The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) enables low-income families to permanently reduce their energy bills by making their homes more energy efficient. Funds are used to improve the energy performance of dwellings of needy families using the most advanced technologies and testing protocols available in the housing industry. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) provides funding to states, U.S. overseas territories, and Indian tribal governments, which manage the day-to-day details of the program. These governments, in turn, fund a network of local community action agencies, nonprofit organizations, and local governments that provide these weatherization services in every state, the District of Columbia, U.S. territories, and among Native American tribes.
The energy conservation resulting from these efforts of state and local agencies helps our country reduce its dependence on foreign oil and decrease the cost of energy for families in need while improving the health and safety of their homes. During the past 33 years, WAP has provided weatherization services to more than 6.4 million low-income households. Families receiving weatherization services see their annual energy bills reduced by an average of about $437, depending on fuel prices. Because the energy improvements that make up weatherization services are long lived, the savings add up over time to substantial benefits for weatherization clients and their communities, and the nation as a whole.
The Agency is not currently receiving Weatherization Assistance Program funds and will not be taking applications until further notice.
Contact the Agency at 931-896-1800 for application information and/or assistance.
If you are a Contractor and would like to perform Weatherization Work In Clarksville/ Montgomery County, Contact Leslie Chiodini at 931-896-1800 ext. 1802
The USDA Commodity Program provides a supplemental source of nutrition to low-income families. Commodities are distributed on a first come first serve basis and are distributed every three (3) months.
Contact the Agency at 931-896-1800 for application information.
The Old Firehouse is a full service day shelter for homeless individuals and families. The services provided are geared towards helping individuals move towards self-sufficiency. The shelter is located at:
1498 Golf Club Lane
Clarksville TN 37040
Services and referrals are offered for the following:
Priority in energy assistance, as well as the level of assistance, is based on the energy burden, income, and size of the applicants household as well as the presence of vulnerable household members (i.e. frail elderly, handicapped, and infants).
Clients do not need an appointment to pick up or fill out applications. It does however, takes 60-90 days to process applications. You may obtain applications at our main office or through your electic company.
|Download the LIHEAP Application|
Documents that need to accompany your application include:
For More Information on the LIHEAP Program, visit the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA)Homepage