The best way to get information about energy services is to call 211. This will provide you with the most up to date information. Programs in Energy Services offers direct weatherization as well as low-income energy assistance to qualified homes. They contribute to self sufficiency by providing low-income families with the means to reduce their energy costs, and also manage public resources that help low-income people reduce energy use, increase their ability to pay for home energy, and eliminate safety problems that could contribute to poor health and/or to be delayed development for children. It also offers one-time utility payments. Energy Assistance locations (24.06 KB)