The Fayette County Transportation program is happy to announce that it will
Community Action’s YouthBuild program is now recruiting an instructor and program participants.
Background The Faith in Recovery Coalition was established in July 2014 by
The Healthier Buckeye concept had its origin in a bipartisan House/Senate work
The Winter Crisis Program, formerly known as the emergency heap (e-heap) is administered by community action agencies throughout Ohio. The Winter Crisis Program provides assistance once per heating season to eligible low-income households that are disconnected, threatened with disconnection, or have less than a ten-day supply of bulk fuel. This program will also help with acquiring new electric or heating service. For further information, contact your local community action agency. Upon resolving the applicants utility “crisis”, applicant will be entered into a payment plan to clear any outstanding debt if they choose to not participate in PIPP Plus.
The total household income of an applicant must be at or below 175 percent of the federal poverty guidelines
- ID of the person applying for assistance
- Last 3 months of the household income
- Birth Certificates for all household members
- Everyone in the house needs to have social security cards & date of birth
- Most recent gas & electric bills or new account numbers
- Disconnect Notice
Tracey Hixon 740-335-7282 Ext. 115