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Posted November 19th, 2013 in Utah Appliances by admin
  • The State Energy Assistance & Lifeline (SEAL) Office includes the HEAT, HELP, UTAP, and Utility Moratorium Protection (UMP) programs.

    Our office is now open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.  HEAT applications are not taken at our office.  Most local HEAT offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. Check your local office for details. 

    2010-11 Program Highlights  This Powerpoint presentation shows what the SEAL programs accomplished in the State of Utah during the 2010-11 season.


    The Home Energy Assistance Target Program, provides winter home heating assistance and year-round energy crisis intervention for eligible low-income households throughout Utah. It also provides funds to the State Weatherization Program to help weatherize homes and to provide emergency repair or replacement of defunct furnaces or air conditioning units. The HEAT motto is: “A warm temperate home is as basic to health and safety as is good nutrition and medical care. HEATing assistance is a wellness strategy.”


    The Home Electric Lifeline Program, in cooperation with Rocky Mountain Power, provides their HEAT-eligible customers with a monthly discount off their electric bill.


    The Utah Telephone Assistance (Lifeline/Link-up) Program, provides low-income households with discounts for initial landline telephone installation and their monthly phone bills.

    Shut Off Protection

    Protects eligible households from having their heat being shut-off during the winter.

    The SEAL mission is to “identify and provide assistance to truly vulnerable households–the lowest-income with the highest heating costs especially targeting families with young children, the disabled, and the elderly–to provide them with reasonable warmth, health, and safety.”

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Ms. Sue Kolthoff
Director, State Energy Assistance & Lifeline (SEAL) Office
Division of Housing & Community Development
Utah Department of Community & Culture
324 South State, Suite 500
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
TEL: (801) 538-8756
FAX: (801) 538-8615
PUBLIC INQUIRIES: 1-877-488-3233