Energy Assistance Programs


Monroe, North Carolina

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Welcome to our Monroe listing page. We provide listings for low income families who need help paying their electric bills.
EnergyAssistance.us lists programs sponsored by local governments as well as non-profit organizations designed to assist low-income individuals and families with utility bills.
There are federal funds destined to subsidize electric and heating bills in Monroe, North Carolina.

Community Service Block Grant Program - Union Cty. Comm. Action,

Community Service Block Grant Program - Union Cty. Comm. Action,

150 Winchester Ave.
Monroe, NC - 28110
(704) 283-1114

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PURPOSE: To assist low income persons to rise above the poverty level by providing case management services with housing and employment.

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Crisis Assistance Ministry of Union County

Crisis Assistance Ministry of Union County

1333 W. Roosevelt Blvd.
Monroe, NC - 28110
(704) 225-0440

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PURPOSE: To assist families and individuals in crisis who fail to qualify for help from other sources.

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Low Income Energy Assistance Prog. (LIEAP) - DSS [Union]

Low Income Energy Assistance Prog. (LIEAP) - DSS [Union]

2330 Concord Avenue
Monroe, NC - 28112
(704) 296-4300

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SERVICES: Provides for a one-time cash payment to help eligible families pay their heating bills.

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Operation Reach-Out

Operation Reach-Out

1308 Miller St.
Monroe, NC - 28110
(704) 289-4237

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Mission: to help with the crisis needs of those who enter our facility. We assist with energy bills,  medicine, gasoline, etc. and a variety of other needs. This is where we need monetary donations.

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Emergency Assistance Program - DSS [Union]

Emergency Assistance Program - DSS [Union]

1212 W. Roosevelt Blvd.
Monroe, NC - 28112
(704) 296-4300

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SERVICE: Short-term assistance to families with children under 21 years in crisis. Assistance issued for: shelter; transportation; home repairs; replacement or repair of necessary appliances and furniture; in-kind goods such as clothing, blankets, food, and outpatient medical expenses such as prescr

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