Low-Income Assistance Programs
There are times when unexpected things happen. This includes having trouble paying your energy bill. Help is available through organizations in your area. Energy assistance organizations are run by private, nonprofit organizations or government agencies established to help people with energy-related emergencies in hardship circumstances. The organizations assist people with energy problems when no other resources are available to them and when these problems are caused by circumstances beyond their control.
If you need help, call Montana-Dakota at 800-638-3278 and we will direct you to available assistance in your area. To find out more about programs in your state that help eligible individuals and families with heating and insulation related costs in the winter, click the respective link below:
For many of the organizations that provide help, donations generally come from voluntary contributions from individuals, organizations, churches, industry and the government.
If you would like to help, you contribute when you pay your MDU bill. Your tax-deductible gift will be sent to the energy assistance organization in your area. You also may contribute directly by contacting any organization listed below. Donations are voluntary: