DREMC’s Project HELP program is an emergency, residential, energy assistance program overseen by local, charity organizations in seven counties served by Duck River Electric and sponsored by generous donations from DREMC members and employees.
To apply for energy bill assistance through Project HELP, visit the charity organization in the county where you live (shown at right). Complete the application process, and provide any required identification and current energy bill, including the account number.
Project HELP assistance is sent directly to energy providers to pay a portion of the qualifying applicant’s bill. The remaining energy bill balance is the applicant’s responsibility; contact the energy provider about the balance due.
Project HELP accepts monthly and one-time donations to assist those facing financial hardships and unable to pay their electric bills. All Project HELP donations go directly to pay for energy bills of qualifying applicants.
Click here for the Project HELP donation form to participate in the program. Return the form to any DREMC office. DREMC members can also sign up to donate by checking the appropriate box on the electric bill.
Thank you for joining us in helping those in need!
Bedford County Good Samaritan Association
201 E. Highland Avenue, Shelbyville
Coffee County Good Samaritan Association
115 Park Place, Manchester
Franklin County Good Samaritan Association
1725 Decherd Boulevard, Decherd
Giles County Help Center
314 N. First Street, Pulaski
Marshall County Good Samaritan Association
131 E. Commerce Street, Lewisburg
Maury County Good Samaritan Association
921 S. Beckett Street, Columbia
Moore County Senior Center
87 High Street, Lynchburg