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PERCENTAGE OF INCOME PAYMENT PLAN PLUS (PIPP PLUS)

Under PIPP Plus, eligible customers pay six percent of their monthly income or $10 a month, whichever is greater, to both electric and gas utilities. Customers in all-electric homes pay 10 percent or $10, whichever is greater. These payments remain the same for 12 months when the customer's income is reverified.

To be eligible for PIPP Plus, customers must have a household income at or below 150 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. For a family of four, that equals an annual income of $35,775.

HEAP Summer Crisis Program

The Summer Crisis Program, which provides electric bill payment assistance to eligible families, will begin Tuesday, July 1 and continue through Sunday, Aug. 31, or until funds are depleted. Community Action Partnership will provide assistance to households with incomes up to 175 percent of the 2014 Federal Poverty Guidelines. Yearly household income for a family of four may not exceed $41,737.50. The maximum benefit amount has increased this year from $175 to $350.

Summer Crisis funds may be used for customers enrolling in PIPP Plus for the first time, or for those customers in PIPP Plus default status. These customers, ages 18-59 are eligible for payment assistance and/or an air conditioner if the household has not received an air conditioner in the last three years.

They must also have a documented medical condition to qualify for assistance. The medical condition must be verified by a licensed physician or registered nurse practitioner’s document which states, “Due to an illness, this client would benefit from continued electric service and/or air conditioning.”

Households meeting the income guidelines may also qualify for assistance if they have a member age 60 or older. No medical documentation is required.

Those wishing to apply for the Summer Crisis program will need to provide:

  • Income for the primary applicant and all household members age 18 or older;
  • Social Security cards for the primary applicant and all household members;
  • Proof of a chronic medical condition with documentation signed by a licensed physician or registered practitioner (if applicable);
  • Current electric and gas bills;
  • Disconnection notice (if applicable).

To make an appointment, Greene County residents may call 1-866-504-7379. For more information, call (937) 376-7747.

Fact Sheet

Income Guidelines

HEAP Winter Crisis Program

The Community Action Partnership of the Greater Dayton Area will again provide emergency energy payment assistance this winter for eligible households. The Winter Crisis Program begins Friday, Nov. 1, 2013 and continues through Tuesday, April 15, 2014, or until funds are depleted.

Under the Winter Crisis Program, eligible households may receive a one-time payment of up to $175 for a utility emergency and $750 for bulk fuel. The Winter Crisis funds can pay a customer’s initial payment for the Percentage of Income Payment Plan (PIPP Plus), a PIPP Plus default, a reconnection fee or a deposit. Users of bulk fuel, propane or bottled gas or solid fuels may also be eligible for assistance. A customer may receive a delivery of fuel if their tank contains 25 percent or less of its capacity.

Income eligibility for the Winter Crisis Program is 175 percent of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. For a family of four, household income cannot exceed $41,212.50 a year. They must be on PIPP Plus or sign up for PIPP Plus or another payment plan.

Greene County customers may call 1-866-504-7379 to make an appointment. However, several attempts may be required to make an appointment due to the high volume of calls. A limited number of walk-in customers will be seen beginning at 9 a.m. each day.

Customers may be seen at 1855 Bellbrook Rd. in Xenia. Customers must bring all of the following items to their appointment:

  • Social Security cards for all household members;
  • Picture ID for the person whose name the account is in;
  • Current utility bill/disconnect notice/account number;
  • Proof of income received by all household members age 18 or older for the last 13 weeks, including child support, weekly or bi-weekly pay stubs; Social Security, pension, Workers’ Compensation  or unemployment benefits.
  • Tenant eligibility and rent procedures for those living in HUD housing;
  • Financial aid break down and tuition and fee bills for students;
  • Landlord’s name and telephone number for renters.
  • Any income from odd jobs. If laid off, documentation from the previous employer is required.

If a household is claiming no income for the past three months, then documentation must be provided to show how the household has been supported for the last three months. Anyone providing support for a household must provide a notarized statement of support that specifies the type of support provided, dollar amounts, and the time period of support.

Customers who falsify their account status will not be seen.

Failure to bring in the required documentation will prevent your application from being processed.

View the Customer Documentation Checklist

Community Action Partnership Greene County
1855 Bellbrook Road
Xenia, OH 45385
(937) 376-7747
(937) 427-3377

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