The Oklahoma Regular Energy Assistance Program (REAP) is a non-crisis assistance program that helps Oklahoma residents make one payment per federal tax year for home heating costs, primary fuel source, and one price per year. Federal tax. The primary fuel used to heat the building during the winter months in November and January. The primary fuel for heating the building occurs during the summer months, from June to August.


During the winter months of November and January, this is the primary fuel used to heat the building. Solar panels will be used during the summer months between June and August to generate the primary heat source for the installation. We encourage you to submit your application online at during the open application period. You may need to provide verification documents for assistance.

OKDHS Live benefits

The Energy Crisis Assistance Program (ECAP) is an emergency program available only between March and May to help Oklahoma residents set up new services, troubleshoot or avoid outages, and start fueling. During the ECAP open application period, we recommend applying online at OKHDSLive offers the following benefits:

View My Cases: Registered customers can view data about their current benefits or check the status of a top-up or benefit request.

Reload or reopen: Current recipients can reset qualifications or reopen grocery, daycare, or SoonerCare services.

Screening: Residents can cut to the chase and complete a quick online screening to see if they are eligible for benefits in any case.

Participate in the Customer Survey: Recipients can participate in the Oklahoma Department of Social Services’ online summary of customer reviews.

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Ready for Work: Provides integrated services to help Oklahoma residents get back to work quickly, reduce the risk of future job loss, and advance their careers.

Homeless Alliance: works to remove barriers to traditional employment and develop time management, money management, and soft skills to provide voice and employment opportunities for people affected by roaming.

ReMerge: It is a court-ordered program that allows clients to participate in various services to help them become self-reliant, tax-paying community citizens and break the cycle of intergenerational poverty, addiction, and incarceration.

Employment Opportunity Center (CEO): It provides those newly released from prison with the ongoing support they need to develop their professional capital and financial stability. It should be possible for everyone to live a better life for themselves, their families, and their communities, regardless of their past.