Energy assistance available for low-income residents

Low-income residents can apply for a home energy assistance program in June.

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Low-income residents can apply for a home energy assistance program in June.

The federal program is administered by the state Department of Human Services.

Applicants must provide a recent electric or gas bill, proof of income for household members, proof of address, U.S. citizenship verification (which includes U.S. birth certificates), Social Security verification and proof of residency if a non-citizen.

Call 961-2681, extension 303, for more information.

Applications are accepted at:

• Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council Hilo office, 47 Rainbow Drive.

• Pahoa Community Center, 15-2910 Kuuhome St.

• HCEOC Naalehu office, behind Naalehu community center.

• Ocean View Community Center, 92-8924 Leilani Circle.

• Edmund Olson Trust office in Pahala, 96-3258 Maile St.

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• HCEOC Kona office, 76-6804 Mamalahoa Highway.

• HCEOC Honokaa office, 45 Mamane St.

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