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New Jersey Energy Assistance Programs

  • Temporary Relief for Utility Expenses (TRUE) Grant

    • TRUE helps moderate-income households who are behind in their PSE&G bills, providing a one-time grant of up to $1500 ($750 gas and $750 electric.)
    • Eligibility:
      • A two person household must have an annual income between $29,000 and $69,853. A four person household must have an annual income between $44,112 and $103,034.
      • Be 45 days past due on your PSE&G bill or have received a shut off notice.
      • Demonstrate that four payments of at least $25 each have been made in the last 6 months.
      • Not have received LIHEAP or USF benefits in the last year.

    For additional information or to obtain an application, call toll free 1-855-465-8783, go to a local PSE&G Customer Service Center, or visit Temporary Relief for Utility Expenses (TRUE).

  • Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

    • LIHEAP is designed to help low-income families and individuals meet home heating and medically necessary cooling costs.
    • Subsidies are determined by income, household size, fuel type, and heating region.
    • Eligibility:
      • Eligible households must have a gross income below 175% of the federal poverty level.
      • Eligible households must also be responsible for their own heating and cooling costs directly to the supplier or costs included in rent.
    • Applications being accepted from November 1st to March 31st.
    • To apply, contact the authorized local community action agency or community based organization in your area listed below or at Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).

    For further information, call 1-800-510-3102 or visit New Jersey Energy Assistance.


  • Universal Service Fund (USF)

    • USF helps eligible low-income households pay for electric and natural gas service. The goal of the program is to ensure that eligible utility customers only have to pay an affordable portion of their household income for energy costs.
    • Eligibility:
      • Eligible household incomes must be less than or equal to 175% of the Federal Poverty Level.
      • Eligible households must spend at least 3% of their income for electric service or at least 3% of their income on natural gas service. If the household has electric heat, the household must spend more than 6% of their income on electricity.
      • You must reside at the address provided on your utility account. USF benefits will only be offered to the person/head of household listed on the account.
      • Food stamp recipients are automatically eligible.
    • If eligible, households will receive a credit on their utility bill each month to help reduce the cost of the bill. The amount of the credit will be determined for each individual depending on annual household income, other Energy Assistance Benefits, and the annual energy burden based on past utility bills.
    • The maximum total annual USF benefit for any given household is $1800.
    • When LIHEAP applications are being accepted, you can apply for both LIHEAP and USF with the same application. You may apply for USF any time during the year.
    • You will need to reapply for USF benefits every year. You will receive notice to remind you when you need to reapply.
    • If you move during the year, you are still eligible to receive benefits. You must let your new utility company know that you are a USF recipient so that they can review and activate your account.
    • If you have moved and you have no utility history to base your benefit on, USF is to use the statewide average in its calculations.
    • This program is also available to undocumented citizens as long as there is 1 person in the household who is eligible.
    • To apply, contact the authorized local community action agency or community based organization in your area listed below or at Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).

      USF’s Fresh Start Program

    • If you have a utility balance of $60 or more when you enter the USF program, you may be eligible for additional benefits through the Fresh Start Program.
    • If you pay your bill on time every month for the first 12 months that you are enrolled in USF, your overdue balance will be forgiven.
    • If you are eligible for this program, you will be automatically enrolled with your LIHEAP/USF application.
    • This benefit can only be used once and is only for new USF recipients.

    For more information about USF and the Fresh Start Program, call 1-866-240-1347 or visit New Jersey Energy Assistance.


  • New Jersey Lifeline (NJLL)

    • NJLL is a utility assistance program that provides $225 credit toward natural gas and electric bills ($112.50 per service)
    • One credit is given per eligible household, per year.
    • Applications are accepted year round.
    • Eligibility:
      • Senior Citizens at least 65 years old or disabled adults at least 18 years old who receive Social Security Disability benefits
      • PADD recipients automatically eligible
      • Single- no more than $21,850 annual income
      • Married- no more than $26,791 annual income

    For more information and applications, call 1-800-792-9745 or visit any of the PSE&G Customer Service Centers, listed below, to pick up an application. Applications can also be downloaded.


  • New Jersey Statewide Heating Assistance and Referral for Energy Services (NJ SHARES)

    • NJ Shares is a non-profit organization who assists people who have fallen behind in their natural gas and electric utility bills due to a temporary financial crisis.
    • Eligibility:
      • No income guidelines to qualify.
      • Must demonstrate a temporary financial need.
      • Must have made a good faith payment of at least $100 to service providers within 90 days prior to application.
      • NJ Shares provides relief to those who are not already receiving TANF, GA, LIHEAP, or USF.
    • Maximum grant of $250 for natural gas and $250 for electric. If you have electric heat, then a maximum of $500 may be granted.
    • Applications can be found at local agencies listed below or at Where to Apply (from NJ Shares).
    • When applying, you will need identification, your utility bill, and proof of income.
    • Emergency cases can be handled within 48 hours of notifying the NJ Shares office. Most cases are approved or denied within 7-10 business days of application. When approved, grants applied directly to bill within 15-20 days of application.

    For more information, please call 1-866-657-4273 or visit NJ SHARES.


  • PSE&G Equal Payment Plan (EPP)

    • EPP lets you pay the same amount each month for your gas and electric bills.
    • Pay a fixed amount each month.

    For more information, call 1-888-275-PSEG (7734) or visit Equal Payment Plan.


  • New Jersey Comfort Partners

    • Statewide low-income energy conservation program sponsored by utility companies in conjunction with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities.
    • This Program is designed to improve energy affordability for income eligible households. This objective is accomplished through the direct installation of energy efficiency measures, personalized customer energy education and counseling, free of charge.
    • Participating customers may also qualify for an account balance reduction.
    • Participants are asked to partner with the program to develop and carry out a household energy savings Action Plan.
    • Direct installation of cost-effective energy efficiency measures in the home (determined on a home-specific basis) which can include: efficient lighting products; hot water conservation measures (water heater insulation, water heater pipe insulation and energy-saving showerheads and aerators); replacement of inefficient refrigerators; thermostats; insulation upgrades (attic, wall, etc.); blower-door guided air sealing; duct sealing and repair; heating/cooling equipment maintenance and other home-specific measures
    • The free service also includes comprehensive, personalized energy education and counseling; and account balance reduction for qualified participants who agree to payment plans.
    • Eligibility:
      • Total Household Income my be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level
      • Participants of TANF, LIHEAP, USF, Lifeline, Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PAAD), or Federal Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
      • Customer of record with a separately metered electric or gas account.
      • Live in a building with 1-4 units. (Larger buildings may be included at the discretion of the local utility.)
    • Participation is prioritized by energy use with the highest energy users being served first.
    • Renters must first get signed, written permission from landlord for participation.

For more information or to apply, call 1-888-773-8326 or visit New Jersey Comfort Partners.


  • Weatherization Assistance Program and Home Energy Assistance Programs

    • Weatherization helps to ensure that you home holds heat or air conditioning in, while keeping cold or hot air out.
    • Similar to NJ Comfort Partners, the Department of Community Affairs has sought to provide a program to assist those who need help managing their utilities’ effectiveness and the high cost of energy bills.
    • The program works with community-based agencies to assist the elderly, disabled, and people with low-incomes in weatherizing their homes to improve their heating system efficiency, conserve energy, and decrease bills.
    • Eligibility:
      • Total household income must be at or below 175% of the Federal Poverty Level.
      • You must rent or own your home.
      • Not have received this weatherization service within the last 10 years.
    • Available weatherization services include:
      • Insulation
      • Caulking and Weather stripping
      • Compact Fluorescent Lighting
      • Refrigerator Replacement
      • Heating System Repair, Retrofit, or Replacement
      • Hot Water Heater Repair or Replacement
      • Window and/or Door Repair or Replacement
    • Larger buildings do qualify for this program, unlike NJ Comfort Partners, if 66% of the residents meet the eligibility requirements. Although, individual units may still participate if eligible.

    For more information call 1-800-510-3102 or 609-292-6140. Further information and applications are available at local county agencies, listed below and at Weatherization Application Outreach Centers.


  • Winter Termination Program

    • The Winter Termination Program was adopted by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and protects certain residential customers from shut-offs during the winter months, usually in effect from November 15 to March 15.
    • Eligibility:
      • Recipients of NJ Lifeline, PAAD, LIHEAP, TANF/GA, SSI, NJ SHARES, or USF
      • Or if you are unable to pay you utilities bill because of circumstances beyond your control.
    • To take advantage of this program:
      • Contact your utility provider(s)
      • Make a “good faith” payment
      • Ask about an affordable payment plan and/or other energy assistance programs
    • To avoid shut-off after the Winter Termination Protection ends:
      • Continue to make “good faith” payments
      • Apply for other energy assistance programs
      • Ask about affordable payment plans
    • Shut-offs can still occur in the winter months. Shut-offs only occur before 12:00 noon and when temperature is above freezing.
    • Utilities will not shut-off if necessary medical equipment is in the home. You must notify utility company.

    For more information, call 1-800-357-2262 or 1-800-624-0241 or visit New Jersey Energy Assistance Programs.


  • Conservation
     
    • Tips on how you can protect yourself and manage your own energy costs can be found at New Jersey's Clean Energy Program.
    • Here are some examples on how to conserve energy:
      • If you have storm windows, make sure they are down and in place to seal off drafts.
      • Repair and insulate ductwork in unconditioned spaces.
      • Insulate your attic.
      • Select energy-efficient equipment when you buy new heating equipment.
      • Look for the Energy Star and Energy Guide Labels when shopping for appliances.
      • Replace incandescent lamps with compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs)
      • Keep draperies and shades on your south facing windows open during the day to allow sunlight in and keep them closed at night.
      • Caulk, seal, and weather-strip all seams, cracks, and openings to the outside.
      • Clean or replace filters on furnaces once a month.
      • Install and use a programmable thermostat.

    For more information call the toll-free Energy Conservation Line:
    1-800-854-4444 24 hours a day or visit New Jersey's Clean Energy Program.  

This information last reviewed 10/25/11.


New Jersey LIHEAP and USF Application Agencies


Atlantic County

Atlantic Human Resources Atlantic City - MLK Center Kelly Anderson
609-343-7380 Ext. 4646
Atlantic City - New York Ave. Marvin Laws
609-348-3901
Pleasantville Henry Yarborough
609-641-5111 Ext. 22 or 23

Bergen County

Bergen County CAP Hackensack Cecelia Aiken
201-968-0200 Ext. 7049
Claudia Vasquez
201-968-0200 Ext. 7036

Burlington County

Burlington County CAP Willingboro Ann Francemore
609-835-4329 or
609-835-2464

Camden County

Camden County Council on Economic Opportunity Camden Betty Harden
856-964-6887
Pennsauken Kathy Chaparro
856-910-1180
West Berlin 856-767-3320

Cape May County

Cape Human Resources Wildwood Curtis Miller or
Felicia Smith
609-522-0231

Cumberland County

Tri-County CAP Bridgeton Miriam Garcia
856-451-2966 Ext. 290

Essex County

First Hopewell Multi-Purpose Community Center Newark - Orange St. Ray Williams
973-497-9506
La Casa de Don Pedro Newark - Roseville Ave. Percy MacMaster or
Luz Acosta
973-485-0701 Ext. 114 or
973-485-0795,0796
Montclair N.D.C. Montclair (Application pick-up only) 973-744-9094
Nutley Family Service Bureau Nutley (Application pick-up only) 973-667-1884

Gloucester County

Tri-County CAP Paulsboro Cindy Lebron or
Lynette Bagby
856-423-0040

Hudson County

Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation Bayonne (Bayonne residents only) Bar Bini or
Susan Tierney
201-437-7222
HOPES Hoboken (Application pick-up only) 201-656-3711 Ext. 9
North Hudson Community Action West New York (Application pick-up only) 201-866-2255
Puertorriquenos Asociados for Community Organization (PACO) Jersey City Sarina Vega
201-217-0581 or
201-217-0583
Union City 201-864-3774
Salvation Army, Kearny Corps Kearny (Application pick-up only) 201-991-1115

Hunterdon County

North West Community Action Program (NORWESCAP, Inc.) Flemington Tracy O’Connor
908-782-0612

Mercer County

County of Mercer
Mercer County Administration
Trenton Cathy Paoline
609-989-6739,
6959, 6065, or 6544

Middlesex County

Puerto Rican Action Board New Brunswick Viviana Perez
732-828-4541

Monmouth County

Check-Mate, Inc. Asbury Park Denise Martin
732-774-3100
Ext. 18 or 19

Morris County

Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs, Inc. Dover Rosa Soto or Sara Rivera
973-366-1131 or
973-366-4770 Ext. 4

Ocean County

Ocean, Inc. Toms River

Lori Sigrist
732-244-9041 Ext. 16


Passaic County

Passaic County Weatherization Wayne (Bloomingdale, Haskell, Hewitt, Pompton Lakes, Ringwood, Wanaque, and West Milford residents only) Carol Ryle or Kristen Palmer
973-305-5730
Paterson Task Force Paterson - Ellison St. Lana Stokes
973-279-2333
Paterson Task Force - South Side Center Paterson - Alabama Ave. 973-279-2333 Ext. 35
United Passaic Organization

Passaic (Passaic residents only)

Amanda Vasquez
973-472-2478

Salem County

Tri County CAP Salem Cindy Lebron or Kenneth Buckmon
856-935-0944

Somerset County

North West Community Action Program (NORWESCAP, Inc.) Bridgewater Tracy O’Connor
908-685-3033

Sussex County

North West Community Action Program (NORWESCAP, Inc.) Franklin Carroll Millar or
Rosemarie Werman
973-209-7549

Union County

PROCEED Elizabeth Joseph Diaz, Carmen Tapia, or Dee Perez
908-351-7727

Warren County

North West Community Action Program (NORWESCAP, Inc.) Phillipsburg Tracy O’Connor
908-454-7000 or
888-454-4778


NJ Shares Intake Agencies

Atlantic County

Atlantic Human Resources Inc Atlantic City 609-345-4131
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Camden Atlantic City 609-345-3448
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Family Service Association Egg Harbour Township 609-569-0376
Pleasantville 609-272-8800
Hammonton Family Community Center Hammonton 609-567-2900
Lean on Me Ministries Mays Landing 609-476-4100
Salvation Army Atlantic City 609-344-0660

Bergen County

Bergen County CAP Hackensack 201-968-0200
Center for Food Action Elmwood Park 201-703-9857
Englewood 201-569-1804 Ext. 22
Mahwah 201-934-5085
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
HOPES Community Development Center Teaneck 201-833-8588
Social Service Association of Ridgewood & vicinity Ridgewood (Ridgewood, Glen Rock, Wyckoff, Waldwick, HoHoKus, Midland Park residents only) 201-444-2980

Burlington County

Burlington County CAP Burlington 609-835-2464
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Trenton Delanco 856-764-6940
Christian Caring Center Browns Mills 609-893-0700
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
St. Vincent DePaul Society Marlton (St. Isaac’s) 856-797-7352
Medford 609-953-0021
Mount Holly 609-267-9600
Tabernacle 609-268-0005
Salvation Army Williamstown 856-728-9841

Camden County

Camden County Council on Economic Opportunity Camden - CUI: Broadway 856-964-6887
Camden - North Center: Erie St. 856-966-4453
Camden - UWC 856-365-8989
Collingswood 856-962-6911
West Berlin 856-767-3320
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Camden Camden - Mt. Ephraim Ave. 856-663-0148 or
856-964-2133
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324

Cape May County

Cape Human Resources Cape May 609-522-0231
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Camden Rio Grande 609-886-2662
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Puerto Rican Action Committee Salem/Cape May/Woodbine 609-861-5800

Cumberland County

CASA PRAC, Inc Vineland 856-962-2331
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Camden Vineland 856-691-1841
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Salvation Army Vineland 856-696-5050

Essex County

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
East Orange Division of Senior Services East Orange (East Orange seniors only) 973-266-8832
Essex County Division of Community Action East Orange 973-395-8358 or
8350
Essex County Parish Access Center East Orange 973-266-7991
Ironbound Senior Center Newark (Newark seniors only) 973-424-4098
Montclair Food Pantry, Inc. Montclair 973-746-4669
Newark Emergency Service for Families Newark 800-696-7063
Saint James AME Church - Social Service Corporation Newark 973-624-4007
Salvation Army Montclair 973-744-3312
Newark 973-623-5959
Township of Nutley Nutley 973-284-4977

Gloucester County

Catholic Charities - Diocese of Camden Westville 856-845-9200
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Salvation Army Williamstown 856-728-9840
Tri-County CAP Paulsboro 856-423-0400
Volunteers of America Thorofare 856-853-0350

Hudson County

Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation Bayonne 201-437-7222
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Hoboken Organization Against Poverty and Economic Stress (HOPES) Hoboken 201-656-3711 or
201-876-2935
North Hudson Community Action Corporation West New York 201-866-9320
Puertorriquenos Asociados for Community Organization (PACO) Jersey City 201-963-8282 or
201-217-0583
Salvation Army Jersey City 201-435-7355 Ext.13
Kearny 201-991-1115
The Urban League of Hudson County Jersey City 201-451-8888

Hunterdon County

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
North West Community Action Program (NORWESCAP) Flemington 888-454-4778

Mercer County

Bromley Neighborhood Civic Center Hamilton 609-587-8100
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Trenton Trenton 609-394-8847
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton Princeton 609-921-2135
Trenton 609-396-9355
Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Mercer County Princeton 609-987-8100
Lawrence Township Senior Center Cedarville 609-844-7048
St. Vincent DePaul Church Trenton 609-298-3594
United Progress, Inc Trenton 609-392-2161

Middlesex County

Cathedral Community Center Perth Amboy 732-826-8207
Catholic Charities - Diocese of Metuchen New Brunswick 732-745-9800
Perth Amboy 732-826-9160
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Middlesex County EOC North Brunswick 732-846-6600
Puerto Rican Action Board (PRAB) New Brunswick 732-828-4541 or
4555
Puerto Rican Association for Human Development Perth Amboy 732-442-1081
Rahway Community Action Organization Rahway (serving Union & Middlesex Counties) 732-382-9311

Monmouth County

Check-Mate Inc. Asbury Park

732-870-6685

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Freehold Area Open Door, Inc. Freehold 732-780-1089
Monmouth County Division of Social Services Atlantic Highlands 732-872-3200
Freehold 732-431-6118 or 6004
Neptune 732-502-5800
St. Vincent DePaul Society Asbury Park - St. Peter Claver Parish 732-988-5310
Bradley Beach - Ascension Church 732-774-4113 or
0456
Freehold - St. Rose of Lima 732-303-1793
Highlands - OLPH 732-872-1290
or 9171
Holmdel 732-224-1395

Holmdel - St. Catherine’s

732-244-1395 or
732-842-3963

Keyport - St. Joseph’s

732-290-1878
Keyport/Union Beach - Holy Family 732-264-8132
Long Branch - Holy Trinity Conference 732-222-3216
Marlboro - St. Gabriel’s 732-946-4487
Neptune - Holy Innocents Church 732-922-4242
Neptune - Holy Innocents Parish 732-922-4242
Oceanport - St. John the Baptist 732-542-0490
Red Bank - St. James Conference 732-741-0500
Rumson - St. James 732-747-0326

West Long Branch - St. Michael’s

732-483-0360

Morris County

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs Dover 973-366-4770
Morristown 973-644-4884
Salvation Army Morristown 973-539-2700
Urban League of Morris County Morristown 973-539-2121

Ocean County

Catholic Charities - Diocese of Trenton Lakewood 732-363-5322
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Ocean, Inc. Toms River 732-244-9041
St. Francis Community Center, LBICC Beach Haven/Brant Beach 609-494-8861
St. Vincent De Paul Society Barnegat - St. Mary’s 609-698-7477
Bayville - St. Barnabas 732-269-2208
Bricktown - Visitation 732-477-0028
Jackson - St. Aloysius 732-370-0098

Passaic County

Catholic Family and Community Services Paterson 973-279-7100
Center for Food Action Elmwood Park 201-703-9857
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Paterson Task Force Paterson 973-279-2333
United Passaic Organization (UPO) Passaic 973-472-2478
Wayne Township Welfare Department Wayne 973-694-1800 Ext. 3281
West Milford Township West Milford 973-728-2862

Salem County

Catholic Charities - Diocese of Camden Penns Grove 856-299-1296
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Puerto Rican Action Committee

Penns Grove/Salem/Cape May

856-299-5800
Salvation Army Salem 856-935-0305

Somerset County

Catholic Charities - Diocese of Metuchen Bridgewater 908-722-1881
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Middlesex County Economic Opportunities Corporation Somerset County 732-324-1580
Somerset County Community Action Program Somerset 732-846-8888 or 9888

Sussex County

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
North West Community Action Program (NORWESCAP) Franklin 888-454-4778
People Help of Sussex County Newton 973-729-1745

Union County

American Red Cross - Tri-County Chapter Plainfield and Elizabeth 908-756-6414
Catholic Community Services Cranford 908-497-3966
Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
Rahway Community Action Organization Rahway (serving Union & Middlesex Counties) 732-382-9311
Urban League of Union County Elizabeth 908-351-7200
Westfield Community Center Westfield 908-232-4759

Warren County

Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey Cedar Knolls (serving all counties) 973-267-4324
North West Community Action Program (NORWESCAP) Phillipsburg 888-454-4778


PSE&G Customer Service Centers

Bayonne 608 Broadway
Bayonne, NJ 07002
Burlington 501 High Street
Burlington, NJ 08016
Camden 2 Riverside Drive
Once Port Center, Suite 110
Camden, NJ 08103
Elizabeth 900 West Grand Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07202
*payments not accepted at this location
Hackensack 214 Hudson Street
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Hoboken 615 Washington Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Jersey City 3 Path Plaza
Journal Square Trans. Ctr.
Jersey City, NJ 07306
New Brunswick Ferren Deck Mall,
Albany & French St.
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Newark 80 Park Plaza
Newark, NJ 07102
North Hudson 4808 Bergenline Ave.
Union City, NJ 07087
Passaic 651 Main Avenue
Passaic, NJ 07055
Paterson 100 Hamilton Plaza
Paterson, NJ 07505
Perth Amboy 313 Madison Avenue
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
Plainfield 120 W. Seventh Street
Plainfield, NJ 07060
Trenton 15 West State Street
Trenton, NJ 08604
Union City 4808 Bergenline Avenue
Union City, NJ 07087
West Orange 59 Main Street
West Orange, NJ 07052


Weatherization Application Outreach Centers


Bergen County

Bergen County CAP Hackensack 201-968-0200
Ext. 7036

Burlington County

Burlington County CAP Willingboro 609-835-2464

Camden County

Camden County Council on Economic Opportunity Camden - Broadway

856-964-6887

Camden - 6 th & Erie

856-966-4453

Pennsauken 856-910-1180
West Berlin 856-767-3320

Essex County

First Hopewell Multi-Purpose Community Center Newark - Orange St. 973-497-9506
La Casa de Don Pedro Newark - Roseville Ave. 973-485-0701

Gloucester County

Tri-County CAP Bridgeton

856-455-5900
Ext. 293

Paulsboro 856-423-0040

Hudson County

Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation Bayonne (Bayonne residents only) 201-437-7222
PACO Weatherization Union City 201-864-3774

Hunterdon & Somerset Counties

North West Community Action Program (NORWESCAP, Inc.) Phillipsburg 1-888-454-4778

Middlesex County

Puerto Rican Action Board New Brunswick 732-828-4541

Monmouth County

Check-Mate, Inc. Asbury Park 732-774-3100
Ext. 18 or 19

Morris County

Morris County Organization for Hispanic Affairs, Inc. Dover 973-366-1131

Passaic County

Passaic County Weatherization Wayne (Bloomingdale, Haskell, Hewitt, Pompton Lakes, Ringwood, Wanaque, and West Milford residents only) 973-305-5730
Paterson Task Force Paterson - Ellison St. 973-279-2333
Paterson Task Force - North Side Center Paterson - West Broadway 973-279-2333 Ext. 31
Paterson Task Force - South Side Center Paterson - Alabama Ave. 973-279-2333 Ext. 35
United Passaic Organization

Passaic (Passaic residents only)

973-472-2478

Union County

PROCEED Elizabeth

908-351-7727

Phone programs

 

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Low-income New Jerseyans can get free legal help by phone: call our toll-free hotline at 1-888-LSNJ-LAW (1-888-576-5529), Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Outside of New Jersey, please call 732-572-9100 and ask to be transferred to the hotline.