Your Louisiana housing connection

About Liheap

The Louisiana Housing Corporation’s mission is to ensure that every Louisiana resident is granted an opportunity to obtain safe, affordable, energy-efficient housing.

We administer federal and state funds through programs designed to advance the development of energy efficient and affordable housing for working families, drive housing policy for Louisiana and oversee the state’s Disaster Housing Task Force.

Income Guidelines

Income guidelines since 1982 for the 48 contiguous states and the District of Columbia can be calculated by addition using the figures shown below. (This simple calculation procedure gives correct guideline figures for each year, but it is not identical to the procedure by which the income guidelines are calculated from the icome thresholds each year; see an example calculation.) Before 1982, the income guidelines were issued by the Office of Economic Opportunity/Community Services Administration.

Our Passionate People

Central Office

8838 Hwy 165
Oberlin, LA 70655
Ph: 337.639.4348/2027
Fax: 337.639.2009

For Help After Hours Call 211

Lyndon Livingston

Executive Head Start Director

Meredith Granger

Executive Secretary

Vickie Tunwar

Liheap/EO Officer/Fiscal Clerk

Roxy Prudhomme

Qualifications for the Program

Louisiana Housing Corporation (LHC) and the Louisiana Department of Health’s (LDH) Healthy Homes and Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program have partnered in the administration of the Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Grant. The objective of the grant is to create healthy living conditions for children under the age of six, educating the public on hazards of lead poisoning, identifying children with a Blood-Lead Level (BLL) greater than 5 (five) and leveraging other resources such as Weatherization Assistance funding, when possible, to make additional improvements to the dwelling.