9.

J Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Table 9.J1—Number of households receiving home energy assistance, by type of assistance and state, fiscal
year 2000
Energy crisis intervention
State
States a

Heating

Cooling

Winter

Summer

3,604,295

318,438

925,311

88,339

90,985

Alabama....................................................................
Alaska .......................................................................
Arizona......................................................................
Arkansas ...................................................................
California...................................................................

38,396
6,835
b 16,486
31,112
b 89,471

31,752
...
c

8,339
471
5,190
10,225
32,174

14,669
...
...
2,453
...

643
825
476
825
17,058

Colorado ...................................................................
Connecticut ...............................................................
Delaware...................................................................
District of Columbia...................................................
Florida .......................................................................

48,767
56,322
10,215
11,742
34,701

...
...
2,145
...
36,425

4,523
13,678
2,807
2,913
17,817

...
...
...
...
40,803

1,741
...
231
334
786

76,101
5,095
21,306
94,819
97,021

27,137
...
52,515
20,547

...
...
3,759
9,484
15,355

...
1,080
...
...
...

873
...
995
975
1,865

Iowa ..........................................................................
Kansas ......................................................................
Kentucky ...................................................................
Louisiana...................................................................
Maine ........................................................................

62,052
21,183
91,304
8,836
44,844

...
...
...
26,510
...

1,888
4,960
44,749
15,177
3,576

369
...
...
...
...

1,412
490
841
319
1,440

Maryland ...................................................................
Massachusetts ..........................................................
Michigan....................................................................
Minnesota .................................................................
Mississippi.................................................................

60,551
113,408
295,772
84,122
22,487

...
6,248
...
...
16,038

40,279
12,802
2,314

4,848
...
...
...
...

175
9,916
3,483
638
...

Missouri.....................................................................
Montana ....................................................................
Nebraska...................................................................
Nevada......................................................................
New Hampshire ........................................................

88,989
14,294
23,092
7,844
23,081

...
...
5,736
4,314
...

44,394
379
28,306
...
3,295

...
...
545
12
...

...
417
516
...
653

New Jersey ...............................................................
New Mexico ..............................................................
New York...................................................................
North Carolina...........................................................
North Dakota.............................................................

179,318
18,765
676,804
146,873
11,293

27,662
...
...
...
...

11,915
5,069
126,772
123,169
1,109

...
...
...
...
...

1,792
365
11,696
2,028
738

Ohio ..........................................................................
Oklahoma..................................................................
Oregon ......................................................................
Pennsylvania.............................................................
Rhode Island.............................................................

195,380
52,680
48,405
226,736
19,176

...
8,468
...
...
...

109,130
1,443
142
74,725
10,770

19,596
...
...
...
...

4,453
417
1,103
4,335
470

South Carolina ..........................................................
South Dakota ............................................................
Tennessee.................................................................
Texas.........................................................................
Utah ..........................................................................

48,213
11,546
44,598
18,508
25,615

...
...
12,059
24,259
...

20,831
401
6,916
42,649
911

3,509
...
...
...
...

694
444
1,705
3,591
349

Vermont.....................................................................
Virginia ......................................................................
Washington ...............................................................
West Virginia.............................................................
Wisconsin..................................................................
Wyoming ..................................................................

16,762
82,910
47,115
38,248
88,105
6,997

...
11,021
...
...
...
...

4,875
4,919
1,866
12,353
20,184
813

455
...
...
...
...
...

1,000
1,538
1,733
1,027
3,311
269

United

................................................

b

Low-cost residential
weatherization/energyrelated home repair

Georgia .....................................................................
Hawaii .......................................................................
Idaho.........................................................................
Illinois ........................................................................
Indiana ......................................................................

b

c

5,602

c

d

4,848

d10,647

a. An unduplicated total of households assisted cannot be derived from these data because the same household may be included under more than one type of assistance.
b. Totals include households that received combined heating and cooling assistance in Arizona, and California; households that received energy assistance in Hawaii with no
differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance.
c. Excludes households that received combined heating and cooling assistance in Arizona, and California; housholds that received energy assistance in Hawaii with no
differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance.
d. Households in winter crisis situation received expedited heating assistance.
SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
NOTE: . . . = not applicable.
CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

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Table 9.J1.1—Number of households receiving home energy assistance, by type of assistance, fiscal years
1982–2000
Energy crisis intervention
Heating

Cooling

Winter

Summer

Low-cost residential
weatherization/energyrelated home repair

1982..........................................................................
1983..........................................................................
1984..........................................................................

5,990,176
6,414,448
6,443,637

1,075,061
529,036
537,598

707,123
972,894
963,743

...
25,342
28,841

430,830
482,620
180,748

1985..........................................................................
1986..........................................................................
1987..........................................................................
1988..........................................................................
1989..........................................................................

6,545,616
6,359,924
6,495,409
5,827,481
5,595,268

511,333
535,553
366,721
309,044
126,977

857,809
951,945
1,060,425
981,775
890,616

27,196
114,194
60,797
57,750
20,384

217,864
191,316
172,372
156,770
142,584

1990..........................................................................
1991..........................................................................
1992..........................................................................
1993..........................................................................
1994..........................................................................

5,459,631
5,769,346
5,906,292
5,282,993
5,663,040

358,823
374,483
384,468
143,279
145,684

1,058,067
1,004,634
950,275
956,435
1,127,832

37,340
39,399
25,570
47,169
24,532

148,104
127,587
106,066
111,295
126,086

1995..........................................................................
1996..........................................................................
1997..........................................................................
1998..........................................................................
1999..........................................................................
2000..........................................................................

5,147,619
4,069,409
4,069,409
3,641,836
3,338,720
3,604,295

341,041
129,184
129,184
316,764
532,619
318,438

932,263
769,154
769,154
704,640
757,410
925,311

77,915
29,121
19,121
154,708
315,470
88,339

102,817
82,931
82,931
85,708
84,106
90,985

Fiscal year

SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
NOTES: An unduplicated total of households assisted cannot be derived from these data because the same households may be included under more than one type of
assistance. Totals include households that received combined heating and cooling assistance in Arizona, and California; households that received energy assistance in Hawaii
with no differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance.
. . . = not applicable.
CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

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Table 9.J2—Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program funds: Federal net allocations and amounts
carried over, by state, fiscal year 2000 (in dollars)
Amount of regular
federal allocation

Amount of supplemental
federal allocation

Carried over to
following fiscal year

.......................................................................

1,059,828,175

731,648,623

58,888,497

Alabama.............................................................................................
Alaska ................................................................................................
Arizona...............................................................................................
Arkansas ............................................................................................
California............................................................................................

9,159,178
4,186,744
4,091,692
7,026,837
49,063,305

10,863,820
4,955,588
1,607,543
4,138,358
24,742,717

1,073,146
583,990
00
257,949
0

Colorado ............................................................................................
Connecticut ........................................................................................
Delaware............................................................................................
District of Columbia............................................................................
Florida ................................................................................................

17,200,336
22,471,059
2,982,600
3,489,792
14,565,607

7,937,927
20,713,185
3,529,994
1,682,544
5,999,663

2,020,560
3,182,648
538,774
243,916
999,994

Georgia ..............................................................................................
Hawaii ................................................................................................
Idaho..................................................................................................
Illinois .................................................................................................
Indiana ...............................................................................................

11,520,809
1,160,209
6,608,837
62,196,011
28,153,942

11,026,132
329,035
2,423,380
29,651,762
12,921,449

1,356,835
14,898
147,758
0
0

Iowa ...................................................................................................
Kansas ...............................................................................................
Kentucky ............................................................................................
Louisiana............................................................................................
Maine .................................................................................................

19,957,799
9,155,802
14,654,685
9,414,701
14,025,580

9,906,843
4,365,000
6,434,640
8,249,734
22,314,824

1,813,863
0
0
0
528,033

Maryland ............................................................................................
Massachusetts ...................................................................................
Michigan.............................................................................................
Minnesota ..........................................................................................
Mississippi..........................................................................................

17,205,806
44,931,579
58,803,782
42,541,940
7,882,021

12,510,589
44,153,889
28,622,910
21,179,227
7,370,750

0
2,999,768
5,619,446
421,769
57,321

Missouri..............................................................................................
Montana .............................................................................................
Nebraska............................................................................................
Nevada...............................................................................................
New Hampshire .................................................................................

24,843,515
6,687,755
9,863,898
2,091,695
8,508,035

11,532,159
2,848,440
4,736,587
816,470
12,329,240

2,632,587
0
954,144
91,713
88,768

New Jersey ........................................................................................
New Mexico .......................................................................................
New York............................................................................................
North Carolina....................................................................................
North Dakota......................................................................................

41,624,347
5,157,728
136,008,341
19,549,300
6,827,513

42,372,178
2,380,284
128,249,579
14,949,481
3,338,823

4,349,000
404,367
13,323,554
0
1,227,799

Ohio ...................................................................................................
Oklahoma...........................................................................................
Oregon ...............................................................................................
Pennsylvania......................................................................................
Rhode Island......................................................................................

55,021,668
7,792,742
13,241,364
73,186,585
7,377,989

25,532,250
3,536,921
4,529,229
61,658,347
8,992,459

2,995,118
40,589
817,785
7,723,814
0

South Carolina ...................................................................................
South Dakota .....................................................................................
Tennessee..........................................................................................
Texas..................................................................................................
Utah ...................................................................................................

7,313,755
5,716,877
14,844,882
24,241,701
7,858,682

6,523,566
3,197,979
6,205,754
24,693,430
3,706,660

0
0
0
0
848,169

Vermont..............................................................................................
Virginia ...............................................................................................
Washington ........................................................................................
West Virginia......................................................................................
Wisconsin...........................................................................................
Wyoming ...........................................................................................

6,377,075
20,958,595
21,086,620
9,698,117
38,293,855
3,204,888

6,174,944
14,515,996
6,998,350
4,060,988
18,690,537
1,446,469

1,052,263
427,870
50,289
0
0
102,877

State
United States

a

a. Net of set-asides to direct-grant Indian tribes and tribal organizations and the insular areas.
SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

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Table 9.J2.1—Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program funds: Federal net allocations and amounts
carried over, fiscal years 1982–2000 (in dollars)
Amount of regular
federal allocation

Amount of supplemental
federal allocation

Carried over to
following fiscal year

1982...................................................................................................
1983...................................................................................................
1984...................................................................................................

1,855,265,713
1,954,327,406
2,052,395,279

123,000,000
0
2,200,000

167,622,219
126,734,742
160,512,007

1985...................................................................................................
1986...................................................................................................
1987...................................................................................................
1988...................................................................................................
1989...................................................................................................

2,078,044,805
1,988,842,779
1,804,751,604
1,516,388,203
1,369,642,868

0
0
0
0
0

103,191,230
100,034,095
128,664,885
76,987,683
68,307,592

1990...................................................................................................
1991...................................................................................................
1992...................................................................................................
1993...................................................................................................
1994...................................................................................................

1,379,023,013
1,400,498,244
1,460,448,621
1,307,182,655
1,397,090,175

49,700,470
193,443,923
24,431,796
23,663,576
322,170,703

53,923,488
73,292,715
78,189,483
36,828,086
91,639,371

1995...................................................................................................
1996...................................................................................................
1997...................................................................................................
1998...................................................................................................
1999...................................................................................................
2000 a ................................................................................................

1,855,265,713
867,303,740
964,896,037
964,167,635
1,060,819,242
1,059,828,175

123,000,000
178,061,574
211,876,438
150,896,688
174,599,382
731,648,623

167,622,219
81,479,264
59,564,206
55,654,317
42,151,190
58,888,497

Fiscal year

a. Net of set-asides to direct-grant Indian tribes and tribal organizations and the insular areas.
SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

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Table 9.J3—Estimated home energy assistance obligations, by type of assistance, and state, fiscal
year 2000 (in dollars)
Heating
assistance
benefits

State
United States .....................

aa

818,811,085

b

b

Cooling
assistance
benefits

Crisis
assistance
benefits

Weatherization
assistance
benefits
158,628,023

72,445,852

249,906,169

Alabama........................................
Alaska ..........................................
Arizona ........................................
Arkansas .......................................
California .....................................

5,057,246
4,378,047
a 2,437,174
3,430,504
a 24,466,678

5,301,358
...
558,821
...

3,668,825
313,064
768,120
2,107,775
20,551,144

Colorado ......................................
Connecticut ..................................
Delaware.......................................
District of Columbia.......................
Florida ...........................................

16,282,346
25,793,926
2,475,566
2,410,867
4,033,065

...
...
451,100
...
2,118,153

741,125
4,721,599
541,741
321,178
8,222,185

2,403,941
...
976,890
627,950
1,930,409

Georgia .........................................
Hawaii ...........................................
Idaho.............................................
Illinois ............................................
Indiana ..........................................

8,860,773
1,233,279
3,516,734
31,254,373
24,513,163

4,212,039
...
8,299,663
558,576

...
92,626
1,073,953
2,689,041
1,666,638

1,728,121
...
1,511,044
1,314,564
3,399,771

Iowa ..............................................
Kansas ..........................................
Kentucky .......................................
Louisiana.......................................
Maine ...........................................

14,723,811
7,851,772
8,514,968
1,801,541
23,615,093

...
...
...
5,404,626
...

1,032,331
1,992,822
4,193,528
7,424,626
778,232

3,306,401
2,328,919
1,979,733
1,412,204
4,040,698

Maryland ......................................
Massachusetts ..............................
Michigan........................................
Minnesota .....................................
Mississippi.....................................

21,348,585
49,195,446
46,264,148
33,985,357
9,660,999

d

. ..
3,236,272

500,000
5,014,311
9,522,484
6,665,237
557,682

440,000
4,536,061
976,125
1,988,479
...

Missouri.........................................
Montana .......................................
Nebraska.......................................
Nevada..........................................
New Hampshire ............................

16,423,409
5,245,695
3,969,273
1,055,326
14,000,554

...
...
511,807
1,032,000
...

11,192,825
236,339
4,243,239
1,906
652,784

...
1,704,167
1,160,632
...
1,153,310

New Jersey ...................................
New Mexico ..................................
New York.......................................
North Carolina...............................
North Dakota.................................

47,645,967
3,480,187
99,816,780
12,995,982
5,287,548

2,800,000
...
...
...
...

5,600,000
712,810
59,996,724
15,749,609
1,496,841

3,585,000
834,992
32,892,917
2,988,114
1,800,000

Ohio ..............................................
Oklahoma......................................
Oregon ..........................................
Pennsylvania.................................
Rhode Island.................................

29,299,022
4,968,369
9,970,424
63,373,566
7,944,003

...
1,173,450
...
...
...

19,486,341
851,510
46,648
18,561,434
2,039,598

5,538,351
700,964
2,979,307
10,563,968
2,031,178

South Carolina ..............................
South Dakota ................................
Tennessee.....................................
Texas.............................................
Utah ..............................................

7,537,013
5,332,922
11,149,500
6,448,699
5,620,367

...
...
2,914,629
27,691,470
...

3,312,423
49,961
1,729,000
3,793,352
654,992

1,714,827
857,249
2,105,750
3,689,484
1,272,253

Vermont ........................................
Virginia ..........................................
Washington ...................................
West Virginia.................................
Wisconsin .....................................
Wyoming .......................................

6,339,920
21,950,738
16,187,566
5,308,080
28,091,879
2,262,835

...
3,331,542
...
...
...
...

1,606,126
1,962,832
898,849
2,603,986
7,110,895
154,878

1,170,000
4,281,573
3,535,619
2,319,187
8,030,866
864,740

b

b

2,850,346
d d

700,999
3,510,865
596,149
1,301,372
19,842,880

c

a. Includes funds for households that received combined heating and cooling assistance in Arizona, and California; households that received energy assistance in Hawaii with
no differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance.
b. Excludes funds for households that received combined heating and cooling assistance in Arizona, and California; households that received energy assistance in Hawaii with
no differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance.
c. Includes $1.9 million in state funds.
d. Excludes funds for households that received expedited heating assistance for winter crisis situations.
SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ admistrative data.
NOTES: Includes federal LIHEAP appropriated funds and non-federal funds operated through the LIHEAP program.
. . . = not applicable.
CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

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Table 9.J3.1—Estimated home energy assistance obligations, by type of assistance, fiscal years 1982–2000
(in dollars)
Heating
assistance
benefits

Cooling
assistance
benefits

Crisis
assistance
benefits

Weatherization
assistance
benefits

1982..............................................
1983..............................................
1984..............................................

1,124,476,630
1,343,267,155
1,372,772,591

51,498,572
33,020,830
32,374,067

138,941,133
191,771,756
225,795,893

136,195,046
195,463,612
186,662,906

1985..............................................
1986..............................................
1987..............................................
1988..............................................
1989..............................................

1,466,721,924
1,351,903,078
1,280,302,113
1,145,560,993
1,017,024,757

29,135,118
35,620,945
29,581,262
21,151,405
12,341,113

191,407,205
199,178,003
197,719,071
190,046,023
187,442,779

227,096,051
193,420,839
220,419,633
170,292,505
147,952,928

1990..............................................
1991..............................................
1992..............................................
1993..............................................
1994..............................................

1,030,150,903
1,098,583,280
990,903,081
948,596,196
1,062,552,111

25,007,676
27,416,776
22,645,002
22,274,975
24,862,635

188,844,316
220,795,517
197,218,623
183,189,522
225,583,805

133,479,484
129,279,737
134,816,010
146,444,590
214,342,289

1995..............................................
1996..............................................
1997..............................................
1998..............................................
1999..............................................
2000..............................................

884,846,144
696,801,144
749,704,757
633,618,243
684,600,568
818,811,085

43,883,481
17,597,204
18,755,118
62,178,981
72,294,009
72,445,852

212,713,182
167,622,219
176,095,176
212,043,081
210,175,301
249,906,169

159,076,150
135,835,358
153,589,045
138,217,577
145,039,987
158,628,023

Fiscal year

SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
NOTE: Includes federal LIHEAP appropriated funds and non-federal funds operated through the LIHEAP program.
CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

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