What is the income limit for HEAP in NY?

2021-2022 HEAP Monthly Income Limits

Household Size Maximum Gross Monthly Income
1 $2,729
2 $3,569
3 $4,409
4 $5,249

What is HWAP?

The Home Weatherization Assistance Program, commonly referred to as HWAP, is a U.S. Department of Energy-funded program. It is not an emergency response program. It is a program designed to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy consumption of Stark County’s low-income households.

How do I get grants for home repairs?

Grants are available depending on your income level and work to be done. To get started, contact: Your local or county government housing office. Your state Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

What is considered low income in upstate NY?

A salary of $58,450 or less annually is now considered low income in the New York Metro Area.

What are the HEAP income guidelines?

Income Eligibility Guidelines Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)

Poverty Level Household Size
1 6
1 MONTH $2,433 $6,175
3 MONTHS $7,298 $18,525
12 MONTHS $29,191 $74,100

What does the NYS Weatherization Assistance Program do?

The NYS Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) is the largest residential energy conservation program in the country. NYS WAP assists income-eligible homeowners and renters in our state by reducing heating and cooling costs through energy-conservation measures, while also addressing health and safety issues in their homes.

What makes a household eligible for weatherization services?

If a household contains a member who receives Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Public Assistance, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) benefits, the household is considered automatically eligible for weatherization services. Services include, but are not limited to:

Who is eligible for the NYS WAP program?

Homeowners, affordable housing developers, property managers, and other housing and community development agencies are encouraged to contact their local NYS WAP provider for more information. Notice of Funding Availability & Request for Proposals: Weatherization Preservation Plus (P+) Initiative

How to contact the HCR Weatherization Assistance Program?

General questions about HCR’s Weatherization Assistance Program should be directed to: (518) 474-5700.