Tri-Cap receives CARES Act fundingJune 18, 2020
From Local Sources
JASPER — Tri-Cap received $186,000 in Energy Assistance Program funds through the CARES Act.
If you’re a resident of Dubois, Pike or Warrick Counties who lost your job, or saw decreased hours because of COVID-19, you might be eligible for a one-time benefit of up to $350 for utility bills.
On average, that benefit will cover about two months of service.
Those who either previously received an EAP benefit this past winter, and those who have not yet applied, could be eligible.
Applications are available on the Tri-Cap website at https://www.tri-cap.net/services/housing/energy-assistance/ or by calling 812-482-2233.
Applications will be accepted through July 31.
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