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Help Paying Utility Bills in Omaha, Nebraska

Welcome to our Omaha utility assistance page. We provide listings for low income families who need help paying their electric bills. provides 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 Omaha, Nebraska.

If you have trouble paying your home energy bill, there are government and non-profit programs that can help. Federal programs like the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) assists low income households in meeting their immediate home energy needs. Additionally, many state programs provide residents with heating and electrical bills. Some programs provide budget billing so that monthly bills don't exceed a certain amount while other programs provide assistance with usage reduction.

Top Utility Assistance Programs

Douglas County General Assistance

Primary Health Care Network 4102 Woolworth Avenue Eligibility is based
Omaha, NE - 68105
(402) 444-6215;

Heartland Family Service - North Omaha Office

6720 North 30th Street (402) 553-3000 - Central IntakePRESCRIPT
Omaha, NE - 68112
(402) 457-7760;

Metropolitan Utilities District

1723 Harney Street (402) 504-7002 - Past due bill questionsBURI
Omaha, NE - 68102
(402) 554-6666;

Omaha Public Power District - OPPD - Downtown

444 South 16th Street Mall HELP DESK for pledges 514-1140
Omaha, NE - 68102-2247
(402) 636-2000;

Society of St Vincent De Paul

4320 Fort Street FOOD PANTRY (listed separately)
Omaha, NE - 68102