Kansas City Power and Light heating bill help
Dollar Aide - This heating assistance program is administered by the United Way of Greater St. Joseph as well as the Mid-America Assistance Coalition. The program has been in effect for over 24 years, and during this time tens of thousands of families and individuals have received help. The Kansas City Power and Light Dollar-Aide assistance program provides financial help with paying heating, cooling and water bills during financially pressing times, such as a job loss or medical emergency to help customers avoid loss of their utility and heating service. And the need for help with bills is even greater this year.
Economic Relief Program - This is an assistance program that allows a credit on a customers bill of up to $50 per month. The credit can be used for a maximum of twelve consecutive months, and it is offered to help qualified customers who are in need of financial assistance to pay their heating bills.
A heating bill program known as the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program can help Kansas City Power and Light pay their wintertime heating bills, and help ensure they do not face a disconnection of their heating service.
Cold weather program - This program helps customers with delinquent accounts and who owe money on their heating bill. The program will also help customers avoid loss of their heating service during the coldest months of the year. Interested customers will need to enter into a repayment plan and agree to pay their heating bills for an extended period of time, such as 12 months, but the program will help people get back on track.
Weatherization - This program will help people conserve energy and reduce their heating bills.
Call Kansas City Light and Power at (816) 471-5275 to find how to get help with heating bills, or learn more about these services.