Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency posts December energy assistance outreach dates
The Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency announced its December dates for the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program. UETHDA officials say the “LIHEAP” program keeps local families safe through initiatives that assist with energy costs.
Families who qualify will have a payment sent directly to their utility company and credited to their bill. Priority for this assistance is given to low-income, disabled, or elderly individuals; as well as houses with young children, veterans, or large households. Last year, UETHDA helped 11,730 households, providing more than $5 million in energy assistance to local families in need.
A full list of locations and times for outreach dates in December:
Thursday, December 1 , 9am-3pm: Greeneville, Food City, 509 Asheville Hwy
Friday, December 2, 9am-3pm: Erwin, Food City, 110 N. Industrial Rd
Monday, December 5, 9am-3pm: Johnson City, Food City, 2120 S. Roan St
Tuesday, December 6, 9am-3pm: Johnson City ,Project Access, 926 W. Oakland Ave
Wednesday, December 7, 9am-3pm: Piney Flats, Food City, 6681 Bristol Hwy
Thursday, December 8, 9am-3pm: Kingsport, Food City, 1911 Moreland Dr
Friday, December 9, 9am-3pm: Rogersville, Food City, 1287 E. Main St
Monday, December 12, 9am-3pm: Johnson City, Food City, 920 N. State Of Franklin Rd
Tuesday, December 13, 10am-3pm: Kingsport, Hope Helps, 4540 W. Stone Dr
Tuesday, December 13, 3:30pm-7pm: Church Hill, Church Hill Mission Clinic, 401 Richmond St
Wednesday, December 14, 9am-3pm: Elizabethton, Food City, 920 Broad St
Thursday, December 15, 9am-3pm: Greeneville, Food City, 905 Snapps Ferry Rd
Monday, December 19, 9am-2:30pm: Piney Flats, Good Sam, 331 Industrial Pk
Tuesday, December 20, 9am-3pm: Jonesborough, Food City, 500 Forest Dr
Tuesday, December 27, 9am-3pm: Greeneville, Food City, 2755 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy
Thursday, December 29, 9am-3pm: Johnson City, Salvation Army, 200 Ashe St
Friday, December 30, 9am-3pm: Johnson City, Good Sam, 100 N. Roan St.
You may also visit one of nine area neighborhood service centers, located in the 8 county service area for assistance or simply call (423) 246-6180. LIHEAP is only one of many services offered to help with self-sufficiency. If you or someone you know needs help, contact UETHDA.