COVID-19 Resources and Information for Businesses by State

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Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Alabama

Alabama Business Resource Page

Alaska

Alaska Business Resource Page

Arizona

Arizona Business Resource Page

Arkansas

The Quick Action Loan Fund is a program to support small businesses with job retention, offering loan or loan guaranty of up to $250,000. The fund will be prioritized for small- to medium businesses that are in the deemed essential goods and services, however, it is open to any business that can demonstrate it has been adversely impacted by the health emergency. For questions about how the Arkansas Economic Development Commission (AEDC) can assist your business during this time, email: COVID19.businessinfo@arkansasedc.com.

Arkansas Business Resource Page

California

California is offering two finance programs through the CA Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank) for businesses with 1-750 employees: the Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program provides loan guarantees of up to $1 million for small business borrowers in declared disaster areas. The Jump Start Loan Program offers loans from $500 to $10,000 to low-wealth entrepreneurs in declared disaster and emergency areas.

California Business Resource Page

California Financial Information Page

Colorado

Colorado Business Resource Page

Colorado Region-specific Resources

Connecticut

Businesses with 100 or fewer employees can apply for the Recovery Bridge Loan Program. These loans are no-interest and up to $75,000 or three months of operating expenses—whichever is less.

Connecticut Business Resource Page

Connecticut Region-specific Resources

Delaware

Businesses that operate with less than $1.5 million in annual revenues and have been open for at least 12 months could access up to $10,000 per business per month through the Hospitality Emergency Loan Program (HELP). NAICS code 7139 is eligible.

Delaware Business Resource Page

Delaware Hospitality Emergency Loan Program

Florida

Small business owners with between two and 100 employees can apply for short-term loans up to $50,000 through the Emergency Bridge Loan Program.

Florida Business Resource Page

Florida Emergency Bridge Loan Program

Georgia

Georgia Business Resource Page

Hawaii

Hawaii Business Resource Page

Idaho

Idaho Business Resource Page

Illinois

The Illinois Small Business Emergency Loan Fund enables businesses located outside the City of Chicago, with less than 50 workers, and fewer than $3 million in revenue in 2019, eligible to apply for low-interest loans of up to $50,000. Successful applicants will owe nothing for six months and then will begin making fixed payments at a below-market interest rate for the rest of a five-year loan term.

Illinois Business Resource Page

Indiana

Indiana Business Resource Page

Iowa

Iowa Business Resource Page

Kansas

Kansas Business Resource Page

Kentucky

Kentucky Business Resource Page

Louisiana

The Louisiana Loan Portfolio Guarantee Program will offer small business loans of up to $100,000 if you have fewer than 100 employees and have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. The loans will require no payments for 180 days and carry below-market interest rates of no more than 3.5 percent.

Louisiana Business Resource Page

Maine

FAME COVID-19 Relief Business Direct Loan Program provides Direct Loans of up to $50,000 on a 12-month term, which can be extended if necessary, to Maine-based businesses experiencing interruption or hardship due to COVID-19.

Maine Business Resource Page

Maryland

For Maryland businesses, there are two relief programs:
1. Relief Loan Fund
2. Relief Grant Fund

Each has different eligibility requirements and small business owners applying will need to inquire directly with each program for next steps.

Maryland Business Resource Page

Maryland Relief Programs

Massachusetts

Businesses with under 50 full and part-time employees can apply for the Recovery Loan Program which provides emergency capital up to $75,000.

Massachusetts Business Resource Page

Massachusetts Recovery Loan Program

Michigan

Michigan provides a Small Business Relief Program, but businesses must inquire with representatives at a local level.

Michigan Business Resource Page

Minnesota

The Small Business Loan Guarantee Program will help Minnesota lenders provide capital to Minnesota businesses with fewer than 250 employees. The number of employees includes the parent company and all locations. Under the program, an 80% guarantee up to a maximum of $200,000 is provided. Each loan enrolled in the program is charged a fee of .25% on the guarantee loan principal.

Minnesota Business Resource Page

Mississippi

Mississippi Business Resource Page

Missouri

Missouri Business Resource Page

Montana

Montana Business Resource Page

Nebraska

Nebraska Business Resource Page

Nevada

Nevada Business Resource Page

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Resource Page

New Hampshire FAQ on Business Interruption Insurance

New Jersey

Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) will offer a grant program for small businesses—with one to 10 full-time employees only—as well as a zero-interest loan program for mid-size companies, support for private-sector lenders, and funding for Community Development Finance Institutions (CDFIs).

New Jersey Business Resource Page

New Mexico

The COVID-19 Business Loan Guarantee Program will guarantee a portion of a loan or a line of credit up to 80% of the principal or $50,000. Loan proceeds are flexible and can be used for—but not limited to—the following: working capital, inventory, and staff payroll.

New Mexico Business Resource Page

New York

New York Business Resource Page

New York SBA Info Page

North Carolina

In North Carolina, Rapid Recovery loan program provides up to $50,000—loan sizes capped at approximately two months of current revenue—with six months of no interest and no payments, followed by 48 months of principal and interest payments at 5.5% interest.

North Carolina Business Resource Page

North Dakota

North Dakota Business Resource Page

Ohio

Ohio Business Resource Page

Oklahoma

Oklahoma Business Resource Page

Oregon

Check out the Oregon Small Business Navigator, which features Oregon-based relief programs. These programs have very specific eligibility requirements, so it’s worth exploring the page to find out which funds or programs are right for you.

Oregon Business Resource Page

Pennsylvania

The PA COVID-19 Working Capital Access Program (CWCA) is offering loans to for-profit businesses with 100 or fewer full-time employees.

Pennsylvania Business Resource Page

Pennsylvania Capital Access Program

Rhode Island

There is an ongoing partnership between the Local Initiative Support Corporation and the Rhode Island Hospitality Association and its Bridge Loan Program provides additional funding to small businesses of up to 10 employees.

Your gym, studio or school must have first applied for the federal SBA emergency disaster loan to qualify. Companies can apply starting Friday, April 3, through the LISC website. You can also call 521-HELP.

Rhode Island Business Resource Page

South Carolina

South Carolina Business Resource Page

South Dakota

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Small Business Relief Fund will provide no-interest loans to small businesses in South Dakota with less than 250 employees. These will be dispersed on a First-Come, First-Served basis, so apply ASAP.

South Dakota Business Resource Page

Tennessee

Tennessee Business Resource Page

Texas

Texas Business Resource Page

Gymnastics Association of Texas Covid-19 guidelines

Utah

The Utah Leads Together Small Business Bridge Loan program is available to Utah-based small businesses with 50 or fewer employees impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Loan amounts range from $5,000 to $20,000 with 0% interest for up to a 60-month period. Loan amounts will not exceed three months of demonstrated operating expenses. Loan payments are deferred for 12 months. The program uses a minimum of 25% of the funding for rural Utah businesses.

Utah Business Resource Page

Vermont

Vermont Business Resource Page

Virginia

Virginia Business Resource Page

Washington

The Working Washington Small Business Emergency Grants provide a one-time grant of up to $10,000 to businesses with up to 10 full-time employees (FTEs).

Washington Business Resource Page

West Virginia

West Virginia Business Resource Page

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Business Resource Page

Wyoming

Wyoming Business Resource Page

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