Health Through Warmth
Health Through Warmth (HTW) is an RWE npower community initiative set up by npower in 2000 working together with the NHS and National Energy Action (NEA), the national fuel poverty charity.
HTW offers help to vulnerable people living in England and Wales who have long term illnesses and need assistance to fund and install heating and insulation in their homes.
Please send completed referral forms to us by fax or post using the details available on the contact us page.
Warmer homes, better health
to find out more about the scheme and to hear from some of our clients, watch our video clip.
Across England and Wales, the scheme works closely with Home Improvement and Care & Repair Agencies through their governing bodies, Foundations and Care & Repair Cymru, as well as with community workers, charities, local authorities and the NHS.
Vulnerable people are often the least likely to seek assistance but by linking up with community professionals they can be more easily identified and referred to us, enabling practical help and advice to be provided.
In the following areas, Health Through Warmth Co-ordinators are available to take referrals and manage cases and they can be contacted direct using the details found on the contact us page:
Merseyside (Halton, Knowsley, Wirral, Liverpool, Sefton),
Newcastle (plus North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Gateshead, Northumberland),
Leicester and East Riding of Yorkshire.
For all other areas of England and Wales, please contact the npower Health Through Warmth team in Worcester: contact us.