Fuel Assistance

We understand that things can happen which change your financial situation - loss of income, accident, divorce, new baby - but we believe no one should be left out in the cold!  Klebe Fuel Company is proud to participate in a variety of heating assistance programs.  The funding from these programs are a great safety net, but usually do not cover all of your heating requirements.  We always recommend that CEAP Customers also participate in our Flex-Pay Plan.

The Connecticut Energy Assistance Program (CEAP), a state and federally-funded program is designed to help lower-income households pay their winter heating bills. 

 If you live in Barkhamsted, Colebrook, Goshen, Hartland, Harwinton, Litchfield, Norfolk, Torrington or Winchester
Call 1-203-575-9799 or visit their website for more information. 

If you live in Canaan, Cornwall, Falls Village, North Canaan, Salisbury or Sharon
Call 1-203-744-4700 or visit their website for more information. 

If you live in Simsbury
Call 1-800-798-3805 or visit their website for more information. 

 

Soldiers’, Sailors’, and Marines’ Fund Assistance provides limited assistance to Connecticut residents who are honorable discharged veterans who served during a period of war (and their widows). This assistance program provides help on energy and utility bills, as well as other expenses they are having a difficult time affording.
Call 1-800-491-4941 or visit their website for more information. 

 

Citizen’s Energy/Joe for oil In partnership with CITGO, Citizens Energy offers free heating oil to people in need. Each eligible household is allowed a one-time delivery per heating season of 100 gallons of oil for free.
Call 1-877-JOE-4OIL (1-877-563-4645) or visit their website for more information. 

 

Town Fuel Assistance

Some towns have limited funding to help with emergency deliveries.
Call your local town hall to receive more information.

 

Salvation Army Fuel Assistance

Operation Fuel is a not-for-profit organization that provides energy assistance to people that do not qualify for government assistance.
Call your local Salvation Army for more information.

The Connecticut Cancer Center has limited funding for patients and families in need.  Some churches and synagogues also have limited funding available.