Low Income Energy Assistance (LIEAP)

About LIEAP

LIEAP pays part of winter home heating bills for eligible people (November through May).  Seniors (age 60+), those with disabilities, households with young children (age 5 and below), and families with the most need (lowest incomes and highest energy bills) are given program priority.


LIEAP also assists with energy-related emergencies, such as utility shut-offs, deposits, and heat losses due to broken furnaces. LIEAP eligibility is based on household size, total pre-tax household income, and heating fuel type (natural gas, electric, propane, heating oil, coal, wood, pellets).


When approved for LIEAP, you may also be approved for the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP). WAP helps qualified individuals and families reduce their home heating costs by making their homes more energy efficient.


Applications for the LIEAP are available beginning October 1, 2019 and are accepted through February 29, 2020.  Applications for the WAP are accepted year round.


How and Where to Apply


Submit an application online, access forms, and get more information by clicking the link below:


If you received LIEAP assistance last year, you will receive a pre-filled application in the mail. Simply verify your information and/or add information and return to LIEAP.

Applications are also available at all DFS offices, Senior Centers,  and WAP offices.

If you do not submit on-line, applications can be faxed to (307) 778-3943; emailed to lieapinfo@thealignteam.org; or, mailed to P.O. Box 827, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82003. 



Who Is Eligible?

Eligibility for LIEAP is based on federal income guidelines, household size, and home heating fuel type. Both home owners and renters may apply. To qualify for emergency crisis assistance an applicant must first be approved for LIEAP.



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Wyoming LIEAP Performance Management Executive Summary