WCAC’s Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) fuel assistance and Energy Efficiency programs assist homeowners and renters with home heating bills, past due balances on utility bills, and in some cases receiving forgiveness credit and making monthly payments. Energy efficient weatherization, heating system repair and upgrades can help to stretch energy dollars.
WCAC has entered into a 25-year lease with the Town of Webster to renovate the former Senior Center property, located at 116 School Street, in order to relocate four of the agency’s Head Start classrooms from Southbridge to Webster. A capital campaign is underway to raise the funds needed to complete the building renovation with a targeted completion date of January 2019. Learn more about the project here.