SEACAP looking to give money for utility bills

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Published: Sep. 30, 2019 at 4:27 PM CDT
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Those who need help paying their utility bills are in luck.

SEACAP or the Southeast Alabama Community Action Partnership has $250,000 in assistance available.

They're helping those who are living in poverty or within a 150% of the poverty level.

Other requirements to receive the utility discount include: proof of income for the full month of August (All pay check stubs), copy of your utility bill, proof of identification, and social security card.

** If you are on any kind of government assistance already you will need to bring the utility allowance OR the lease.**

** If you are currently on SSI/Disability please make sure to bring your 2019 Award Letter.** (No bank statements)

**If you will be claiming a/any children please bring the legal documentation showing proof of custody.**

If you have already received assistance from June 1st until now you will not be eligible at this time.

For any question you may have please contact: Jennifer Williams, (Community Coordinator) at 334-794-8754.

"We need to spend this money," said Dottie Stricklin Community Service Manager. "Because if we don't spend it all, then our funding could get cut some next year. We don't want that to happen. Because we know there are people who have not been assisted. You need to make sure you come on out here."

SEACAP met with hundreds Monday helping them work through the process.

If you missed Monday's meeting, another one is scheduled for October 7th at 9 am.

The address is 601 N St. Andrews St. Dothan, AL 36301.

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