Community Action Partnership of Ramsey & Washington Counties

Energy Assistance Program

Helps renters and homeowners pay their home heating bills and may also assist homeowners to fix or replace their broken furnace

Description

Energy Assistance Program (EAP) services may include:

  • Help paying energy bills
  • Help paying water/wastewater bills
  • Help with utility disconnections or getting fuel delivered
  • Information on efficient and safe use of energy
  • Helping you work with your energy suppliers and human service providers
  • Repairing or replacing a broken furnace or heating system, if you own your home

Additional Information

Offers energy assistance and emergency furnace and boiler services

Features

  • Organization Type
    • Community Action Partnership
  • Payment
    • Free / no cost to eligible clients

Eligibility

Households who are at or below 60 percent of the state median income are eligible.

For example, a family of four earning $65,228 annually, or less may be eligible. Eligibility is based on three most recent months of income.

Funds are available for renters and homeowners.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Serves Ramsey and Washington counties

Program details and specific forms

Application Instructions

Contact this provider for an application.

Minnesota residents may also obtain an application and more information by calling (800) 657-3710 or by downloading them and mailing them to their local Energy Assistance Program provider.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Call for an application or download from agency website

Fee

There is no fee.

Location

450 Syndicate St N, Ste 35, St. Paul, MN, 55104

Area Served

Ramsey and Washington counties

Phone Numbers

  • Primary Contact for this program: 651-645-6470
  • Main: 651-645-6445

Email

EAP@caprw.org

Websites

Other Locations

Other Services at this Location

  • Car Ownership Program Helps employed people purchase a car through a low interest loan
  • Community Action Agency Provides programs and services that help individuals and families with low incomes.
  • Early Head Start Home visiting or center-based services and programs for low-income families with infants and toddlers that support child development, parenting skills and self-sufficiency
  • Family Homeless Prevention and Assistance Program (FHPAP) Short-term help for low-income families, youth, and single adults who are homeless or are about to become homeless.
  • Financial Management Education Classes, workshops and information about money management
  • Head Start Services and programs that prepare low-income families with preschool children (ages 3 - 5) for their transition to public school kindergarten and to support child development, parenting skills and self-sufficiency
  • Job Training Learn how to do the tasks for a type of job
  • Transitional Housing Time-limited housing and support services for individuals and/or families
  • Weatherization Assistance Program Helps low-income homeowners and renters to reduce energy costs

Last Update

6/7/2022