Winter crisis energy assistance program ends May 24
The Office of Human Concern (OHC) will be ending the Winter Crisis Home Energy Assistance Program on Friday, May 24. Residents must have a disconnect notice or other emergency in order to receive assistance.
The main office is located at 506 E. Spruce St. in Rogers and will be conducting interviews for Crisis applicants from 8 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday. The office does not conduct interviews on Fridays.
This program is designed to assist low-income individuals and families with the rising cost of energy. OHC will assist participants in Benton, Carroll and Madison counties only. For more information, please contact the office at 479-636-7301 or visit EOHC.org.