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National Organization Links

 
Campaign for Home Energy Assistance
Also, known as the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, the campaign is a nonprofit organization located in Washington DC that advocates for low-income energy assistance.
 
Community Action Program Legal Services, Inc. (CAPLAW)
The mission of CAPLAW is to provide effective legal education and assistance that enables Community Action Agencies to enhance their capacity to operate legally sound organizations.
 
Economic Opportunity Studies
Located in Washington DC, Economic Opportunity Studies (EOS) is a nonprofit organization that provides analysis of low-income and energy-related programs, including Weatherization. Most of EOS' online publications are listed under "Recent Work."
 
LIHEAP Clearinghouse
The LIHEAP Clearinghouse has documented the funding history of the Low-Income Heating Assistance Program in great detail.
 
National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP)
Member organization for state directors of the WAP and the Health and Human Services, Community Services Block Grant. Also the parent organization for the WAP Technical Assistance Center.
 
National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO)
NASEO is the only national non-profit organization whose membership includes the governor-designated energy officials from each state and territory.
 
National Community Action Foundation (NCAF)
Private, non-profit organization advocates for low-income programs on behalf of community action agencies and state and regional associations.
 
National Governors Association (NGA)
The National Governors Association is the collective voice of the nation's governors and one of Washington, D.C.'s, most respected public policy organizations.
 
National Low-Income Energy Consortium (NLIEC)
NLIEC is a non-profit organization made up of representatives from government, the private-sector, nonprofit organizations and individuals for the purpose of reducing the residential energy hardships and crises faced by low-income consumers. NLIEC has a national conference, local projects, and helps foster regional coalitions addressing low-income energy issues.
 
State Energy Advisory Board
The State Energy Advisory Board consists of at least eight state energy office directors and four state weatherization program directors whose purpose is to advise DOE about energy policies that affect the states. It serves to provide consistence between state, local, and national energy programs. It reports yearly to Congress on its activities and recommendations.



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