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What is Weatherization

The Oklahoma Department of Commerce awards grant funds to non-profit organizations for the purpose of improving the energy efficiency of low-income homes statewide.  These programs also provide for training and technical assistance in the area of housing energy efficiency. Funds for these programs come from the U.S. Department of Energy as well as The Department of Human Services. 

INCA Community Services Weatherization Program provides assistance for families who are unable to pay high utility bills by ensuring that their homes will have improved energy efficiency after the weatherization is completed.  Low income families save an estimated 25% on their energy bills, making more of their income available for other uses. This is achieved by stopping air infiltration through the weatherization process.

To expand the supply of decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing within Atoka, Johnston, Marshall, and Murray Counties. 

The purpose of the program is to “seal” the envelope of the house and therefore make the home more  efficient.  

INCA Community Services, Inc. does not discriminate against any individual or group of individuals on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, Veteran, family or marital status in its employment practices or in the administration and/or operation of programs and activities.

Eligibility Requirements

Must meet current income guidelines
Must rent or own your home
Must meet the inspection and needs assessment guideline 
Must be located in Atoka, Johnston, Marshall, or Murray Counties

Income Guidelines

Family Size Annual Income (200 %)
1 $24,280
2 $32,920
3 $41,560
4 $50,200
5 $58,840
6 $67,480
7 $76,120
8 $84,760

(Effective January 13, 2018) 
*For families with more than 8 persons, add $8,640 for each additional person. 


Assistance Provided
Weatherization Assistance provides a wide variety of cost-effective energy efficiency measures involving heating and energy-consuming appliances.  

Weatherization service providers check major energy systems to ensure occupant safety. 

Specific services include the installation of energy-efficient measures when needed, such as attic insulation, caulking, weather stripping, air sealing, heating and cooling adjustments. 

A thorough energy audit is conducted on each home to determine energy conserving measures that will be installed.

Disclaimer:  Weatherization assistance is contingent upon availability of funds and housing needs.


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