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COVID-19 Resource Guide


We are monitoring this page daily in an effort to provide current officially-released resources.  Please check back regularly in this fluid and rapidly changing environment.

NEW FUNDING APPROPRIATION APPROVED on April 24, 2020 for Paycheck Protection Program and Economic Injury Disaster Loans. The SBA and qualified lenders resumed taking applications on April 27. Eligible small businesses should apply quickly if you have not done so already. Contact your local SBDC (see below) if you need assistance. 

For questions on the status of your SBA EIDL or EIDL Advance application, please contact  the SBA Disaster Assistance Customer Service Center at 1-800-659-2955 (Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm Eastern Time) or email 

How We Can Help – Access, Assistance, Answers


Your local SBDC can help you apply for up to $2 million in SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans and access other SBA and CARES Act programs, including Paycheck Protection Program, Loan Emergency Advance, Express Bridge Loans and Debt Relief.

Apply for SBA Disaster Loans Here

SBA PPP Lender List – Arizona

UPDATED – Paycheck Protection Program FAQ’s – 5/19/20

Paycheck Protection Program Borrower Information – 4/28/20

How to Calculate PPP Loan Amounts – 4/24/24

Paycheck Protection Program Borrower Application Form

UPDATED – More than 72,500 additional Arizona Businesses Have Received PPP Loans in Round 2 (updated 5/16/20)

460 Arizona Businesses Have Received SBA EIDL Loans totaling nearly $97 million (as of 4/20/20)

More than 14,000 Arizona Businesses Have Received Advances totaling more than $64 million (as of 4/20/20)

Expanded list of Local and Online Lenders

CARES ACT Provides Support to Small Businesses /


Get advice and assistance from local SBDC experts on how to save your business and keep it on track through confidential counseling provided at no cost to you.

Services include:

SBA Loan Assistance    Identifying Sources of Capital    Business Assessment
Marketing Strategy    Cash Flow Concerns    Supply Chain Interruptions
Government Contracting Opportunities
Veteran, Minority and Women-Owned Certification
Workshops, Webinars and Training
Help Identify SBA Program Lenders

Get Started Here

SBDC business counselors are available to assist small business owners at NO COST. Contact us today to find out how to apply for SBA economic injury loans, access and use available programs to provide relief for your struggling small business and create a road map for the months ahead.

CLICK HERE to Contact your Local SBDC Center


Small Business Survival Strategy (Four Steps to Get Started)

  1. Contact your local SBDC Center to find out how they can provide immediate assistance
  2. Apply for an SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan and/or CARES Act Paycheck Protection
  3. Reach out to your existing customers to see how you can continue to serve them
  4. Use social media to stay in touch with customers and reach new audiences

      Pandemic Help for Small Businesses






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