CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Help is now available for people having trouble paying their utility bills.
The Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency, along with the Home Energy Assistance Program, are accepting applications.
"It's a huge need, and I don't even think we're seeing the extent of the need," said Robin Avant, the program manager. "I still there are a lot of households who need assistance who may not feel comfortable asking for help, but we urge them to do so."
People who qualify can get up to $175 for their utility bills.
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