Learn more about how low-income families and individuals may find assistance in paying household energy costs or dealing with a 24- to 48-hour utility disconnect or service termination notices.
Learn more about Paying My Energy Bills
Learn about energy efficiency and weatherization services available for qualifying low-income families and individuals to help residents save energy and lower their utility bills.
Learn more about Home Energy Efficiency
Locate services that address needs of qualifying low-income families and individuals, including employment, education, income management, housing, nutrition, emergency services and/or health, among others.
Find out how to receive direct installation of energy efficiency measures and solar PV systems for qualifying low-income farmworker households under the Low-Income Weatherization Program's Farmworker Housing Component.
Learn more about the Farmworker Housing Component
Learn about the California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC) and the federal EITC - cash back tax credits for working individuals and families.
Learn more about CalEITC