For the appointments, participants are asked to bring in information that applies to their household. It includes proof of income, for example, an unemployment printout; Social Security benefit; employment pay stub (four if weekly, two if biweekly); current bank statement (all pages). Also a picture ID, and if it applies to your household, a Section 8 lease, current active utility bill (stating primary source of heat), rent receipt or tenants’ lease (property owners), landlord information. Also, a Department of Social Services energy notification form or DSS cash assistance award letter and food stamp (SNAP) award, according to a statement.
Social Security numbers and dates of birth for all members of the household also are needed.
The agency asks that those who have special circumstances call to determine if they need to bring in documentation, the statement said.
To make an appointment, call 203-387-7700