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Weatherization Programs Income Guidelines
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To be eligible for the weatherization assistance program, a household's income must be at or below 200% of Federal Poverty Level (see table below). These income levels are based on household income and household size.

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 (Federal Fiscal Year 2014)
200% of Federal Poverty Level by Household Size
For use in Federal Fiscal Year 2014
Poverty Income Guidelines by Family Size - Source USDOE

Household Unit Size
Annual Income

Monthly Income

1 $23,340 $1,950.00
2 $31,460 $2,621.67
3 $39,580 $3,298.33
4 $47,700 $3,975.00
5 $55,820 $4,651.67
6 $63,940 $5,328.33
7 $72,060 $6,005.00
8 $80,180 $6,681.67
9 $88,300 $7,358.33
10 $96,420 $8,035.00
11 $104,540 $8,711.67
12 $112,660 $9,388.33
each additional member $8,120 $676.67


 

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

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