Minnesota’s Energy Assistance Program, based at the Minnesota Department of Commerce, offers up to $2,000 to cover your costs for heat, power and water, and is free to households with eligible incomes. Both renters and homeowners can qualify.
Go to mn.gov/home to:
- Get an application
- Find your local Energy Service Provider to help you apply
- Check if your income would qualify
With one application to Minnesota’s Energy Assistance Program, you could qualify for the Weatherization Assistance Program for free home energy upgrades that will permanently reduce your energy costs.
The program is for income-eligible homeowners and renters. It will help you save energy and will help make sure your home is a healthy and safe place to live.
Learn about Salvation Army HeatShare to help you stay warm.
United Way 2-1-1 is a free service that can help you find agencies and resources to help you if you are in crisis or have emergency needs for food, shelter, utilities, or mental health.