Get the Help You Need Paying Your Heating Bills
13,233 households were warmer last winter because of help received from Self Help, Inc. and the Home Energy Assistance Program. We want residents throughout our service areas to know that Home Energy Assistance can lower their heating bills through discounts and savings options of the Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program and Heating Emergency Assistance Retrofit Task Weatherization Assistance Program (HEARTWAP) administered by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- The Client Portal for both new and returning clients will be available on October 1, 2023
Home Energy Assistance works closely with the Weatherization and HEART-WAP programs to coordinate eligibility efforts. This allows for additional assistance to clients who have used up their Home Energy Assistance benefits. Self Help works with volunteer agencies within our service area to provide trained volunteers to take applications within the community, thereby making access to Home Energy Assistance more convenient, especially for the senior citizens within each community.
Currently, Self Help Home Energy Assistance and Energy Conservation programs serves residents in 26 different cities and towns in Massachusetts.
Find out if you are eligible — Any low-income household whose gross yearly income falls at or below the income guidelines may qualify.
Book an Appointment
If you are facing no heat, a shut off notice from a utility or are nearly out of fuel, your first step is to schedule an intake appointment.
Home Energy Assistance Forms
Low income home energy assistance program forms. These are forms that will help determine whether you qualify for Home Energy Assistance.
What Information Do I Need to Provide When I Apply?
Get information regarding required documentation needed for your Home Energy Assistance application including Picture ID, Proof of income and recent bills.
Along with Home Energy Assistancefuel assistance, there is also a weatherization assistance program which helps reduce the cost of energy for low-income families.