State energy assistance
The federally funded Home Energy Assistance Target (HEAT) Program helps low-income households with energy costs. It is administered by the Utah Department of Workforce Services through local agencies. Get details for the agency in your area.
Special Information: The HEAT program has received federal supplemental funding through the federal CARES Act which extends the season to September 30, 2020 and provides additional benefits to customers who already received funding this season.
Any household applying and qualifying for HEAT benefits as well as households that already received a benefit this season will be eligible to receive a supplemental benefit in the amount of $550. Contact the agency in your area for more information.
Lend A Hand
Lend A Hand, which is administered by The Salvation Army, provides energy assistance with donated funds. Households with senior and disabled family members are given priority.
Call The Salvation Army at 801-969-0526 or toll free at 1-855-969-0526 to apply for Lend A Hand.
To make a bigger impact for our neighbors facing financial hardships, we match every dollar you donate to Lend A Hand with $2 more, up to $120,000 annually. Donate now.
HELP bill discount
If your income meets HEAT Assistance guidelines, you may be eligible for the Home Electric Lifeline Program (HELP) which provides a credit on your monthly Rocky Mountain Power bills. Mention this to the HEAT Assistance Office when applying for financial assistance and they can assist you in enrolling for the bill credit.
Utah weatherization program
The Utah Department of Workforce Services offers weatherization services at no cost to income qualifying households. For information, please call 211 or see the agency list to contact the local agency near you.