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impact in the

                                 2018                                  COMMUNITY




                             Serving the Counties of Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Benito, San Mateo, and the City and County of San Francisco
                                     In 2019, LIHEAP and Weatherization services will be offered in Marin and Santa Clara Counties


                         Total LIHEAP Payment Assistance benefits disbursed to low-income households


                      $6,437,172.34










            18,047                                                                         6,382




             Total number of low-income                                                Households received assistance
               households that received                                                 to prevent disconnection or to
               LIHEAP benefits in 2018                                                       restore utility services






                 14,640                                        3,721                                 10,329


         persons 60 years of age or older          children 5 years of age & under            persons living with a disability






                        $17,835                                                             2.5


                   Average yearly household income                                  Average household size




                        $107.52                                                     $356.69


                Average household monthly energy cost                   Average payment assistance benefit amount






                                                       invested in

                      $2.1



                    million


                                                   THE WEATHERIZATION OF


                                                   LOW-INCOME DWELLINGS                                    995




                *These charts reflect the value of direct service. CCES also positively impacts communities in the region through employment and job training investments
                and local services, materials and supplies purchases. CCES is not funded through donations and does not compete with other not-for-profit organizations.
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