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Community Services and Revitalization Newsroom

LIHEAP Vendor Meetings Next Thursday or Friday

Thursday September 15, 2011

Contact: Debbie Belt
Louisville Metro Government
Debbie Belt, 574-6587
Lindsay English, 574-1903

LIHEAP Vendor Meetings Next Thursday or Friday

All vendors wishing to participate in the LIHEAP 2011-2012 program are encouraged to attend one of the important informational sessions scheduled on Thursday, September 22nd or Friday, September 23rd, 2011.

LIHEAP, the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, is a federally-funded program that provides financial assistance to help eligible low-income households meet their home heating needs. LIHEAP vendors are defined as any business that supplies energy, such as rental facilities where utilities are included in the rent, or provides home heating fuel to individuals applying for the LIHEAP program. Examples of home heating fuel include oil, kerosene, propane, bottled gas, wood, electric or natural gas.

The vendor meetings will help provide information about changes in the LIHEAP program this year and give interested individuals time to complete the necessary vendor packets and ask any questions they may have.

The first session will be held on Thursday, September 22, 2011 at 6:00 pm at Memorial Auditorium, 970 South 4th Street, in the second floor ballroom. Two more sessions will be held on Friday, September 23, 2011 at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm in the same location. It is only necessary to attend one session.

The Subsidy Phase of LIHEAP begins Monday, November 7, 2011 and early registrations begin in October for those income eligible residents who are disabled or elderly. Please contact at or (502) 574-6122 with any questions you may have.

Louisville Metro Community Action Partnership (CAP), part of the Department of Community Services and Revitalization, administers the local LIHEAP program for Jefferson County residents. The mission of CAP is to eliminate poverty and its effects among the residents of Louisville Metro, Kentucky. For more information about CAP, visit our website at or call CAP at 574-1157 (TDD available at MetroCALL – 574-5000; the Kentucky Association for Community Action (KACA) at 1-800-456-3452; or the Department for Community Based Services Ombudsman Office at 1-800-372-2973 (TDD available).