Missouri Energy Assistance

Get help paying bills by working with one of our energy assistance partner agencies.

Many Ameren Missouri customers have benefited from these Energy Assistance programs, including seniors, customers with disabilities, chronically ill customers, single households, households with children, and others. Eligibility has increased so if your monthly income is at or below these amounts based on your household size, you could qualify for assistance.

People in Household (#) LIHEAP Keeping Cool Clean Slate Weatherization
Dollar More
Keeping Current
1 $2,535 $3,137 $3,765 $2,510
2 $3,315 $4,258 $5,110 $3,406
3 $4,095 $5,379 $6,455 $4,303
4 $4,875 $6,500 $7,800 $5,200

Pay down balances with Keeping Current

Receive personalized assistance based on your needs. Customers that qualify for Keeping Current will receive monthly bill credits and past-due forgiveness with consecutive on-time payments.

See if You Qualify

Payment Assistance Programs

Just starting to explore your assistance options? Visit the program pages below to learn about each program. When you're ready to explore your eligibility further, use our Agency Finder and contact an agency near you.


In a crisis? LIHEAP provides federally funded assistance to help families manage energy costs.

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Keeping Cool

This program provides assistance of $50 monthly bill credits May through September to senior citizens, those with children under 5, or who have a documented chronic medical condition or disability.

Get Assistance

Dollar More

Funded by voluntary customer and company donations, the Dollar More program offers up to $600 per calendar year in assistance.

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Weatherization Assistance

This program provides energy-saving home improvements at no cost for qualified homeowners and renters.
Check Eligibility

New Start Energy Relief

If you have experienced homelessness and are seeking permanent housing, we offer relief from past-due balances.
Learn More & Apply

Veterans Energy Assistance

Active-duty military, veterans and their families can receive up to $600 when they face challenges paying their utility bills. Call 211 for more information.

Health, Safety and Financial Assistance

No matter what unique circumstances you or your loved ones might encounter, we have ways to help with Medical Hardship relief, Medical Equipment Registry, and Our Caring Contact program.
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