SBA Business Recovery Centers Transition To Disaster Loan Outreach Centers In South Carolina Until Dec. 20

ATLANTA – The U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is transitioning six Business Recovery Centers into Disaster Loan Outreach Centers effective Friday, Dec. 14.
The change is intended to encourage all disaster survivors to continue to meet face-to-face with Customer Service Representatives, obtain program information and receive help in submitting an SBA disaster loan application as well as provide assistance for those survivors with the SBA appeal process for declined applications. The DLOCs will close operations on Thur., Dec. 20 at the close of business.
Businesses, homeowners and renters that sustained physical losses or economic injury due to Hurricane Florence from Sept. 8 through October 8, 2018 are encouraged to submit an SBA disaster loan application. Even though the physical damage deadline was Dec. 5, survivors are encouraged to go to the SBA DLOCs that are currently open and speak with a SBA representative that can provide information about disaster loans, answer questions and help survivors in submitting a late application. The local location is: City of Dillon Wellness Center, Weekdays, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m, Closed: Saturdays and Sundays.