Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri will have a limited number of 110 air conditioner units available for residents living within our 9-county service area.
Beginning June 1st, 2017, as part of Summer ECIP, our Energy Assistance program will be able to offer air conditioners to a small number of clients who suffer from a life-threatening condition and who can provide a doctor’s note stating such. The AC units are first come, first serve, and clients submitting a request cannot have received an air conditioner from our agency within the past 3 years. If your household was approved for energy assistance in the winter and you have not moved since then, you are automatically pre-approved for summer energy assistance, and will only need to provide a doctor’s note. If you have not been approved for energy assistance since November/December of 2016, you will need to submit an application, supporting documentation, and doctor’s note in order to be considered.
Community Services, operating under a grant from Community Services Block Grant, currently has a limited number of air conditioners, box fans, and infrared heaters available to residents of our 9-county service area who are 60 or older. Clients requesting these items through the service center cannot have received an air conditioner or heater from our agency within the past 3 years and may be required to submit an application and supporting documentation. Clients must choose either an air conditioner or heater, and cannot qualify for both within the same fiscal year.
CAPNCM has free box fans available for KCP&L customers who can provide a current bill from the Kansas City Power & Light utility company. These fans are made possible via a gift from KCP&L with the strict stipulation that they go only to customers of the electric provider.
If you have questions or would like to see if you may qualify, please contact us by calling 855-290-8544, utilizing the contact form on our website: www.capncm.org, or faxing your doctor’s note and a cover sheet with identifying details to 844-503-1872. This project/program is funded in whole or in part with federal funds received from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) provided by the Missouri Department of Social Services, Family Support Division.
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