Financial Resources During COVID-19

Low Income Energy Assistance

The Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) is a federally-funded program that provides for a one-time vendor payment to help eligible households pay their heating bills.

Online: ncdhhs.gov


Wake HELPS

The application period for the WakeHELPS program ended on November 30th. If you need help with energy assistance bills, please visit www.wakegov.com/staywarm or call 919-212-7000.


House Wake!

Wake County program that offers financial assistance to renters and landlords to cover rent shortfalls resulting from a loss of income.

Note: The Governor's Executive Order 171 assists those at risk of eviction. View Frequently Asked Questions about the order.

Online:  wakegov.com/housing
Call: (919) 899-9911


Housing Opportunities and Prevention of Evictions (HOPE) Program

This program is no longer accepting new applications. Funds have been fully committed to existing applications.

Note: The Governor's Executive Order 171 assists those at risk of eviction. View Frequently Asked Questions about the order.


Wake SUPPORTS

Provides funding to working parents, so they can afford to pay for their kindergartners through sixth graders to attend virtual school at a safe location with reliable oversight, or receive before and after school care. It pays for the fees that accompany subsidized childcare for families of infants and toddlers who meet specific income criteria.

Online: www.wakegov.com/wakesupports
Call: (919) 212-7621


Western Wake Crisis Ministry

Apex-based resource that helps with rent, utility bills, prescription costs, and other items necessary for maintaining housing or employment.

Online: www.wwcm.org
Call: (919) 362-0657