Warm Hearts Warm Homes
Seven years of helping keep Montana Warm
Since Governor Brian Schweitzer’s Warm Heats Warm Homes call to service began in 2005, AmeriCorps members have provided hands-on energy assistance to over 10,941 families in all 56 counties and on all seven reservations in Montana.
In 2012, AmeriCorps members from Montana Conservation Corps provided basic weatherization assistance to more than 1,100 families and delivered energy and emergency preparedness education to the families participating in the State of Montana’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP).
These efforts keep Montanans warm during long, cold winters and save families hundreds on their energy bills. This call to service will continue to pay dividends, reducing energy use and cumulatively saving Montana families millions in future electricity bills.
Thank you, State of Montana Department of Health and Human Services, Energy Corps, Human Resource Development Councils, Montana Conservation Corps, NorthWestern Energy, and the U.S. Department of Energy for your support of Warm Hearts Warm Homes!
Information to help keep all of us warm this winter...
- How can I get help paying my energy bill?
- What can I do to save energy in my home?
- How can I help my neighbors?
- Do I qualify for an energy tax credit?
- Program Descriptions and Contacts
Montana Conservation Corps- Warm Hearts Warm Homes Weatherizations
Montana Energy Corps- Hands on Energy Assistance