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Weatherization Assistance Program

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Weatherization Information Sheet
 Weatherization Flyer and Fact Sheet
As caring members of your local community we would like to offer you an opportunity that will benefit your residents and increase your awareness of our work here at Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency’s Weatherization Assistance Program.

The Weatherization Assistance Program is a FREE service funded by the Federal Department of Energy (DOE) and administered by the Michigan Department of Human Services (DHS). The program provides FREE energy conservation services for eligible low to moderate income households. DHS contracts with Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency (OLHSA) to operate the program.

OLHSA determines applicant eligibility, performs the necessary inspections and contracts with qualified, licensed and insured private contractors to complete the work. Their services reduce energy use and help to lower your resident’s utility bills, thus creating more financially self-sufficient households.

Free cost-effective weatherization measures are performed, and may include, but are not limited to:

  • Home Energy Audit
  • Insulation
  • Air Leakage Reduction Utilizing Blower Technology
  • Furnace Repair or Replacement
  • Combustion Appliance Testing

Families and individuals who are interested in having their home weatherized must meet current federal income guidelines. This includes the gross income of everyone residing in the home at the time of application. Recipients of SSI, SDA, or FIP who have received benefits within during any part of the last 12 months are automatically eligible. Weatherization serves homeowners, manufactured homeowners, and renters.

Please consider this a personal invitation to request more information or even request a presentation for you or your residents. Use the links in the box above to learn more about this program.

We look forward to discussing the opportunity to join forces and assist your community in saving energy and saving money!

Monica Cory, Assistant Director for Outreach