The Pennsylvania Utility Law Project (PULP) has released its 2018-2019 Pennsylvania Advocates Manual for those seeking funds from the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) for those they serve.
The applications and guidelines for LIHEAP often change from year to year, and these changes can be confusing for both applicants and their advocates. The LIHEAP Manual is a working reference that aids understanding of and access to the benefits provided by Pennsylvania’s LIHEAP.
Many customers eligible do not apply, and those who do often receive less than their potential benefits.
Download the 2018-2019 LIHEAP Pennsylvania Advocates Manual and share it with advocates and service providers across the Commonwealth!
The Pennsylvania Utility Law Project (PULP) provides information, assistance, and advice about residential utility and energy matters affecting low-income consumers. PULP serves all of Pennsylvania. PULP is a specialized component of Regional Housing Legal Services and is based in Harrisburg, the state capital of Pennsylvania. PULP acts in coordination with the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network of Programs and other nonprofit agencies and community groups.