Serving residents of Adair, Cherokee, Craig, Delaware and Ottawa Counties

Services

Energy Audit may recommend:

  • Insulation of attic, floor, wall, water heater and exposed pipes.
  • Repairs for heating units
  • Weather strip and caulk
  • Door and window repairs or replacement
  • Energy saving lighting
  • Check major appliances for occupant safety and energy savings

Instructions and Application

Weatherization Application Instructions and Process

Application for Weatherization Services

Weatherization…Take Control of Your Home’s Comfort

Weatherization Assistance installs energy saving measures that provide long term relief by reducing energy bills on average $350 each year. Make your home more comfortable, healthier and safer while using less energy! Click here to download a brochure.

Do You Qualify for Weatherization Assistance?
Weatherization services also available in Muskogee County

Applications are recorded by receipt date. Priority is given to the disabled, the elderly and families with small children. There is a waiting list for this service. Your patience is appreciated. Look to the left to download the instructions and application.

Step 1. Determine Eligibility
Eligibility is based on income and family size. (January, 2018)
Income guidelines are listed below:
Size of Family DOE Maximum Income DHS Maximum Income
1 $24,280 $20,847
2 $32,920 $27,261
3 $41,560 $33,676
4 $50,200 $40,090
5 $58,840 $46,504
6 $67,480 $52,919
7 $76,120 $54.122
8 $84,760 $55,324
Step 2. Client Responsibility
  • Completed application
  • Employment verification for each household member working
  • Proof of family income (Verification of Employment form completed by your employer, call office to get a form) or your award letter from social security (no bank statements)
  • Renters require signed landlord program rental agreement (call the office to get a from)
Step 3. Location and Contact Information
Northeast Oklahoma Community Action Agency
856 E. Melton, Suite C
P.O. Box 603
Jay, OK 74346

Call 918-253-4683 ext. 121

NEOCAA services help individuals and communities overcome life obstacles. The agency is affiliated with the following:

(Persons with a hearing or speech disability can dial 711 for Telecommunications Relay Services.)