• May 16, 2022

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Project Bravo accepting applications for Utility, HVAC, Weatherization services

Project BRAVO opened the 2022 application for services on Tuesday, January 4th and has since received over 1,000 applications. Due to the high volume of applications, Project BRAVO is implementing Open/Closed Application Periods for our Utility Assistance Program, HVAC Program, and Weatherization Program for program year 2022. All other programs are operating based on funding […]Read More

Project Bravo receives $6M for utility assistance

Project BRAVO received $6,034,939 in American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act funds to provide utility assistance to eligible low-income households living in the County of El Paso. These funds supplement Project BRAVO’s 2021 federal allocation of $6.6 million for the same services. Financially struggling families are encouraged to apply for Project BRAVO services on or before […]Read More

EPWater, partners mark $1M for customer aid

Through partnerships with Project BRAVO and Amistad, El Paso Water customers have received water bill assistance this year totaling $1.1 million.  “Additional federal stimulus funds were given to Project BRAVO and Amistad for customer utility assistance,” said Marcela Navarrete, EPWater Vice President of Strategic, Financial and Management Services. “Without our partner agencies, it wouldn’t be […]Read More

Due to high volume of requests, Project Bravo halts new

Officials with Project BRAVO announced Thursday that the organization will stop accepting new applications for services, such as utility assistance, starting on January 22, 2021, at 4:30 PM. “Project BRAVO has received an extremely high volume of applications for services since 2021 began, and as a result, the organization will implement a new process of […]Read More