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Community Advocates Milwaukee Wisconsin

IMPORTANT CHANGES
2015-2016 ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Early Applications (August 24 - September 30, 2015)

  • The Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services will begin accepting early applications for the 2015-16 season starting August 24.
  • Early applications are available for the elderly and disabled customers that receive a fixed income (SSI, SSDI, Pension, & Veteran’s Benefits)
  • We encourage you to schedule an appointment to complete your application. You can schedule your appointment by phone at 414.270.4.MKE (414.270.4653) or online, www.ca-apps.org/MilwaukeeHeat.

Application locations are as follows:
• Northside: 4906 W. Fond du Lac Avenue (Fond du Lac and Capitol) NEW
• Downtown: 728 N. James Lovell Street (7th and Wisconsin)
• Southside: 2701 S. Chase Avenue (between Lincoln and Oklahoma) NEW
• All locations are open 8am - 5pm, Monday thru Friday beginning August 24 through September 30

Regular Applications (October 1, 2015 - May 15, 2016)

  • If eligible (see program flyer below), you can apply between October 1, 2015 - May 15, 2016.
  • To apply:

                 *By phone, call 414.270.4.MKE (414.270.4653)

                 *Online, schedule an appointment at ca-apps.org/MilwaukeeHeat

                 *In person: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

              North: 4906 W. Fond du Lac Avenue (Fond du Lac and Capitol) NEW

              Downtown: 728 N. James Lovell Street (7th and Wisconsin)

              South: 2701 S. Chase Avenue (between Lincoln and Oklahoma) NEW

If you are experiencing an after-hour emergency:

Please contact IMPACT by calling 211.

If you have a current disconnection notice:

Please contact 414-270-4-MKE (270-4653).

Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program informational flyer:
English
Spanish
Hmong

Flyer with more information on required documentation and the energy assistance process:

English

Spanish

Hmong

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Q:   Will you be able to help me?

Q:   Can I apply for Energy Assistance at Community Advocates?

Q:   When coming for my appointment, what information do I need to bring?

Q:   When I arrive for my appointment, who should I ask to see?

Q:   Will I have to wait a long time for my appointment?

 

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