Hundreds of low income families across West Texas can breathe a sigh of relief.
The Community Council of Reeves County recently came under the microscope by the state after their Executive Director was accused of fraud.
She allegedly misspent almost $200,000.
That money was supposed to help families in Reeves, Ward, Winkler and Loving counties.
The Department of Housing and Community Affairs has signed a contract with West Texas Opportunities to restore the program.
Starting on Wednesday, those families will start getting help on their utility bills again.