Pursuant to Michigan Administrative Code Rule 460.744, DTE Energy and Consumers Energy customers who have been without power for more than 120 hours still must take action and *apply* for a $25 outage credit even though the utilities know very well how long most customers have been without power with smart meters and could automatically apply the credit to bills. Below are links to the utility webpages to apply online for your outage credit.
MPSC flyer & Rule 460.744:
Need more information on finding affordable housing, paying your heat bill, food assistance, or weatherizing your home? Dedicated NEMCSA staff will be in Gaylord at the United Way office today from 10-3 to help answer any questions you might have. Hope to see you there!
A shout out to PNC Volunteers who earned $1,500 for Indian River Head Start! See the link to the Cheboygan Daily Tribune for the complete story! http://www.cheboygannews.com/news/20170228/pnc-volunteers-earn-1500-for-indian-river-head-start
Do you know what the PATH program is? PATH empowers people to take an active role in managing a chronic or long-term health condition. Workshops meet for 6 weeks in 2 1/2 hour sessions. Adults with any chronic condition such as arthritis, heart disease, emphysema, depression, etc. benefit from creating personal action plans to achieve practical goals in managing their conditions. Contact us at Aging@nemcsa.org for a list of workshops.
Need more information on finding affordable housing, paying your heat bill, food assistance, or weatherizing your home? Dedicated NEMCSA staff will be at the Cheboygan DHHS office today from 10-3 to help answer any questions you might have. Hope to see you there!
Low- and moderate-income Michigan families can put hundreds or even thousands of dollars back into their household budgets by using free tax-filing help and making sure they file for all available credits and deductions this tax season. Money Back in Michigan explains these credits in an easy-to-read format that can be accessed by clicking on the link below:
Need more information on finding affordable housing, paying your heat bill, food assistance, or weatherizing your home? Dedicated NEMCSA staff will be at the Mio Michigan Works office today from 10-3 to help answer any questions you might have. Hope to see you there!
** JOB OPENING **
Are you interested in a career with NEMCSA?
We have a position available in Vassar for a Bus Driver.
Only applications received through the Career section at www.nemcsa.org will be accepted.
Transport participants to and from activity center and drive bus for outings and field trips. Ensure that children are transported safely and that no child is ever left unattended on the bus.
Working approximately 25 hours weekly through the school year, wage $13.50; normal working hours are Monday through Thursday 6:30 am – 8:15 am, 10 am – 1:00 pm and 2:45 pm – 4:15 with occasional hours on Friday for training and make-up days.
To view complete job description and apply: visit our Career section at www.nemcsa.org. Applications will be accepted through February 1, 2017 at 4:30 pm.
Would you like to make a difference in your community? learn new things? Solve puzzles? Meet new people? Have fun?
Join the MMAP Volunteer Team and help your community. Call today for more information 1-800-803-7174!
Are you in need of the following: a place to live, affordable housing, help paying for gas, electric, propane or firewood, food assitance, weatherization for your home? Please stop and visit with one of our NEMCSA team membera at this event.
If you are in the Alpena area and need assistance with housing, affordable home ownership, helping to pay for heat, food assistance, and home weatherization, stop and visit with our friendly NEMCSA team tomorrow at the Alpena DHHS office from 10am-3pm.