Sometimes we all need a little help. Take advantage of our financial assistance programs designed to lend a hand when you need it most.
If you need help paying off a large or past-due balance, a Deferred Payment Arrangement may be an option to consider.
If eligible, you may extend your bill due date by up to 21 calendar days.
If you have experienced a hardship such as job loss, illness, military deployment or disability, you may qualify for help with past-due electric bills.
If you are an active military or veteran customer who has fallen behind on your electric bill, we proudly offer payment assistance options to help.
Powering your home can take a toll on your budget. Federal and state-funded programs are available to help you manage your energy bills.
Smart Assistance Manager helps you understand what's offered, recommends the best fit, and walks you through the application process.
Small business owners can get help with past-due electric bills. You may qualify for a grant toward a past-due balance with help available for any remaining amount.
Hardships can affect anyone. We offer grants to help nonprofit organizations who are having trouble paying past-due electric bills. See if your organization is eligible.
Learn about additional federal, state, and local resources designed to provide relief in times of need.
Find your nearest Community Action Agency to apply for programs such as LIHEAP, PIPP and our Residential Special Hardship.
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Social service and community organizations can receive free resources to educate members about LIHEAP, PIPP and ComEd’s CARE Program. View Details