Energy Assistance & Other Community Resources

The following resources are available to help you.

ResourceIs this a loan or a grant?DescriptionAddressPhoneWebsite
HomefrontGrantFree home repairs are provided for low-income homeowners, with focus on the neediest. Repairs may include carpentry, plumbing, electrical, roofing, and wheelchair ramps.88 Hamilton Ave.
Stamford, CT
(800) 887-HOPE
Corporation for Independent LivingHome rehabilitation for handicapped accessibility.157 Charter Oak Ave.
Hartford, CT
Connecticut Housing Finance AuthorityLoan1. First-time home buyer assistance.
2. Emergency mortgage assistance.
3. Foreclosure prevention resources.
999 West Street
Rocky Hill, CT
(860) 721-9501
(844) CT1-HOME
Connecticut Children’s Healthy Homes ProgramIf your home was built before 1978, you may qualify for an inspection and financial assistance to improve your living conditions.282 Washington St.
Hartford, CT
Capital for Change (C4C)Low interest / Deferred loansA variety of programs and services to help people purchase homes and keep housing safe, efficient, and affordable.
C4C offers energy efficiency loan programs, mortgage assistance, and repair loan programs for home buyers and owners.
10 Alexander Dr.
Wallingford, CT
EnergizeCTElectric bill loanEnergize Connecticut helps you save energy with rebates, financing, and services for energy efficiency and clean energy improvements.(877) WISE USE
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)Help for low-income households with their home energy bills.
Available November 1 through April 30.
Homeowners and renters may apply.
Community Renewal Team (CRT)Help to pay heating bills for low- and middle-income renters and homeowners.
Available November 1 through March 31.
(860) 560-5800
(800) 798-3805
Habitat for HumanityLoanA Brush with Kindness is a program that assists low-income families to repair and renovate their home so families can continue to live in a safe, decent house.
The focus is on assisting the elderly, veteran families, and those with limited mobility.
780 Windsor St.
Hartford, CT
North Central Area Agency on Aging (NCAAA)GrantNCAAA provides resources to help the elderly, people with disabilities, and their caregivers.151 New Park Ave.
Hartford, CT
(860) 724-6443
(800) 994-9422
Capital Region Council of Governments (CRCOG)GrantHomeowners suffering from crumbling foundations can get reimbursed for core testing or visual inspections of their foundations.241 Main St.
4th Floor
Hartford, CT
CT Green BankLoanCT Green Bank offers loans for energy improvements or solar leases for low- to moderate-income homeowners.845 Brook St.
Rocky Hill, CT
(860) 257-2897
(860) 563-0015