35% discount each month for qualified customers who have a life-threatening illness or use essential life-sustaining medical equipment.
Temporary bill assistance, for qualified customers of up to $300 through The Salvation Army.
This program provides qualified limited-income customers with energy-efficient home improvements, to help save money on their electric bills. Contact your local Community Action Agency (CAP Office) for additional information and assistance.
If you can't afford to pay your home heating or cooling bill, you may be able to get help from the government through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP). Visit their website or watch an overview.
Medical Care program
Outage notifications for qualified customers who have a life-threating illness or use essential life-sustaining medical equipment that has a critical need for electricity.
Look out for friends, neighbors and relatives
If you know someone who lives alone or relies on a support network, help them sign up for Safety Net. They can select a relative, friend or community agency to also receive their APS bill so they can remind them when payment is due.
If you’d like to help those struggling with their energy bills, consider Project SHARE, which is administered by The Salvation Army.
Heat related resources
Many community agencies provide information on staying safe during high heat, including the Red Cross, Maricopa County Heat Relief Network and United Way of Pinal County Heat Relief Network. If you’d like to help those struggling with their energy bills, consider Project SHARE, which is administered by The Salvation Army.
Don’t forget to check on your neighbors, friends and loved ones who live alone, especially when temperatures are particularly high or low.