Town of Burlington Satellite Office - State Fuel Assistance
Applications for the 2018-2019 season has ended.
Please call CTI directly for further assistance 978-459-6161 .
***Fuel Assistance Applications will now be collected by their applicable departments***
For Town of Burlington Seniors (55 +)
Contact the Council on Aging @ 781-270-1950
For Town of Burlington Residents (under 55)
Contact Youth & Family Services @ 781-270-1961
For United States Veterans of the Armed Forces (regardless of age), Contact Veteran Services @ 781-270-1959
***Please note that the Town of Burlington is only a collection site for initial applications. No decisions are made through this office. All Applications are collected and then sent to the Community Teamwork, Inc. office based out of Lowell for processing***
Fuel Assistance, also known as the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), is a government program that helps low- income families and individuals pay their heating bills during the winter. Fuel assistance is for low-income tenants and homeowners, and eligibility is based on the household's gross annual income. Renters may also receive fuel assistance even if their heat is included in the rent.
Initial Applications will be available starting November 1, 2019
by appointment only.
***Please refer to the phone number listed above for the appropriate department that would handle your claim.***
Please inform our office if you need to cancel your appointment at least 24 hours in advance. Not keeping your appointment without communication of cancelation will result in you having to go to the fuel assistance office in Lowell to fill out your application.
You may also see a break down of items needed for your initial application under the fuel assistance tab and click "initial"
Renewal applications are handled by CTI directly.
No appointment necessary through our office.
Click here for more information for returning applicants
To Contact Community Teamwork Directly:
Community Teamwork Inc.
45 Kirk St, 2nd Flr
Lowell, MA 01852