Small Business Resource Navigator

Business Oregon, alongside the Oregon Employment Department, the Oregon Secretary of State, and the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services compiled the below information to assist Oregon small businesses dealing with the impacts of COVID-19.

I'm a Business Owner/Employer

Information and resources for your business

Direct Financing +

Federal Assistance

Oregon is working quickly to implement the following federal actions to improve benefits for Oregon workers and businesses.

Small Business Administration (SBA) COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan—Oregon is now eligible region for SBA Loan Assistance. Apply for $10,000 grant and/or a business loan. For guidance filling out the form:

Workshare—Additional funding is going to workshare, which helps employers keep employees on the payroll by paying part of their wages.

Paycheck Protection Program—Small businesses can receive fully forgivable loans through this newly-created program to address important payroll and operational costs. The federal government has guaranteed these loans, so no personal guarantee or collateral will be required.

Federal Emergency Aid Legislation—As the federal aid package gets rolled out, Senator Jeff Merkley assembled some helpful FAQs for what is in it and how it can help.

United States Department of Agriculture Business and Industry Loan Guarantee for rural businesses

State Financial Assistance +

Local Financial Assistance

Many regional and city governments throughout Oregon have stood up financial programs and Coronavirus-relief projects. View the list of what we know to be available.

Additional Resources +

Workforce and Employee Assistance +

State Debt Relief Actions +

Other Resources and Guidance +

I'm an Employee

Information and resources for you and your family +