Adams County has given more than $3.2 million to 8,646 residents in energy assistance from the county’s LEAP program during the 2013-2014 season. The program runs from Nov. 1 through April 30 each year.
“We are extremely pleased with the …
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“We are extremely pleased with the amount of residents we were able to help this past season,” said Adams County Human Services Director Chris Kline. “The program provides much-needed assistance to families in the cold winter months. Many of our citizens cannot pay their large heating costs when the temperatures start to dip.”
While the primary goal of the program is to help low-income residents of Adams County with heating costs, the program also provides a wealth of information on energy efficiency, assists with the hiring of furnace repair contractors, and offers a variety of energy-related services to senior residents of Adams County.
LEAP is a federally funded program managed through the county offices of the Colorado Department of Human Services. Adams County residents may apply for benefits in the 2014-2015 LEAP season between Nov. 1, 2014, and April 30, 2015, by contacting the Adams County Human Services Department at , or by dialing the help line at 1-866-432-8435 or 2-1-1.
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