If history repeats itself, Coloradans will see lots of snow this month, which means home heating will continue to be crucial. The Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) offers help to those who are having trouble affording their home heating bills.
LEAP is a program of the Colorado Department of Human Services that helps eligible Coloradans from November through April with cash assistance for their…Continue
The Low-income Energy Assistance Program’s (LEAP) primary mission of helping Coloradans pay winter home heating costs is complemented by two crucial programs: the Crisis Intervention Program (CIP) and the Weatherization Assistance Program.
LEAP is a program of the Colorado Department of Human Services that helps eligible Coloradans from November through April with cash assistance for their home heating bills. As of Feb. 3, LEAP had approved more than 58,000 households, and the…Continue
Home heating is a saving grace this time of year. But for as much comfort as it provides, it also exposes us to certain safety hazards.
According to the American Red Cross, home heating is one of the leading causes of house fires in the U.S. With the cold and snow we’ve already experienced this winter, we at LEAP want to make sure you keep warm safely during the coming months. LEAP, the Colorado Department of Human Services’ Low-income Energy Assistance Program, provides cash…Continue
The holidays can be tough on a family’s budget. Gifts and festivities cost a lot, and higher monthly heating bills pile on.
This winter Colorado’s Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) wants to encourage all of the state’s residents to make small changes in energy-usage habits so they can save on their home heating costs.
The LEAP is a 100-percent federally funded program administered by the…Continue