New Fuel Assistance Applications Accepted

Source: ABCD

November 1, 2022

ABCD urges Greater Boston residents to confirm their eligibility. More families may qualify for help with fuel costs than what may be realized!


ABCD is accepting new applications for Fuel Assistance. Electric and gas prices have recently skyrocketed, along with inflation. Families at most income levels are struggling to keep up with inflation, and soaring food and energy prices. Fortunately, help with fuel costs is available to more families than what may be realized.


Residents of Greater Boston who meet eligibility requirements. The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) FY 2023 eligibility and benefit guidelines are available here.


Beginning Tuesday, November 1, 2022   


Residents of Boston, Brookline or Newton can apply by calling at 617-357-6012. Residents of Malden, Everett, Winchester, Melrose, Woburn or Stoneham can call 781-322-6284. The online system for first-time fuel assistance can be accessed by visiting toapply.org/MassLIHEAP.

Visit bostonabcd.org/heat for information about ABCD’s Fuel Assistance Program including a listing of neighborhood centers.


Application assistance is available in-person by appointment at all ABCD neighborhood centers including:

ABCD Central OfficeABCD RoslindaleAllston/Brighton Neighborhood Opportunity CenterBrookline Fuel AssistanceChinatownDorchester Neighborhood Service CenterEast BostonJohn F. Kennedy CenterMattapan Family Service CenterMystic Valley Opportunity CenterNewton Fuel AssistanceNorth End/West End Neighborhood Service CenterParker Hill/Fenway Neighborhood Service CenterRoxbury/North Dorchester Neighborhood Opportunity CenterSouth Boston Action Center and South End Neighborhood Service Center.


About ABCD

A Massachusetts-based nonprofit human services organization, ABCD provides disadvantaged residents in the Boston and Mystic Valley areas with the tools, support, and resources they need to transition from poverty to stability and from stability to success. Each year, we serve more than 100,000 individuals, elders and families through a broad range of innovative initiatives as well as long-established, proven programs and services. For 60 years, ABCD has been deeply rooted in each neighborhood we serve, empowering individuals and families and supporting them in their quest to live with dignity and achieve their highest potential. For more information, please visit bostonabcd.org.