Are you struggling to catch up with the bills after paying for fuel this winter? Mid Michigan Community Action may be able to help.

You may be eligible for a reimbursement through Mid Michigan Community Action if you bought deliverable fuel between Jan. 01, 2014 and March 31, 2014. You may also be eligible for deliverable home heating fuel assistance. This includes propane, fuel oil, kerosene, wood or heating fuel pellets.

As the days get longer and temperatures continue to rise, the bitter cold winter we just endured can seem like a distant memory. Don’t be left out in the cold next winter. Apply NOW for heating assistance to avoid a future emergency.

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