Low-Income Energy Assistance Program

Site: Northridge Community Church of the Salvation Army

Record Details
Alternate Name L.E.A.P. ; LEAP
E-Mail mail@northridgesa.com
Website www.ontarioenergyboard.ca/OEB/Consumers/Consumer+Protection/Help+for+Low-Income+Energy+Consumers
Primary Contact Phone: 905-895-6276; Email: mail@northridgesa.com
Funding Provincial - Ontario Energy Board (OEB) ; United Way ; Private
Description (Service) Low-Income Energy Assistance Program * Offered through Northridge Community Church for the Salvation Army * low-income customers can get up to $500 in emergency assistance for their electricity bills ($600 if the home is heated electrically) and $500 for gas bills
Hours Office Mon-Fri 9 am-3:30 pm
Areas Served Aurora ; East Gwillimbury ; Newmarket
Eligibility Ages: 18 year(s) and up 
assessed by program coordinator at Northridge Community Church for Salvation Army * behind on bill and have cut-off notice * for emergency situations only and not meant to provide ongoing help * Central York Region area residents only * contact Ontario Energy Board for support in other areas
Application Initial assessment done by United Way * upon receipt of paperwork from United Way, Salvation Army will call with personal appointment. Exception: - Newmarket Hydro customer - please call directly to Northridge Community Church 905-895-6119 - Jane Haslam
Languages English
Fees None
Site Location Northridge Community Church of the Salvation Army - Aurora
Located In Community York Region
Address & Map
Northridge Community Church of the Salvation Army
15338 Leslie St
Aurora, ON L4G 7C4
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Intersection Leslie St and Wellington Rd
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Service Categories Utility Assistance


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