In an unprecedented move, APS, in collaboration with Barrett Propane Prescott, extends the hold on disconnects for past due bills through 2020. This critical decision aims to support individuals and families facing financial difficulties during these challenging times.
Understanding the Challenges
As the world battles with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals and households have experienced financial setbacks. The inability to meet monthly payments, including utility bills, has become a pressing concern for numerous people. Recognizing the hardships faced by communities, APS, as an energy provider, has taken proactive steps to alleviate some of the financial burden.
Continued Support for Customers
Barrett Propane Prescott is proud to partner with APS in extending support to customers who may be struggling to pay their bills. Realizing the significant impact this relief can have on families and individuals, APS has made the difficult decision to continue holding off on disconnects for past due bills throughout 2020.
This measure serves as a temporary safety net, ensuring that essential utilities such as propane, electricity, and gas remain accessible to those in need. APS and Barrett Propane Prescott firmly believe that every person deserves access to these important resources regardless of their financial situation.
At Barrett Propane Prescott, we understand the importance of community and the role energy plays in people's lives. By extending the hold on disconnects, APS and Barrett Propane Prescott aim to empower communities, advocating for the well-being of its residents. We firmly believe that no individual or family should have to choose between essential utilities and other life necessities.
In these uncertain times, we encourage all customers to reach out to APS or Barrett Propane Prescott if they are experiencing financial difficulties. Available support options, payment plans, and resources can be explored to ensure that energy needs are met without compromising basic needs.
Resilience and Unity
APS and Barrett Propane Prescott are committed to standing by our customers amidst the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Together, we can overcome the obstacles that lay ahead and emerge stronger as a community. By extending the hold on disconnects for past due bills throughout 2020, we provide a helping hand to those who need it most.
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APS's extension of the hold on disconnects for past due bills through 2020 in collaboration with Barrett Propane Prescott demonstrates a commitment to supporting the community in times of need. This vital initiative ensures that individuals and families can access essential propane and energy services without undue financial strain.
Barrett Propane Prescott remains dedicated to providing comprehensive support and informative resources for customers during these challenging times. By standing together, we can navigate the obstacles ahead and emerge stronger than ever, with a collective commitment to community well-being.