Two Rivers Extends LIHEAP Program to Support Residents During Spring and Summer

As the spring season approaches, Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officials is reminding residents about the availability of their Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).

This program offers one-time benefits to qualifying individuals, assisting with energy bills and reconnecting energy services.

Recognizing the importance of managing energy costs, Two Rivers has seen a consistent demand for LIHEAP since its launch in October 2023. The program serves as a financial lifeline, allowing residents to prioritize other essentials like medications and food.

Let's explore how LIHEAP can provide vital support to residents during the upcoming season.

Eligibility and Application Process

To apply for LIHEAP, residents must provide proof of gross income and social security numbers for all household members.

Applications are currently being accepted and will continue until August 15th, 2024. Once approved, individuals can receive one-time benefits to help cover energy bills and reconnect services.

The application process is straightforward, ensuring ease of access to support for those in need.

Providing Crucial Assistance

The demand for LIHEAP has remained steady since its inception, highlighting the significance of energy costs in households.

Mark Schneider, the marketing coordinator at Two Rivers, emphasizes that LIHEAP offers a reprieve for residents struggling to manage their energy bills.

By providing financial assistance, this program allows individuals to allocate their limited resources towards other pressing needs like medications and groceries.

As we enter the spring and summer months, LIHEAP will continue to be a valuable resource for residents facing financial challenges.

Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officials

Committed to serving the community, Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officials offers a range of programs and services tailored to the needs of individuals and families.

LIHEAP is just one of the many ways in which Two Rivers supports residents, ensuring their well-being and improving their overall quality of life.

By extending the availability of LIHEAP and continuing to accept applications, Two Rivers is effectively championing the needs of vulnerable residents during this period.


As spring and summer approach, Two Rivers Regional Council of Public Officials urges residents to take advantage of the LIHEAP program. With its one-time benefits, LIHEAP provides essential assistance in managing energy bills and reconnecting services.

By alleviating the financial strain of these expenses, residents can redirect their resources towards critical needs such as medications and groceries. Two Rivers' commitment to serving the community is exemplified through the availability of LIHEAP and its ongoing support for residents during this season.

Apply for LIHEAP today and ensure that you have the necessary assistance to navigate the warmer months ahead.

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