Federal government weatherization program - The number one, primary goal of the federal government funded Weatherization Assistance Program is to enable low-income families and individuals, particularly the handicapped, elderly, and senior citizens participate in energy conservation programs. These programs will help them save on energy and heating bills. The weatherization program will lessen the impact of utility expenses on applicants household budgets. For example, participating households are averaging nearly 25 percent in savings, or approximately $400 per year in savings, on their energy bills.
Housing - In addition to the rent assistance referenced above, BRAG offers other support in Cache County. It ranges from home repairs to funds to pay security deposits. The disabled and families with young children also take priority. Or look into shelters and loans for paying rent and other housing expenses as part of the federal government funded Continuum of Care program.
Call the Bear River Association of Governments Community Action Agency at (435) 752-7242 to learn more or to apply for help. It is located in Logan Utah. Learn more.
Housing, foreclosure, and mortgage delinquency counseling
USU Family Life Center is a Logan Utah based non profit that provides several housing assistance programs. The services they provide include Mortgage Default Counseling and advice on Rental issues. Dial 435-797-7224, or click here for additional government mortgage programs.
Utility and heating bill assistance programs
Cache HEAT Program (435-752-7242) offers utility and electric bill programs. The services they offer will help low to moderate income households in the community pay a portion of their winter utility and heating bills, and/or provide grants for emergency utility assistance to prevent shut-off of a service. In addition, they also administers the Utility Moratorium Program which will prevent winter utility shut-off between November 15 and March 15 of each and every winter.
American Red Cross Of Northern Utah – Utility, heating and disaster assistance are the primary resources. Help for your utilities is only offered to people who are 60 years of age or older, disabled, and who are low-income. Individuals need to have already applied for HEAT assistance. Disaster services available to disaster victims, such as a fire or flood. Some other counseling and financial aid may be offered for military families and veterans. 801-627-0000
Cache County food assistance
Cache Community Food Pantry is located at 359 South Main Street, Logan, Utah 84321. Call 435-753-7140
LDS Bishop's Storehouse – Clothing, free or low cost food, and bedding is offered for LDS and non-LDS individuals seeking assistance. You must also have been referred by a bishop. 435-752-6425
Bear River Health Department and Logan Clinic provides Immunizations, CHIP, Medicaid, PCN, Baby Your Baby eligibility, Physical Examination, and WIC. 655 East 1300 North, Logan, Utah 84341, telephone 435-792-6500
Find information and addresses on additional food banks in Utah. More.
Credit repair and debt assistance
In addition to the housing programs indicated above, USU Family Life Center also provides access to programs to help consumers get out of or reduce their debts. They offer Debt Reduction Counseling, Credit Repair, Budgeting Assistance, and help with such debts as medical and credit card debt.