Applications for the Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) for the 2023-2024 season begin on September 1, 2023
The Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (CEAP) helps Connecticut residents afford to heat their homes. Basic benefits towards your heating bill (both deliverable fuel & utility households) range between $180 to $530 depending on your income level, household size and whether there is a vulnerable member in the household. These benefits are paid directly to your utility company or fuel supplier. Households that heat with deliverable fuels like oil or propane may be eligible for an additional crisis assistance benefit. CEAP recipients who have electric as their primary heating source may also be eligible for matching payment plans and protection from shut-offs.
This is a winter heating assistance program that is administered by Connecticut’s Department of Social Services in partnership with local Community Action Agencies (CAAs) throughout the state and local Town Social Services offices.
Who is Eligible?
Your household may be eligible for CEAP if you can answer YES to the following questions:
· Are you a Connecticut resident?
· Do you meet one of the following income guidelines?
Your annual household income falls at or below the income levels in the table below (i.e. 60% of the state’s median income)
You receive food stamps (SNAP), SSI, TANF, or other benefits from the Department of Social Services.
Household Size: 1, Gross Income: $41,553
Household Size: 2, Gross Income: $54,338
Household Size: 3, Gross Income: $67,124
Household Size: 4, Gross Income: $79,910
Household Size: 5, Gross Income: $92,695
Household Size: 6, Gross Income: $105,481
Household Size: 7, Gross Income: $107,878
Household Size: 8, Gross Income: $110,275
If you are a resident of Falls Village and wish to apply or have any questions, please call or email Falls Village Social Services: Theresa Snyder Graney @ 860-824-9855 or email@example.com
All Contact is confidential.