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Severe Weather Preparation and Safety Tips
EnergyCare provides year-round client assistance and refers callers to agencies that provide utility assistance, counsels callers on how to stay safe and well in cold weather, provides blankets and heaters for persons who are ill, persons who are elderly and have low incomes, and who families with young children who are ill, provides minor furnace repair for older adults who have low incomes and own their homes, provides weatherization kits for families with low incomes who are physically able to install the kits, weatherizes homes to keep persons who elderly, ill or disabled safe and help them conserve precious financial resources and energy. EnergyCare continually provides products and services that help St. Louis city and county residents throughout the year.
Hot Weather Guidelines: Agencies Serving Elderly/Persons with Disabilities
Peel Health recommends the following steps to be taken to prevent heat related illness:
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