  It operates in two components:  the subsidy component and the crisis component.

Individuals seeking assistance during the subsidy component must meet income eligibility requirements and bring the following information with them when they sign up:

  1. Proof of Social Security Number or Permanent Residence (Green Card) for EACH member of the household. In order to receive assistance you MUST bring EVERY Social Security Number or Permanent Residence (Green Card) for each member.
  2. Proof of ALL household’s (ALL MEMBERS) income from previous month.
  3. Most CURRENT heating bill, statement from your landlord if heating expenses are included in rent, statement from utility company if you participate in Pre-Pay Electric Program.
  4. The ACCOUNT NUMBER and NAME on the account for ALL heating fuel sources and electric.

You do not have to have a “disconnect” notice during the subsidy component of LIHEAP.

All eligible applicants will receive a benefit amount that is based on their income and primary fuel type.  Benefit amounts vary based on individual situations. All vouchers are paid directly to the primary fuel vendor with no funds being distributed directly to the applicant household.

Households should choose the date that contains the first letter of the head of household’s last name.

Nov. 4 – A Nov. 11 – Closed (Veterans Day) Nov. 18 – H Nov. 25 – M Dec. 2 – N Dec. 9 – S
Nov. 5 – Staff Day (Election Day) Nov. 12 – D, E Nov. 19 – H Nov. 26 – M Dec. 3 – O, P Dec. 10 – T
Nov. 6 – B Nov. 13 – F Nov. 20 – I, J Nov. 27 – Staff Day Dec. 4 – Q, R Dec. 11 – U, V, W
Nov. 7 – B Nov. 14 – G Nov. 21 – K Nov. 28 – Closed Dec. 5 – S Dec. 12 – X, Y, Z
Nov. 8 – C Nov. 15 – Open Nov. 22 – L Nov. 29 – Closed Dec. 6 – Open Dec. 13 – Open  (Last Day of Subsidy)

 

Applicants should bring their documents on their alphabetically assigned day to the Community Action office in their county. If an applicant cannot apply on their assigned day, contact the office to make other arrangements.

  • Floyd County
    60 Court Street
    Allen
    606-874-3595
  • Johnson County
    230 Court Street
    Paintsville
    606-789-6515
  • Magoffin County
    131 Church Street
    Salyersville
    606-349-2217 
  • Martin County
    387 E. Main Street
    Inez
    606-298-3217
  • Pike County
    478 Town Mountain Road
    Pikeville
    606-432-2775

Applications for the subsidy portion of LIHEAP will not be taken after Friday, December 13.

LIHEAP is funded through Community Action Kentucky (CAK), the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).

Written by Sarah Hill on October 21st, 2019

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