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If you or someone in your household is on a life support system such as oxygen or other medical equipment that requires electricity to operate, it is important to let SLECA know so we can take this into account in case of power outages.

SLECA will do everything it can to restore power on a priority basis to those members who are on life support systems. We strongly recommend, however, that anyone who has a serious medical condition that could be life threatening during a power outage should have a backup source of power such as an emergency generator or can relocate to another location until power is restored.

If you or someone in your home is dependent on life support equipment, please let SLECA know by getting a letter from your doctor that includes the following information: name, address, phone number and type of support system.

Please send the letter to the SLECA’s Member Services Department, P. O. Box 4037, Houma, LA 70361.