9.

J Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Table 9.J1—Number of households receiving home energy assistance, by state and type of assistance,
fiscal year 2003
Energy crisis intervention
Heating

Cooling

Winter

Summer

Low-cost residential
weatherization and energyrelated home repair

4,424,100

493,694

1,142,314

71,360

111,000

48,339
7,286
27,646
48,982
b 139,877

20,232
...

10,065
990
3,322
20,715
59,480

13,391
...
...
...
...

463
724
817
558
20,740

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

83,171
79,496
13,198
b
12,955
24,793

...
...
1,941

1,584
22,361
3,892
1,165
33,861

...
...
...
...
25,287

2,993
...
252
255
855

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

83,131
6,627
29,867
165,021
128,984

...
43,019
34,478

...
...
4,961
14,331
34,446

...
481
...
1,241
...

992
...
1,358
5,685
943

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

77,853
38,346
111,988
15,958
45,289

...
...
...
31,342
...

2,306
2,773
65,774
510
3,580

1,186
...
...
...
...

2,162
819
683
233
1,511

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

77,828
136,425
334,817
122,327
30,536

...
...
...
...
32,012

9,385
11,350
g 28,502
33,943
...

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

...
7,836
3,406
1,533
116

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

104,453
17,481
27,184
15,597
27,131

...
...
5,045
...

54,130
382
32,627
d
82
d
3,767

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

...
988
610
...
461

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

151,333
37,594
724,571
166,117
14,243

34,506
...
...
...
...

28,286
13,105
154,371
81,753
1,993

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

1,191
168
12,095
900
1,634

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

275,506
77,959
58,931
305,681
25,983

...
15,486
...
152,688
...

139,189
7,218
3,199
108,621
3,996

29,774
...
...
...
...

6,626
342
3,010
7,367
643

27,505
16,075
42,799
19,315
32,725

10,391
...
13,083
32,752
...

11,685
698
6,681
33,529
3,558

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

780
566
2,285
3,055
614

State
United States a
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

b

b

c

...

c

c

35,903
...
c

h

d

d,e
f

(Continued)

Annual Statistical Supplement, 2005 ♦ 9.19

9.J Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Table 9.J1—Number of households receiving home energy assistance, by state and type of assistance,
fiscal year 2003—Continued
Energy crisis intervention
State

Heating

Cooling

Winter

Summer

Low-cost residential
weatherization and energyrelated home repair

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

18,079
92,311
50,527
64,017
131,676
8,567

...
30,816
...
...
...
...

10,437
19,436
13,011
14,714
24,822
1,728

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

1,395
1,980
4,135
1,253
3,873
95

d

SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
NOTE: . . . = not applicable.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.

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.
Includes households that received combined heating and cooling assistance in Arizona, California, and the District of Columbia and households that received energy
assistance in Hawaii with no differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance. States reported those households under heating assistance.
Excludes households that received combined heating and cooling assistance in Arizona, California, and the District of Columbia and households that received energy
assistance in Hawaii with no differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance. States reported those households under heating assistance.
Households in winter crisis situations received expedited heating assistance.
Winter crisis number is an estimate of the number of households served through state’s shelter program. Data are unavailable for those households that received
expedited heating assistance in winter crisis situations but did not complete the application process to receive their remaining heating assistance benefits.
Winter crisis data include 214 households served through the state’s Homeless Prevention Program.
Data unavailable for those Heating Tax Credit households whose heating assistance applications were processed after the end of fiscal year 2003.
Households received either heating or cooling assistance or both.

CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

9.20 ♦ Annual Statistical Supplement, 2005

9.J Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Table 9.J1.1—Number of households receiving home energy assistance, by state and type of assistance,
fiscal years 1982–2003
Energy crisis intervention
Year

Heating a

Cooling a

Winter

Summer

Low-cost residential
weatherization and 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

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

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

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

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

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

2000
2001
2002
2003

3,604,295
4,380,375
4,090,879
4,424,100

318,438
249,848
570,490
493,694

925,311
1,355,560
999,444
1,142,314

88,339
86,795
107,992
71,360

90,985
97,447
93,272
111,000

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.
. . . = not applicable.
a.

Several states either provide combined heating and cooling assistance or do not differentiate between heating and cooling assistance. The data for those states are
included only in the Heating category.

CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

Annual Statistical Supplement, 2005 ♦ 9.21

9.J Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Table 9.J2—Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program funds: Federal net allocations and amounts
carried over, by state, fiscal year 2003 (in dollars)
State
United States a

Regular
federal allocation

Supplemental
federal allocation

Carry-over to
following fiscal year

1,740,699,610

198,128,175

79,322,683

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

15,037,406
6,461,563
6,719,049
11,538,907
80,557,702

1,085,372
1,299,683
462,357
793,720
5,549,752

977,962
750,918
0
0
0

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida

28,286,063
36,900,168
4,897,787
5,730,657
23,921,605

1,953,881
6,908,830
867,954
537,929
1,942,341

3,230,361
188,313
288,287
508,613
0

18,918,547
1,905,202
10,852,502
102,133,292
46,236,422

1,396,842
130,604
985,043
7,487,253
3,960,848

89,752
20,358
205,198
0
0

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

32,773,095
15,040,700
24,064,746
15,460,066
23,031,682

2,742,905
1,037,998
2,011,539
1,071,167
5,567,518

3,397,771
0
0
0
127,562

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

28,253,992
73,783,030
96,519,935
69,858,956
12,943,222

3,808,774
12,272,222
8,362,344
7,626,531
901,208

2,102,592
2,726,908
10,488,228
1,178,205
69,222

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

40,796,025
10,982,095
16,203,953
3,434,814
13,971,211

2,957,449
870,335
1,230,905
263,451
2,951,570

6,899,463
681,897
1,560,603
240,236
353,850

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

68,352,159
8,469,606
223,409,992
32,808,048
11,340,928

10,330,192
583,707
36,711,213
4,651,264
1,270,000

6,689,000
746,698
7,463,513
1,519,191
1,274,311

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

90,352,162
12,729,045
21,757,435
120,181,131
12,115,542

7,797,095
871,518
2,021,690
16,469,576
2,046,693

8,246,320
996,365
1,511,462
3,977,293
0

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

12,010,060
9,387,799
24,377,072
39,807,774
12,906,413

1,367,982
989,821
2,007,525
2,735,094
942,294

882,636
1,037,762
1,591,806
0
1,061,824

Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

10,471,920
34,416,521
34,597,075
15,925,469
62,883,091
5,185,974

2,128,885
4,653,087
3,060,200
1,429,584
6,661,621
360,809

0
3,896,961
646,258
1,323,299
0
371,685

Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
a.

Net of set-asides to direct-grant Indian tribes and tribal organizations and the insular areas.

CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

9.22 ♦ Annual Statistical Supplement, 2005

9.J Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Table 9.J2.1—Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program funds: Federal net allocations and amounts
carried over, fiscal years 1982–2003 (in dollars)
Year

Regular
federal allocation

Supplemental
federal allocation

Carry-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

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

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

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

2000
2001
2002
2003 a

1,059,828,175
1,357,793,477
1,653,568,175
1,740,699,610

731,648,623
451,391,311
99,387,492
198,128,175

58,888,497
70,117,647
59,061,927
79,322,683

SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
a.

Net of set-asides to direct-grant Indian tribes and tribal organizations and the insular areas.

CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

Annual Statistical Supplement, 2005 ♦ 9.23

9.J Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Table 9.J3—Estimated home energy assistance obligations, by state and type of assistance,
fiscal year 2003 (in dollars)
State
United States
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana

Heating
a

1,142,206,816

b

Cooling

Energy crisis
intervention

Weatherization

73,305,309

378,285,174

222,380,683

6,661,172
4,616,333
a 5,763,520
5,044,363
a 29,913,604

2,952,081
...

3,839,707
700,155
330,218
3,862,397
c 25,137,333

714,234
1,400,000
1,264,563
1,849,894
20,359,653

22,316,236
33,984,977
3,972,598
a
4,040,751
3,506,107

...
...
356,926

b

b

5,040,028

1,088,686
10,562,969
1,204,896
325,000
13,367,032

d

4,559,299
...
140,000
970,288
3,067,127

...
6,779,916
4,247,903

2,179,008
...
1,613,607
13,466,928
3,604,000

23,605,876
13,763,344
11,417,031
5,376,420
20,643,290

...
...
...
7,424,580
...

1,382,267
g
171,139
8,180,442
g
243,967
734,576

5,327,400
2,143,300
3,926,246
2,087,109
4,521,330

29,827,590
69,458,858
71,811,295
50,009,871
5,422,568

...
...
...
...
5,643,898

g

6,135,936
19,862,905
i 14,753,791
...

...
5,411,455
6,977,522
3,178,312
1,000,000

19,487,776
7,038,252
4,951,475
4,240,049
14,690,560

...
...
458,702
...
...

19,274,943
310,969
9,523,068
41,000

New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota

57,860,247
4,620,120
147,375,410
11,249,788
6,919,966

3,452,000
...
...
...
...

11,729,000
1,731,340
58,407,779
21,218,907
j 2,394,609

3,246,000
1,050,000
39,018,180
5,618,897
1,891,639

Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island

46,186,452
7,394,296
15,714,218
72,734,252
10,346,647

...
2,378,420
...
6,920,876
...

35,459,961
920,808
1,055,956
48,591,699
738,958

13,250,150
1,045,955
d
4,505,686
17,094,000
1,343,406

South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah

3,603,018
6,745,453
13,361,589
9,828,410
8,606,973

2,402,012
...
3,720,714
15,705,624
...

6,046,626
k
386,447
2,343,960
4,513,076
l
2,289,000

1,201,006
1,556,643
2,189,197
6,729,600
2,077,306

a

Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine

Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire

h

...

e

d

...
45,919
1,100,462
10,556,974
f 4,417,750

Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi

16,097,563
1,784,043
8,150,358
69,803,795
38,727,392

b

...

b

g

d

...
2,780,026
2,278,962
...
300,000

(Continued)

9.24 ♦ Annual Statistical Supplement, 2005

9.J Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Table 9.J3—Estimated home energy assistance obligations, by state and type of assistance,
fiscal year 2003 (in dollars)—Continued
State
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Heating

Cooling

9,688,455
18,476,549
26,573,363
10,549,746
45,057,340
3,187,457

...
5,821,629
...
...
...
...

Energy crisis
intervention

Weatherization

1,680,661
6,036,063
616,219
3,172,673
11,340,670
456,261

593,000
5,376,205
d
5,505,686
2,149,938
10,431,606
d
1,386,695

m

SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
NOTES: Includes federal LIHEAP appropriated funds and nonfederal funds operated through the LIHEAP program.
. . . = not applicable.
a.

Includes funds for households that received combined heating and cooling assistance in Arizona, California, and the District of Columbia and households that
received energy assistance in Hawaii with no differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance. States reported those households under heating
assistance.
b. Excludes funds for households that received combined heating and cooling assistance in Arizona, California, and the District of Columbia and households that
received energy assistance in Hawaii with no differentiation made between heating and cooling assistance. States reported those households under heating
assistance.
c. Crisis assistance includes $9,592,205 for emergency furnace repair and replacement.
d. California, Colorado, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming received waivers for fiscal year 2003 that increased from 15 percent to up to 25 percent the maximum amount of LIHEAP funds allotted or available for weatherization or other energy-related home repair. Some states may appear to exceed the 15 percent limit by
using leveraging incentive awards for weatherization activities.
e. Crisis assistance includes $6,490,316 for Safety Net Benefits of up to $200 per authorization to households that had exhausted their heating assistance and winter
crisis benefits, were in a life-threatening situation, and were unable to secure shelter with adequate heat.
f. Crisis assistance includes $870,053 for Summer Fill program.
g. Households in crisis situations received expedited fuel assistance.
h. Heating assistance includes $314,939 for state’s shelter program.
i. Crisis assistance includes $5,742,447 for energy emergency related repairs, the Reach Out For Warmth Program, and flood disaster. Total funds includes $1,870,442
used for state’s eHeat Project to develop a management information system for LIHEAP program.
j. Crisis assistance includes $2,008,361 for emergency repairs and replacements, and purchase of air conditioners.
k. Crisis assistance includes $57,967 for emergency repairs and weatherization, and purchase of air conditioners.
l. Crisis assistance includes $1,000,000 for emergency repairs and replacements.
m. Crisis assistance includes $10,927 for General Assistance households’ energy crises.
CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

Annual Statistical Supplement, 2005 ♦ 9.25

9.J Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Table 9.J3.1—Estimated home energy assistance obligations, by type of assistance,
fiscal years 1982–2003 (in dollars)
Year

Heating a

Cooling a

Energy intervention crisis

Weatherization

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

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

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

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

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

2000
2001
2002
2003

818,811,085
1,302,453,006
1,039,287,196
1,142,206,816

72,445,852
54,735,350
77,732,865
73,305,309

249,906,169
474,281,110
268,262,280
378,285,174

158,628,023
234,197,220
213,987,850
222,380,683

SOURCE: Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, U.S. Administration for Children and Families’ administrative data.
NOTE: Includes federal LIHEAP appropriated funds and nonfederal funds operated through the LIHEAP program.
a.

Several states either provide combined heating and cooling assistance or do not differentiate between heating and cooling assistance. The data for those states are
included only in the Heating category.

CONTACT: Leon Litow (202) 401-5304.

9.26 ♦ Annual Statistical Supplement, 2005