Felder Opens HEAP Station in His Office

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Senator Simcha Felder announced Thursday that his office was open for low income New Yorkers to fill out HEAP and HeartShare applications.

HEAP is a federally-funded program for low-income households that supplies heating benefits to help supplement a household’s energy costs. The program also provides emergency benefits for households in a heat or heat-related energy emergency. Additionally, HEAP helps homeowners who need repairs to or replacements of their heating equipment.

HeartShare Human Services of New York administers the Neighborhood Heating Fund founded by National Grid. The fund helps low-income families and individuals with high heating bills meet their monthly payments. Together, National Grid and HeartShare assist over 1,200 families each heating season.

Proof of income, photo ID, and a past due National Grid heating bill are required to apply. To determine if you are eligible for HEAP and/or HeartShare, or for assistance with completing an application, please call Senator Felder’s office at 718-253-2015. Please note that appointments are necessary.