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  • COMPASS - Apply for Public Benefits and Services from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

    Pennsylvania residents can apply for a variety of programs offered by the PA Department of Human Services, including public assistance, food stamps, health care coverage, energy assistance and other social service programs at this site Content Detail

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    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Application for Social Services (COMPASS)
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  • LIHEAP Benefit Amount Table

    This tool from the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services allows you to see the amount of Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) benefits you are eligible to receive. Select the county where you live and the type of fuel you use to heat your home or a type you to use for additional heat. The benefit table for your county and the type of fuel you use is displayed listing the LIHEAP benefit amount for your yearly income range and household size. Content Detail

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    Pennsylvania Department of Human Services
  • Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission - Formal Complaint Process

    Information from the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission regarding it's formal complaint process. Also see procedures for informal complaint and inquiries. Read More

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    Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
  • Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission - Informal Complaints

    Information from the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission to assist consumers in resolving complaints with utility companies under the PUC’s authority. Content Detail

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    Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission
  • PUC Complaints and Forms

    Information from the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on filing complaints and forms available from the Public Utility Commission. Content Detail

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    Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission