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MASON CITY, Iowa - As we get ready to turn on the heat for the cool fall days we also are getting ready to pay higher heating bills.
And that can really add up, luckily, there is help out there.
Community Action Partnership is helping those folks with the low-income home energy assistance program.
Households can apply for the assistance and it can add up to about 450 dollars.
Having that extra financial help can be critical for families in need.
"It helps in a broad range, just taking that burden of just one month not paying the heating bill that can just speak volumes for a low-income family, it can do so much for them,” says Jade Miller.
If you'd like to apply for this program you can go to a Community Action office or you can apply online.
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