Connecticut $250 to $600 Up For Claims: Who’s Eligible?

CEAP helps Connecticut residents pay for home heating. Basic heating bill assistance ranges from $250 to $600, based on income and household size.

CEAP recipients may be eligible for matching payment plans, protection from shut-offs, and heating equipment replacement and repairs

Can apply if you or anyone in your household receives SNAP, TFA/TANF, SSI, Blind, and Disabled, Refugee Cash Assistance, or Your annual household income is at or below the income levels

You can apply online, over the phone, by email, by mail, or in person at your local Community Action Agency (CAA).

You'll need your latest heating, electric, and water bills for Heating Assistance. If you're asking for Water Assistance, you'll need proof that utilities are included in your rent.

If you or anyone in your home obtains SNAP or cash assistance, you fulfil the income requirements and don't need evidence of income .

If you or anyone in your family has a job, you must present 4 consecutive weeks of paystubs or a signed statement from your payroll department or company stating your income.

If you or someone in your household is self-employed, submit your completed Self-Employment Worksheet and most current IRS Form 1040.

You or anyone in your household must show award letters, direct deposit bank statements, and signed statements.