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Arizona residents who are APS customers have options to help pay their energy bills. Assistance programs are available for qualifying customers, including discounts, one-time assistance during a crisis, and even programs for residents who rely on electricity to keep necessary medical equipment working.
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Green Mountain Power (GMP) has an Energy Assistance Program that can save low-income customers about $20 a month. Only 18 percent of eligible households have signed up, however, and AARP is encouraging Vermonters on fixed incomes to apply.
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In recognition of the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, AARP appreciates all the sacrifices veterans have made for this county and we want to be sure they are aware of the benefits they have earned.
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With temperatures dipping below zero for weeks at a time, could this Wisconsin winter have been any worse?
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As the temperature drops and heating costs rise in Wisconsin, chances are you or someone you know may be eligible for assistance. The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) helps approximately 225,000 eligible households pay a portion of their home heating and electric costs annually. The amount of the energy assistance benefit varies depending on a variety of factors, including the household’s size, income, and energy costs.  
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AARP Montana is advising Family Members, Caregivers and Friends to Keep a Close Eye on Older Adults during Frigid Temperatures
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As cold weather sets in, AARP Kentucky is encouraging members who have a hard time paying their utility bills to apply for help with heating costs.
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