Project BRAVO Aims to Help Low-Income Residents with Energy Costs

Project BRAVO Aims to Help Low-Income Residents with Energy Costs

POSTED: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 - 1:12pm

UPDATED: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 - 3:55pm

EL PASO- Project BRAVO, El Paso’s Community Action Program, is expanding its energy assistance program this fall and winter to help low-income residents of El Paso County with their energy costs.

Thanks to additional funding under the state’s Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program (CEAP), residents may be eligible to receive assistance to pay for both gas and electric utilities. Low-income residents in rural or semi-rural areas of El Paso County may also qualify to receive help to pay the cost of propane heating fuel.

Residents who wish to obtain appointments to receive energy assistance may bring their gas and electric bills to any Project BRAVO neighborhood center in El Paso County.

• Upper Valley/West - 7000 5th Street, Canutillo
• Northeast - 8815 Dyer St. Suite 300
• South Side - 4838 Montana Avenue
• East Side - 11206 Montwood Drive
• Ysleta - 400 S. Zaragoza

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If this is such a good program, i want to know who to talk to about a complaint.I lost my job last year I went to them for help, went to the appt, turned in my paperwork and they said that they could help me and it would post to my acct on 2-5 days never happened. I called them and they told me i was miss informed and it would post by the end of the month never happened. I called again said behind and not worry. It never posted my elec got tuned off in the mid of winter. How is this help?

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