The Weatherization Program can help you increase the energy efficiency of your home so that you can reduce your energy bills.
You are eligible to apply for this program if you live in a low-income household, particularly if you are elderly, have children, or a family member with a disability. You can apply for the weatherization program whether you own or rent, live in a single-family home, multifamily housing complex, or a mobile home.
The New Jersey Comfort Partners Program is a free energy saving and energy education program for qualified low-income customers.
A HUD Certified Housing Counseling Agency, The Housing Coalition of Central Jersey provides a wide range of programs to assist Middlesex County residents with housing services. Residents receive the following types of housing counseling and education.
New Jersey's Clean Energy Program is a statewide program that offers financial incentives, programs and services for New Jersey residents, business owners and local governments to help them save energy, money and the environment.
Somerset Community Action Program, Inc. (SCAP) was established in 1965 as one of the first few community action programs nationwide set to implement the Economic Opportunities Act. From its inception, the leadership of SCAP was motivated by progressivism with a strong commitment to community participation in the decision-making process and in shaping the programs and institutions that were set up to serve them.
La Casa provides assistance to eligible low and moderate income households in Essex County to help manage the costs of home heating and energy under the federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program and Universal Service Fund programs provided by the NJ Public Utility Board.
PROCEED provides home repair services that enhance energy efficiency and improve the health of those living in the home. Over the years, these services have saved countless families in Union County thousands of dollars in heating, cooling, and healthcare bills.