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Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
(LIHEAP)is a Federally funded program that provides financial assistance to approximately 182,000 Oklahoma low-income households each year to help them meeting the cost of home energy.
All LIHEAP assistances are subject to available funding by the Federal government.
The LIHEAP can help you and your family in two ways. …Read More
Eligibility requirements for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) are based on income, household size, available resources and responsibility for payment of home energy cost. ...Read More
You can apply online at
www.okdhslive.org. …Read More
Learn of other resources that may be of assistance.. …Read More
Who Do I Contact with Questions?
Phone: (405) 521-3444 or
Toll Free: 1-866-411-1877
PO Box 25352
Oklahoma City, OK 73125
LIHEAP Broadcast Message
Oklahoma Human Services (OKDHS) will begin taking applications on Tuesday, Dec.22, 2020 for Winter Heating online at www.okdhslive.org. If you are in need of assistance with your main heating utility bill, you are encouraged to apply online www.okdhslive.org.
Many households receiving public assistance through OKDHS have been preauthorized for winter heating assistance and will not need to apply. Preauthorized households have already been notified of their eligibility by letter. Other households that did not meet the preauthorized selection, and are receiving OKDHS assistance, were sent a notice in the mail informing them of the Winter Heating open enrollment period. Please be advised that Winter Heating assistance is not an emergency program and payment might take up to a full billing cycle for utility provider to reflect the LIHEAP credit on your utility bill. LIHEAP Payments:Payments made on behalf of eligible households, must be applied to the primary source of heating. Authorized payments may not be applied toward water, sewer, trash, cable or other services. Vendors Winter Cut-off:Due to the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, some utility vendors have delayed cut-offs. If the temperature rises above 32 degrees during day time hours and/or 20 degrees or above during night time hours in winter months and the utility is in a cutoff status the vendor can cut-off the utility..