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Energy-Saving Tips

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Energy Calculators

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101 Easy Ways to Save

Tools for Managing My Account

Budget billing averages your monthly billing statements based on a 12-month average that is re-adjusted in January and July of each year. You pay the average bill, are able to budget for your electric bill each month, and avoid sharp increases due to the seasonal fluctuation of electricity usage.

Recurring payments can be set up two ways: do it yourself online by clicking on “Pay Bill“, or call* any Singing River Electric office and set up an Electronic Funds Transfer payment option which automatically pays your bill from the banking account you choose within seven days after receiving your billing statement. (*Members who call in will need to mail in a signed form and voided check to complete recurring payment service setup.)


Add money into your account daily, weekly, or as your budget allows. You get to decide.

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Track My Energy Use

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In-Home Energy Audit

Payment Assistance Programs

Catholic Charities of South Mississippi, Inc. has four community outreach offices located throughout the Diocese.  Locations are Bay St. Louis, Gulfport, and Pascagoula.

All assistance provided through the community outreach offices begins with comprehensive case management.  Clients work one-on-one with a case manager to address their needs.  The case management process entails an intake, a basic needs assessment, budgeting education, community resource information, and, most importantly, the establishment of attainable goals with realistic objectives that will assist the client in become self-sufficient.  Components of this process include financial assistance, food distribution, clothing and household assistance, and infant items. 

For more information, please contact 228-567-0001, 228-701-0555, or 1-855-847-0555.

United Way for Jackson & George Counties funds 17 health and human service agencies with programs in our communities. They change lives locally by mobilizing the caring power of communities around the world to advance the common good right here at home.

United Way for Jackson & George Counties
3510 Magnolia Street
Pascagoula, MS  39567-3113

Office Number: 228-762-7662
Fax Number: 228-762-7669

2-1-1 is a free service available to everyone in Mississippi seeking information about available resources. Dialing 211 will connect you with someone who can help you find the resources you need.

Information from 2-1-1 Mississippi's website: 
This line currently receives between 175-300 calls a day with the four main client requests being access to assistance with utilities, food, homeless/domestic violence shelter, and rent/mortgage payment. Providing links to basic needs services for impoverished families both affected by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina and those in lower socioeconomic classes are the cornerstone services of 211 Mississippi. In the short amount of time this line has been operational, the call specialists at 211 have made over 175,000 referrals for services.
Who is eligible to call?
Any individual looking for information or assistance to identify the services best suited to meet his or her needs is eligible to call. Case managers, church leaders, employers, teachers or other agencies calling on behalf of their clients, members, employees or students are also welcome.
When is 2-1-1 available?
2-1-1 Mississippi is available Monday-Friday from 7:00am-6:00pm.
Is 2-1-1 Mississippi a crisis hotline?
2-1-1 Mississippi is not a crisis line. Individuals in immediate crisis should call 911. Individuals looking to speak to a trained counselor should call Contact the Crisis Hotline to help at 601-713-4357
Will 2-1-1 Mississippi provide financial assistance?
2-1-1 Mississippi is a telephone information and referral line. Financial assistance is not provided; however, they can direct you to agencies in the community that may be able to provide assistance.
What types of calls does 2-1-1 Mississippi receive?
A wide variety of calls are received regarding health services; food; clothing; housing; government resources; education; employment; counseling; support groups; recreation; community groups; services for children, youth, families and older adults; and many more topics.

The Salvation Army MS Gulf Coast provides over a million services every year to residents in South Mississippi. Below are the services offered to Jackson County residents.

Our weekly service programs include food assistance, clothing assistance, and utility assistance. Our Red Shield Lodge is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

3217 Nathan Hale Ave, Pascagoula, MS 39581

Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Produce Giveaway: Fridays, 2:00 – 3:00 PM

Please bring with you:
– Your lease stating utilities are included or a recent utility bill in your name
– Valid state issued photo ID for adults
– One form of documentation on every member of the household (For example: social security card, birth certificate, etc.)
– Homeless clients only need to show photo ID

228-762-7222 – (Jackson County residents only)

Note: The agencies below require that all households applying for services complete a pre-application. Visit to fill out the application online.

  • Jackson County (Main Office)-  228-769-3292;
  • Harrison County- 228-869-1404
  • George County- 601-947-3292
  • PRVO – Greene County- 601-394-2239, Perry- 601-736-9564

Community Action of South Mississippi provides federally funded assistance in managing costs associated with home energy bills. Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and Community Action of South Mississippi serve George, Harrison, and Jackson counties and assist low-income households with immediate home energy needs.

Pearl River Valley Opportunity works to provide community services promoting self-sufficiency for disadvantaged individuals, families, and businesses by establishing partnerships in Mississippi. They will serve SRE members in Greene, Hancock, Perry and Stone counties.