Did you know that the Small Business Administration provides disaster loans directly to small businesses, non-profits and even homeowners and renters in areas affected by a natural disaster?
These loans are not made by or through TDECU, but we can help any affected member navigate through the process. Please read our SBA Disaster Loan Fact Sheet for additional information.
SBA Disaster Loans
SBA provides low-interest disaster loans to businesses of all sizes, private non-profit organizations, homeowners and renters.
SBA disaster loans can be used to repair or replace the following items damaged or destroyed in a declared disaster: real estate, personal property, machinery and equipment and inventory and business assets.
- Apply For A Disaster Loan
Complete your disaster loan application online.
- Current Disaster Declarations
Locate disaster areas by state and territory. You must be in an SBA declared disaster area to be eligible for SBA disaster assistance.
- Drought Disaster Assistance
Affected by the drought season? Find out if you qualify for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL).
- Disaster Loans Use of Proceeds
The SBA has specific guidelines regarding how the proceeds of disaster loans may be used.
- Disaster Policies and Procedures
Find information regarding Disaster Loan Program policies and procedures.
- Additional Disaster Assistance Resources
Learn more about disaster preparedness and assistance from other government agencies and organizations.
- For the Media
Find media contacts for SBA’s disaster assistance program.
- Office of Disaster Assistance Employment
If you are interested in seeking temporary full-time employment, please consider joining the SBA Disaster Program.
- Disaster Loan Data
Public access to a selection of SBA Disaster Loan Data Sets. Information for State and local governments on how to request a data sharing agreement with SBA to help identify and prevent duplications of benefits.