The Home Energy Assistance Target (HEAT) Program assists low-income households with energy costs. Households may apply for a one-time benefit per year. HEAT applications will be accepted Oct 1st through September 30th.
The CRISIS Program can provide additional assistance with your utility bills if you have a shut-off notice and meet State & Federal CRISIS guidelines.
Call 211 to inquire about other programs that may be available.
To qualify for HEAT assistance in Summit, Utah or Wasatch counties, you must meet the following guidelines:
There are several ways to apply. If you have any questions about the application process, call 801-229-3855 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply online, if you are eligible. Click on the button below for the online application and to see if you are eligible to apply online.
Download, print and send application by mail, fax or email.
Please include completed form with copies of all required documents to:
Note: Do not send any original documents with your application. All faxed or scanned documents must be legible in order to be accepted.
We encourage everyone who can to apply by MAIL or submit an ONLINE application. If you would like someone to help you with your HEAT application, please call 801-229-3855 to schedule an appointment. Limited HEAT appointments will be available between the hours of 9 am - 1 pm, Monday through Friday.
Please allow four to six weeks for applications to be processed. All applicants should continue to pay their utility bills, even after application is submitted, in order to stay current on their bills.
The following documents are needed at the time of appointment or must be sent in with your application:
Do not send any original documents with your application.
Faxed or scanned documents must be legible in order to be accepted.
If you have a shutoff notice from your electric or gas utility, you may qualify for the Utility Crisis Program.
All applications for crisis funding, or any HEAT applications treated as a crisis situation (including clients with a shutoff notice), must comply with State and Federal Crisis guidelines.
A crisis is defined as: when a household receives a 48-hour shutoff notice, or is within 10% of depleting deliverable fuel and faces sudden or unexpected event beyond their control resulting in the inability to pay household heating costs.
Call 801-229-3855 for more information.