Oklahoma Natural Gas Cares
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We partner with financial assistance agencies throughout the communities we serve that manage funds for eligible customers that need help paying their utility bills.
This easy-access resource (simply dial 2-1-1) was established to help provide utility assistance along with information and referrals for many other community services. 2-1-1 Oklahoma will enable everyone to get help or provide help. They offer information across the spectrum of human need, including but not limited to rental assistance, food pantries, affordable housing, health resources, child care, after-school programs, caregiver support, financial programs, literacy, and job programs.
Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a Federally funded program that provides financial assistance to approximately 182,000 Oklahoma low-income households each year to help them meet the costs of home energy. Eligibility requirements are based on income, household size, available resources and responsibility for payment of home energy costs. All LIHEAP assistance is subject to available funding by the Federal government. Click here for more info on the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).
Share The Warmth
Share The Warmth provides energy assistance to those whose immediate financial resources simply cannot cover their home heating expenses. To receive help in paying your natural gas bills through the Share The Warmth program, call 1-800-227-2156 or visit the page here.
A Statewide Support System
There are numerous other assistance organizations service specific cities in Oklahoma or groups such as veterans. Check out this list to find the one that is best-suited to your needs. Click here for the full list.
Additional Financial Resources for COVID-19
Economic Impact Payment Information Center
Find out more about the Economic Impact Payments authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has compiled a list of available resources that may help protect your finances during the pandemic.
Financial resources for consumers
If you are facing financial difficulties as a result of the pandemic, these resources can help protect and manage your finances.
Financial resources for small businesses
Are you a small business owner seeking assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic? These resources could help.
Seeking Different Ways to Pay Your Bill?
We offer several convenient payment methods to make paying your monthly bill easy. Whatever payment option you select, one thing will be the same: we are committed to bringing you the highest level of customer service.
Pay on our website by electronic check, credit card or debit card. Register today! A “Guest Payment” option is now available as well so someone can make a payment on your behalf.
Automatic Bill Payment Plan
Let us do the work for you. We will automatically withdraw funds from your checking or savings account each month to pay your bill. Never worry about missing a payment or being late on a payment after the bill due date. To enroll, call 1-800-664-5463.
Our interactive voice response system is available 24/7 – just call 800-664-5463 and follow the prompts. You may use electronic checks, credit cards and debit cards when you pay by phone.
You may mail your natural gas bill payment to: Oklahoma Natural Gas, P.O. Box 219296, Kansas City, MO 64121-9296. Please include the tear-off portion of your monthly statement and write your account number on your check.
Pay through your personal bank’s online bill payment feature. Payments made through this method may take two days to be applied to your account.
Pay your bill using a check, money order or cash at one of our authorized payment locations. A complete listing of authorized pay agents is available by viewing the map at the bottom of this page. Payments made at these locations may take two days to be applied to your account. Please be advised that some locations may have amended hours or be temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.