Indiana Advocacy Center

LIHEAP: Fighting Poverty in Indiana

Click on the map below for county level funding and congressional districts

LIHEAP Contact:
Public Inquiries: 1-800-872-0371
Website: www.in.gov/ihcda/2523.htm

LIHEAP Administering Agency Contacts
www.incap.org/eap.htm

Weatherization Assistance Program
Local Administering Agency Contacts
Website


Indiana Utilities

Northern Indiana Public Service Co. (NIPSCO)
Winter Warmth Program: Qualifying customers will be eligible to receive up to $450 in annual energy assistance. Eligibility requirements include those customers up to 200% of the federal poverty guidelines, in addition to those who have a financial hardship situation as determined by an administering Winter Warmth agency. Contact the Winter Warmth energy assistance agency in your county : Crown Point, 219-663-0627; Hammond, 219-932-4800; Gary, 219-886-3155; Valparaiso, 219-464-9736 or visit www.directlinkeservices.com/ni/pdf_files/ni_winterwarmthagencies.pdf.

Duke Energy – Low-Income Weatherization Program
Offered through a partnership with the state of Indiana, the program is designed to provide energy-saving installations and energy education at no cost to our customers who qualify for the weatherization or heating bill assistance as part of the state or federal programs. Contact Indiana’s local Community Action Agencies for more information or call Duke Energy at 1-800-521-2232 or visit www.duke-energy.com/indiana/savings/home-weatherization.asp.

Vectren – Share the Warmth
Vectren matches all public donations, up to an annual total of $200,000. Funds are distributed annually to the Indiana Low Income Weatherization Assistance Program. Weatherization services vary with each home, depending on home construction and condition. Recipients must be at or below 200% of federal poverty guidelines and can apply by visiting their local Community Action Agency or visiting www.sharethewarmthinc.com/ .