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Yalanda Young Reports

Helping to Heat Your Home

January 5, 2009 --

Right now our budgets are tight, even when it comes down to paying the necessary utilities. Many Government agencies are now helping you pay your light bill or even your heating bill.

If you meet the financial qualifications, you can get help from The Home Energy Assistance Program.

Black River Area Development Corp. - Clay, Lawrence, & Randolph Co.

1403 Hospital Dr. - Pocahontas  - (870) 892-4547

Community Action Program for Central Arkansas - White, Faulkner, & Cleburne Co.

707 Robbins St - Conway - (501) 329-3891

Crowley's Ridge Development Council -  Craighead, Greene, Jackson, Poinsett, Cross, Crittenden, Woodruff, & St. Francis Co.

2401 Fox Meadow - Jonesboro - (870) 802-7100

Northcentral Arkansas Development Council, Inc. - Izard, Sharp, Stone, Independence, & Fulton Co.

Batesville - (870)793-5765

 

 

 

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