(PUBLIC NEWS SERVICE) – Community Action Agencies in Ohio are gearing up for what could be a busy season for cooling assistance. The Home Energy Assistance Summer Crisis Program helps low-income Ohioans struggling to stay cool by providing money to be used toward an electric bill or central air conditioning repairs. Jennifer Wood, director of community engagement for IMPACT Community Action, noted with Ohio already seeing several days temperatures near 100 degrees, the need is great and growing. “We’re talking about folks living paycheck to paycheck, working two or three jobs,” Wood pointed out.
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