Do you see your heating bill growing higher and higher? If you’re considered a low-income family, you may be eligible for energy assistance through the Division of Family and Children Services.
Stay safe and save money this winter! Learn how to prepare your family and your home for the cold.
Families can receive a better quality of life with the Weatherization Assistance Program administered by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA).
If you are 65 or older, you can start applying for help paying your heating bill. All other eligible households must wait until Dec. 1.
Because water authorities operate at the local level, contact your city, town or county government to learn how to pay your water bill.
By renovating older homes and multi-family buildings, the Weatherization Assistance Program helps low-income families conserve energy and save money.
Encouraged by the growing movement toward sustainability, all state agencies committed in 2008 to reducing energy consumption in office buildings some 15% by 2020.