Are you struggling to pay your electric bills? Would you like to help those who may need assistance? CEMC offers programs to help those in need in our community.
Resources to help with your bill
We all struggle sometimes. CEMC works with local assistance agencies across our service area that help with utility payments. See below for a complete list.
We also offer several programs to help you navigate paying your bill, from levelized payments and prepaid billing to picking your due date.
Local Assistance Agencies
CEMC works with the following agencies in each of our service counties.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
LIHEAP is a federally funded grant program that helps low-income households meet their immediate home energy needs. LIHEAP funds are distributed through these local community service agencies:
- Cheatham County Mid Cumberland: (615) 742-1113 ext. 1100
- Clarksville-Montgomery County Community Action Agency: (931) 896-1800
- Robertson County Mid Cumberland: (615) 742-1113 ext. 7400
- Sumner County Mid Cumberland: (615) 742-1113 ext. 8300
- Stewart County Highland Rim: (931) 232-5184
CEMC, in cooperation with local energy assistance agencies, offers the Project Help program. The program allows members to contribute an additional $1.00 on their electric bills each month to help pay the utility bills of the elderly, disabled and/or those who are not economically self-sufficient. Project Help is a voluntary program. All money collected from Project Help goes to energy assistance agencies in our communities that determine how these special funds are distributed.
Here’s how the Project Help program works
Information on how you can help provide relief to those in need.