Supporting Your Small Business During COVID-19

SBDC Business Advisors will assist small businesses in their application for EIDL, PPP, and other small business programs.
*If your business is affected by COVID-19 and would like to seek free business counseling, we have our Independent Small Business Advisors who can help you out! Click this link to see who they are and their areas of expertise!* (







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  • If you are an existing SBDC client in Guam or CNMI, please contact your current SBDC Business Advisor. 

  • If you are a new, prospective client, please contact your local SBDC to request for counseling.

  • Face to face —if safe arrangements can be made—and virtual advising are available.  


Reach your local SBDC:


SBA COVID-19 Funding Options


Restaurant Revitalization Fund - RRF

*SBA Payroll Protection Program (PPP)*  

*SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program*

*Guam Small Business Pandemic Assistance Grant*

Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG):

Today’s Notes...
Business Owners, Beware! If someone is charging you an excessive amount of fee putting the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Application together, it is a SCAM!

SBDC is here to provide FREE assistance! Register is all you need to do: Request for counseling! We will send forms and guide you through this process.

Small Business Resources

These resources are related to COVID-19

PISBDCN Press Release:

From Your Local SBDC:

Tips for Small Businesses:

Infographics and Posters for Your Workplace


Useful Official Links


> World Health Organization (WHO)

> Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)


FAQs about COVID-19 and Small Businesses
Yes, for sure. We suggest contacting your local SBDC and/or request for counseling (click here). 
No, the SBDC is not the same as SBA. SBDC does not make loans. However, we can provide so much other assistance to small businesses. The SBDC helps the Pacific Islands' business community by assisting in all areas of business management, including pre-venture feasibility, business plan development, marketing, record keeping, financial and human resource management, operations management, and access to capital, as well as specialized areas such as international trade and technical services.
Yes, relief and assistance for businesses is also appicable to Guam and CNMI.