WAP Application Instructions
Applying for the Alaska WAP is a fairly easy process, all one needs to do is to contact their local Alaska WAP agency, and setup an appointment for an interview.
During the interview the applicant will fill an application form, provide documentation and answer several oral questions aimed at determining their eligibility to the program. A list of Alaska WAP local agencies is available on this link: www.ahfc.us/energy-programs/weatherization/ (Alaska WAP Local Area Agencies)
Upon successful completion of the process, you will start receiving the benefits of the Alaska Weatherization Assistance program (WAP).
In order to qualify for the Alaska Weatherization assistance Program (WAP), applicants need to meet a set of program eligibility requirements. These program eligibility requirements are based on applicant’s household income, area of residence and participation in other social service programs.
Alaska Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP)-Income Eligibility Requirements
In order to qualify for the Alaska WAP, applicants need to have an income that is less than or equal to the specified income maximum depending on the household. These income guidelines are based on the gross income before tax and are available on this link: www.ahfc.us/FY2013_HUD_Income_Limits.pdf (Alaska WAP Income Eligibility Guidelines)
Alaska Weatherization Assistance program (WAP) - Residential Eligibility Requirements
Applicants to the Alaska Weatherization Assistance Program must be residents of the locality from which they are applying for, and should either be US nationals or registered legal aliens.
Participation in Other Social Service Programs
Applicants for the Alaska Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) who are either receiving Aid for families with children, or are participating in other social service programs such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are considered automatically eligible for the program.