As increasing heat waves threaten Washington communities, state’s heating program for low-income households now includes cooling options

Teal blue background with white icon images of a heater/air conditioner unit and air purifier
Until recently, the LIHEAP only covered assistance for heating. Households can now also get help with cooling and air-conditioning, as well as air purifiers during wildfire emergencies.

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