WOAP offers assistance – Delphos Herald

LIMA — The West Ohio Community Action Partnership has announced upcoming projects.

Head Start/Head Start

The second round of West Ohio CAP Head Start opened Monday.

West Ohio CAP Head Start/Early Head Start and Child Care Partnerships are accepting applications and enrolling children for the 2022-23 program year. Applications are available at the WOCAP office located at 540 S. Central Ave or you can fill out an application online at www.wocap.org.

Enrollment guidelines have changed so if you currently receive SNAP benefits you are eligible for our program. If you have any questions, you can call the office at 419-227-2586 and ask for registration.

The Percentage of Income Payment Program (PIPP) processes applications throughout the year

West Ohio CAP is currently accepting registration and re-verification applications for the PIPP Plus Program. PIPP Plus helps you manage your energy bills by making monthly utility payments more flexible, allowing you to make monthly payments based on percentage of your household income.

Households that receive utility service from an electric company or natural gas company regulated by the Public Utility Commission of Ohio, with an income below 175% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines are eligible for this program. Homeowners and renters alike are eligible for this assistance.

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• Current electricity and gas rates regardless of account status.

• Health insurance numbers for all household members.

• Receipts for all household members 18+ for the past 30 days.

• Proof of citizenship for all household members (Birth Certificate, Social Security Card, Passport).

• Proof of disability (if applicable)

*Appointments can be made by calling 419-516-0063

Lower House Water Assistance Program

The Ohio Department of Development and the West Ohio Community Action Partnership continue to help low-income Ohioans with water and wastewater assistance. The Low Cost Home Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) is a federally sponsored program that provides Ohioans with affordable assistance to pay their water and wastewater bills. Eligible customers are those below 175% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines, who have been excluded or have an exclusion letter or need to establish new service or pay for a change in service.

A household of one can make $22,540 a year; a two-bedroom home can fetch $30,485 a year; a family of three can earn $38,430 a year; a family of four can earn $46,375 a year; a family of five can earn $54,320 a year; a family of six can earn $62,265 a year; a family of seven can earn $70,210 a year; and a family of eight can earn $78,155 a year.

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To apply for the program, customers can go to the nearest West Ohio CAP office to fill out an application or visit www.wocap.org

Document requirements:

• Copies of water/wastewater bills/eviction notices.

• Receipts for all household members 18+ for the past 30 days.

• Proof of citizenship for all family members (Birth Certificate, Health Care Card, Passport)

• Proof of disability (if applicable)

Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Ohioans under 175% of federal poverty guidelines help pay their heating bills. Ohioans who have been threatened with termination, have been cut off from their essential services, changed services, established new services, received a default PIPP with a letter of separation of less than 25% fuel, can eligible for the HEAP Winter Crisis Program, which has begun. in Nov. 1 until March 31, 2023.

Eligible households can receive up to $175 if they are a consumer of a regulated appliance, or $750 if they are a consumer of non-essential goods such as electronics and appliances. internal. Assistance is used toward utility bill and/or heating system repair costs. Must have income below or 175% of federal poverty guidelines.

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Ohioans can visit energyhelp.ohio.gov to apply online, download a copy of the application, or find contact information for a local energy assistance provider. Individuals must obtain copies of the following documents to include with their application:

• Latest utility bills

• A list of household members (including birth dates and Social Security numbers)

• Proof of income for the last 30 days for all household members (12 months for some types of income)

• Proof of US citizenship or legal residency for all household members

• Proof of disability (if applicable)

***Note: For the WCP the utility companies allow one limit per distribution message and cannot be extended. Benefits may expire at a later date.***

HEAP benefits are applied to a person’s energy bill after Jan. A list of providers can be found at energyhelp.ohio.gov.

Applications for the HEAP Winter Crisis program must be received by March 31, 2023. The deadline to apply for the regular HEAP benefit is May 31, 2023. For more information about the programs, visit energyhelp.ohio.gov or call your local Energy Helper. Helper.

Call 419-516-0063 to schedule an appointment for Allen, Auglaize, and Mercer counties or call 419-227-2586 for more information.


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