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Low-Income Home Energy Assistance

Program Funding
Total Spent
$5.4B
 
Total Obligated
$5.6B

Some agencies choose to report funding totals for multiple programs in a single submission. The obligated and spent totals shown here only reflect those reported for this program alone. To see all money associated with this program, use the All Pandemic Awards dashboard and search for the program in the filter bar.

Number of Awards
464
Assistance Listing
93.568
Published Date
Objectives
The objective of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is to make grants available to States, the District of Columbia, US Territories, and Native American Tribes and tribal organizations for the purpose of assisting eligible households to meet the costs of home energy. Supplemental Leveraging Incentive funds may be awarded to reward grant recipients that provide additional benefits and services to LIHEAP-eligible households beyond what could be provided with Federal funds. A portion of the leveraging incentive funds may be set aside by HHS for LIHEAP recipients to provide services through local administrating agencies to help LIHEAP-eligible households reduce their energy vulnerability under the Residential Energy Assistance Challenge Program (REACH). Training and Technical Assistance funds are authorized to conduct federal monitoring and provide training and technical…

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Total Rows 530