Wakulla Senior Citizens Center Named PSC Helping Hand

TALLAHASSEE—Florida’s Public Service Commission (PSC) is recognizing Wakulla Senior Citizens Center in Crawfordville as aPSC Helping Hand for helping raise public awareness about the Lifeline Assistance telephone and broadband discount program, energy and water conservation, and scams affecting seniors.

“Wakulla Senior Citizens Center connects seniors to services that can help them remain independent—and we are glad that they use PSC materials to assist their clients,” said PSC Chairman Julie Brown. “I also want to commend Courtney Fletcher, site manager, for inviting us to present our information to those who can most benefit from it.”

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 better manage their resources to meet their monthly bills and avoid falling for utility-related scams.

“We’re happy to be named a PSC Helping Hand,” said Ms. Fletcher. “Our Center provides many programs to meet the needs of Wakulla County’s senior population, and the PSC’s programs help our clients better manage their monthly utility bills.” Look for all the PSC Helping Hand outreach partner recognitions on the PSC’s homepage, www.floridapsc.com, under Hot Topics.