Keep Klamath Cozy Drive
On behalf of Klamath Lake & Lake Community Action Services, We would like to thank Pacific Power and all those who kindly donated during the “Keep Klamath Cozy Drive”. Over 60 blankets and 7 space heaters will be provided to families and individuals to keep them warm this winter, including homeless individuals at the Winter Give Away-Homeless Point in Time Count, January 25th. Please accept our heartfelt appreciation for your thoughtfulness and generosity.
KLCAS Energy Assistance
The Energy Assistance Program helps increase economic stability for people, communities, and the state by providing assistance with: power, natural gas, heating oil, propane, firewood, pellets, and furnace repair. This is made possible through federal, state, and other programs such as: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Programs (LIHEAP), Oregon Energy Assistance (OEA), Oregon Heat, Low-Income Rate Assistance Program (LIRAP), Project Share, along with many other programs.
Our Energy Assistance Program is designed to encourage regular utility payments, promote energy awareness, and educate participants on the reduction of energy usage. This is accomplished through energy efficiency and client education. Other services may also be available through this program such as: furnace repair, emergency reconnection and fuel delivery, blankets, as well as heaters.
KLCAS Lakeview office is located at 100 N D Street Suite 203, Lakeview, OR 97630.
Office hours are:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 8am to 11am
Tuesday and Thursday 1pm to 5pm
2015 Quick Facts – Energy Assistance Program
- 7,073 individuals received energy assistance services.
- 3,018 families received energy assistance services.
- 1,627 were senior citizens, many on fixed incomes.
- 1,390 were people with disabilities.
- 26 furnaces were repaired or replaced.
- 310 people participated in energy education, learning great tools to reduce energy costs!
- Income Guidelines for Programs
- Incentives and Rebates
- Putting Energy into Education
- Upcoming Energy Education Classes
“Housing should be affordable enough to be able to pay rent and still put food on the table.”