Utility Assistance

  • Utility assistance to help customers pay utility bills by referring them to community resources. Open Monday-Friday from 8am-4:30pm. Runs January through March. Program is available to anyone with a disconnect notice residing in Douglas or Sarpy County. Walk in with the disconnect notice and you will be given the next …
  • Financial assistance to avoid eviction and utility shut off. services available to low income families who are residents of Dodge County. Maximum assistance of $300 a year.
  • Assists with housing or utility payments. Must be a part of their case management program. A family must meet one of these requirements: be working full-time with children under the age of 18, be receiving disability payments, or be over the age of 65.
  • Utility assistance, rent assistance, and clothing assistance. Must reside in Douglas County and income cannot exceed $425 a month for a 1 person household or $440 a month for a 2 person household. Provides assistance for utilities and rent - NOT for security deposits or application fees. It takes 45 days after …
  • Energy assistance. Emotional and financial assistance following a disaster, such as a house fire.
  • Utility and rental assistance. Also provides non-food vouchers. Eligibility is based on income and resources. Must call before receiving a shut-off notice or eviction notice. Agency can help with current month's bill only. Call for application.

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