Leaves are starting to fall and the cold winter months will be upon us sooner than we realize. Find out more about Heating Assistance Information so that you can be best educated to help yourself, neighbors, friends, and family in need.
Energy assistance isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round efforts gets so much attention. Join our efforts and become an informed citizen to help ensure that no family, child, or vulnerable household is without essential energy services.
What is LIHEAP and WAP and MEAP?
Like all sectors, the energy assistance sector is full of acronyms and programs. Learn about the Basics of Energy Assistance so that you can be informed and help educate members of our community why these programs are so important.
Spokesperson for the Coalition to Keep Michigan Warm
ACTfor those in need
Cold weather is just around the corner, so let's work to ensure all families are prepared. Low income families and limited income senior households, especially, need to take action.
In addition, non-profit agencies are anticipating a delayed start to energy assistance programs this fall. Check out our #GetWinterPrepared resource page to learn more.
Chair of the Coalition to Keep Michigan Warm
Vice- Chair of the Coalition to Keep Michigan Warm
Locally and nationally, the Coalition to Keep Michigan Warm is a vocal advocate for the low income energy households. Our members represent every corner of our state. Children, fixed income households, and vulnerable families need our efforts to ensure their voice is heard.