NeighborImpact’s Weatherization program provides free retrofit repair services which can include adding insulation, sealing leaky ducts and repairing heating systems for income-qualified clients. Weatherization staff conduct an on-site energy audit, a four-hour activity for evaluating and documenting the existing condition of your home.  This information is then used to determine which measures will save you the most money on  your utility bill.

The program is available to eligible low-income clients in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties and to the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Clients can be renters or homeowners and live in mobile homes or stick built homes. Income guidelines for program eligibility are listed below.

Home Weatherization Income Requirements

Effective July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022

Household Size

Max. Monthly Gross Income*





















Ask us about households larger than 10.

*Gross income means all household income before any deductions

The Weatherization Program typically serves 100 low-income households a year. Clients frequently report more comfortable and durable homes and lower energy bills.

If you are interested in applying for weatherization, the online or PDF application is available using the links below, or by contacting us at 541-316-2034 or

Online (electronic) 2021-22 Weatherization Application (English and Spanish)

2021-22 Weatherization Application Packet (PDF) / Español

All weatherization clients must attend a NeighborImpact Energy Education workshop which provides instruction on energy conservation strategies and techniques. Participants also receive energy-saving items for their home. Energy Education workshops are open to anyone in the community. If you’d like to attend a workshop, please call 541-316-2034.