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Energy Assistance Programs Income Guidelines
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To be eligible for energy assistance programs, a household's income must be at or below 60 percent of Oregon´s median income (see table below). These income levels are based on household income and household size. A household must also have documented energy costs. Both homeowner and renter households are eligible.

How To Apply: OHCS uses a system of sub grantee agencies to determine applicant eligibility and delivery of services. You apply for assistance with community action agency nearest you.

 
 

Income Guidelines for Oregon (Program Year 2015)
(Effective October 1, 2014)​

60% of State Median income by Household Size
for use in Federal Fiscal Year 2015
Estimated State Median by Household Size - Source HHS

Size of
Family Unit
Annual Income
60% of Median
Monthly Income
60% of Median
1 $21,506 $1,792.14
2 $28,123 $2,343.56
3 $34,740 $2,894.99 
4 $41,357 $3,446.42
5 $47,974 $3,997.84
6 $54,591 $4,549.27
7 $55,832 $4,652.66
8 $57,073 $4,756.06
9 $58,313 $4,859.45
10 $59,554 $4,962.84
11 $60,795 $5,066.23
12 $62,036 $5,169.63
each additional member $1,241 $103.42


 

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Program Details
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Low Income Home Energy Assistance Programs (LIHEAP)    
Oregon Energy Assistance Programs (OEA)    
Low Income Weatherization Assistance (WAP)    
Weatherization Training and Technical Assistance (Wx T & ​TA)    

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