- Emergency Food Network
- Emergency Rental Assistance
- Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund
- HEAT Forms
- Local HEAT Offices
- Home Electric
- Home Gas
- Water Assistance
- Shut-Off Protection
- Energy and Water Tips
- Earned Income Tax Credit
- Navajo Fund
- Uintah Basin Fund
- Section 8 Landlord Incentive
Energy and Water Tips
MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO PAY YOUR FULL GAS, ELECTRIC AND WATER BILLS EACH MONTH.
BE AGGRESSIVE ABOUT ENERGY USE IN YOUR HOME BY FOLLOWING THESE TIPS:
- Change your furnace filter every 2-3 months.
- Use compact fluorescent bulbs.
- Use a microwave instead of a stove.
- Buy ENERGY STAR appliances and equipment.
- Set water heaters on medium.
- Install low-flow shower heads.
- Turn off lights, computer, monitors, video game consoles and TV’s when not in use.
- Unplugging your devices when not in use eliminates energy loss--or use a power strip!
- It takes less energy to reheat or recool your home when you get back than to leave it running while you are gone.
- Set thermostat to 68-72 degrees.
- Set thermostat to 55 degrees when away.
- Open blinds to let in the sun.
- Close blinds when it is dark to keep the heat in.
- Wear warm clothes.
- Set air conditioner to 78-82 degrees.
- Set air conditioner to at least 85 degrees when away.
- Turn off air conditioner and open windows at night to let the cool air in.
- Quickly fix leaks
- Shorten shower times
- Fill your sink to rinse vegetables or dishes instead of letting it run
- Wash full loads in your dishwasher and washing machine
- Water your lawn in early morning or evening when it's cooler
- Use more mulch and drip systems in your landscaping
- Direct downspouts and other run-off toward shrubs and trees
- Adjust your mower to a higher setting allowing grass to shade its own root system
For help saving energy