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This federally funded program, typically available from November through March, helps income eligible households pay their home heating bills. It is not a loan and you do not have to pay it back. You must reapply annually and quickly before funds run out each winter.
There are two parts to HEAP:
Please bring the following information with you when you apply for HEAP:
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For more information about HEAP, visit NYC Human Resource Administration (HRA) - Energy Assistance webpage or New York State myBenefits. You can also call the New York City HEAP Hotline at 1-800-692-0557.
It’s easiest to apply for Fuel Assistance/HEAP in person at your local Department of Social Services office. If you’d prefer, you can you can apply online at New York State myBenefits or print the application and mail it in to: Home Energy Assistance Program/HEAP, P.O. Box 1401, Church Street Station, New York, NY 10008.
If you are income-eligible, Emergency Temporary Assistance may be available from the NYC Human Resource Administration (HRA), for example if payment is needed to maintain or restore utility service(s).
For more information about Emergency/Temporary Assistance, visit the NYC Human Resource Administration (HRA) - Cash Assistance website, New York State myBenefits, or your nearest NYC HRA office location. You can also call HRA's Infoline at 718-557-1399.
Neighborhood Heating Fund is a National Grid program administered by HeartShare Human Services of NY to help qualified households meet their home heating needs. To qualify for a $200 grant, you must be a National Grid customer whose household meets the income guidelines of the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), as listed in the chart above. Customers may apply once per year when they have exhausted all HEAP assistance. This grant is only available to residents of Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island who live in a 1-2 family house or pay for heat in their apartment. Applications will be available beginning in February 2020. For more information on how to apply, please call 1-718-422-4207, go to a participating office, or visit the HeartShare Human Services website.