Qualify for Relief for Energy Assistance through Community Help (REACH)

Following are details on how a customer may be eligible for the program.

 

  • Customer must have a residential account with PG&E in the name of an adult living in the household
  • Customer must demonstrate an uncontrollable or unplanned change in their ability to pay their PG&E bill 
  • Customer must not live in subsidized housing (Exceptions: Seniors, permanently disabled or terminally ill) 
  • Customer must not have received REACH assistance within the past 18 months 
  • Customer income must not exceed the REACH income guidelines, which are currently 200 percent above the federal poverty guidelines 
  • Customer must have received either a 15-day or a 48-hour disconnection notice 
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    NOTE: This is not an all-inclusive list and is subject to periodic modifications.

Number of persons in householdTotal gross annual household income*

1-2

$32,040 or less

3

$40,320 or less

4

$48,600 or less

5

$56,880 or less

6

$65,160 or less

7

$73,460 or less

8

$81,780 or less

9

$90,100 or less

10

$98,420 or less

Each additional person, add

$8,320

*Before taxes based on current income sources.

 

***All guidelines are established by The Salvation Army and approved by PG&E***