Summer Crisis Cooling (SCP)
Between July and August each year, CAC operates the Summer Crisis Cooling Program, or Summer HEAP. Regulations for this program may vary slightly from year to year. Under this program, any individual over 60 or with a respiratory condition may receive a one-time payment on their electric bill, and may be eligible for a new window air conditioner and/or fans. All applicants must also meet income guidelines. Contact CAC for more information at 330-297-1456 or via email at email@example.com .
This season's Summer Crisis Program has been expanded to assist the community in managing the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. SCP will be available July 1st through September 30th.
This year's benefits include electric bill payments, window a/c units, fans, and a/c repair for central air. Each household's benefit can be up to $500.00, and they will be eligible for a combination of these benefits based on household needs and eligibility.
Customers may begin making appointments on Wednesday, June 24th by calling 1-234-703-4303 toll free or online at https://app.capappointments.com.
Scheduled appointments will be conducted via telephone interview. An intake specialist will call the customer at the date and time of their appointment to start an application and will discuss the documents that are required and how to turn the documents to CAC.
OPEN CALL INS
If you are unable to get an appointment, you may call in Monday through Thursday mornings starting at 8:00am until all call in appointments are full.
An Intake Specialist will call clients at the date and time of their appointment, to start an application, and discuss the documents that are required, and how to get the documents turned in. For more information on the program, to obtain a medical eligibility form, or to obtain information on other agency programs and services, please access
the agency’s website at www.cacportage.net.
In order to be eligible for HEAP, a household income must be at or below 175% of the federal poverty guidelines for the program. The guidelines are listed below:
To be eligible, the household has to be at or below 175% of the federal poverty guidelines, AND meet one of the following criteria: