Florida’s Public Service Commission (PSC) is recognizing the South East American Indian Council (SEAIC) as a PSC Helping Hand for helping raise public awareness about the Lifeline Assistance telephone discount program and energy and water conservation.
“We appreciate SEAIC’s distribution of our Lifeline and LinkUp materials, since telephone subscribership levels on Tribal lands are among the country’s lowest,” said PSC Chairman Art Graham. “I also want to commend Dr. Dewey Painter, Sr., Flying Eagle Painter, for helping us reach those who can most benefit from the information.”
Begun last year, each month the PSC highlights a partner agency or organization whose clients are eligible for the federal Lifeline program and/or need help reducing energy and water bills. Through these PSC Helping Hand partnerships, the Commission shares vital information to help consumers stretch their resources to meet their monthly bills.
“We appreciate being named a PSC Helping Hand,” said Dr. Painter. “The SEAIC works towards providing aid, giving a voice, and fostering acceptance of us as the people whom we are. The PSC’s Lifeline, LinkUp, and conservation materials help our people make ends meet to enhance their everyday lives.”
Look for all the PSC Helping Hand outreach partner recognitions on the PSC’s homepage, www.floridapsc.com, under Hot Topics.
About South East American Indian Council, Inc.
The South East American Indian Council, Inc. (SEAIC) is a collective voice to those who wish to help American Indians within the Council’s service area with resources such as Cancer Prevention education and Quality of Life and Survivor assistance. Its network of Community Health Workers and Educators work directly with local tribes to help with quality of life and health issues. SEAIC is located in Jacksonville. For more information, please call 904/410-1100 or 904-900-8911 or visit www.seaicmha.org/seaic.html or http://seamericanindian.org.
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