The HEAT Program helps families in low-income households pay their bills during the coldest months of the year. We also offer crisis assistance year round. If you live in Salt Lake County or Tooele County and you need help with your heating costs, apply today.
You can schedule an appointment online or call 801-521-6107 or 844-214-3090 to set up a time.
Remember to bring the required documents to your appointment.
Schedule an Appointment
You might qualify to submit your HEAT application online. Click here to see if you’re eligible and start the process if you are.
You may send a completed form, along with copies of all required documents, to the Utah Community Action HEAT Program at the following address: 764 South 200 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84101.
To access additional HEAT forms: https://jobs.utah.gov/housing/seal/otherheatforms.html
If you prefer to fill out your form ahead of time, you can print it and bring it with you.
To qualify for HEAT assistance in Salt Lake and Tooele Counties, you must meet the following requirements:
Rocky Mountain Power Home Energy Lifeline Program
The Home Energy Lifeline Program (HELP) is a monthly discount program for Rocky Mountain Power customers who meet HEAT Program eligibility. Clients must re-certify each year either on their HEAT/Crisis application or during a summer re-certification period. Income qualification is the same as for HEAT (at or below 150 percent of poverty). If you have applied for HEAT or Crisis assistance and have Rocky Mountain Power for your electricity, you have already received the monthly discount of $12.60 a month which adds up to $151.20 per year. If you did not apply for HEAT, you will want to complete a HELP application and submit it with the following documentation:
• Photo ID
• Social Security card
• All income from the month prior to the application
• Your most recent Rocky Mountain Power bill
If you need assistance with the application process, please call 801-521-6107 or 1-844-214-3090.
The Home Energy Assistance Target (HEAT) Program helps families in Salt Lake and Tooele Counties manage their utility costs during the winter. HEAT is a federal program administered by the State of Utah and offers assistance to residents from Nov. 1 to March 31 unless funds run out early.
For information on year-round energy crisis assistance, call 801-521-6107.