Posts Tagged ‘assistance’

Monday, November 23, 2020

HEAP enrollment now under way

NYSEG and RG&E would like to remind their customers that enrollment for New York’s Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). Customers who feel they may need assistance this winter should act as soon as possible and determine their eligibility. The enrollment period for HEAP opened on November 2, according to the New York Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA).

HEAP is for helping low-income people pay for the cost of heating their homes. Those eligible may receive one regular HEAP benefit per year, but may also be eligible for emergency benefits should they run out of fuel. Eligibility and benefits are based on a variety of factors, such as household size, what your primary heating source is, income, young children or seniors present, or permanent disabilities.

To find specific qualifications, or more information on how to apply to HEAP, click this link.


Wednesday, May 6, 2020

ANCA small business survey reveals majority still waiting on aid

In a recently conducted survey help better understand the impact the CARES act is having on North Country businesses, ANCA learned the following:

  • that out of the 119 business that responded, 3% were unable to apply due to limitations during the application process.
  • 95% of businesses applied to EIDL, PPP, or PUA programs, and of those that applied,
  • 62% did not hear from the program they applied to.
  • 21% have heard that they were approved for assistance,
  • and 8% received assistance.

ANCA staff will be following up with respondents of the survey during the coming weeks to continue to gather information about their experience with the stimulus programs. If you would like to contact ANCA and contribute your CARES act experience but did not take the survey, you can contact them at updates@adirondack.org.

 



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