The CoServ Charitable Foundation donates tens of thousands of dollars every quarter to social service agencies to assist qualifying CoServ customers during tough times.
If you need help paying your utilities, contact the social service agency below that serves your community. If you're not sure which agency to call, click here for an interactive map to find one that can serve your needs.
CCF-funded social service agencies:
All Community Outreach
Christian Community Action
Community Lifeline Center
Frisco Family Services
Texas Neighborhood Services
Texoma Council of Governments
Volunteers in Service to Others (VISTO)
Other Financial Resources:
The Brazos Electric Ratepayer Hardship Fund provides bill credits to eligible low-income residential Members to help offset some of the financial impacts due to the high costs incurred during Winter Storm Uri. Click here for additional information about the program, including eligibility requirements, and to submit your application
U.S. military veterans burned in combat and living in the CoServ Electric service area may qualify for bill-payment assistance from May to October in conjunction with Senate Bill 981. Download the eligibility requirements and application here.
Texas Department of Community Affairs
Comprehensive Energy Assistance Program
Weatherization Assistance Program
If you need additional time to pay your bill, you can also request a payment due-date extension.
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