North Coast SBDCEureka and Crescent City California

Resources

California Shelter in Place Order

Webinar​s

 

Surviving Together  

  • Surviving Together Webinar: Artisans & Self Employed Individuals . Friday, 4/03, 12 pm - 1 pm Register here
  • Surviving Together Webinar: Restaurants and Tourism-Based Businesses. Wednesday, 4/01, 12 pm - 1 pm Register here

  • Surviving Together Webinar: Support for Employers in Crisis. Friday, 3/27, 12 pm - 1 pm Register here

  • Surviving Together Webinar: Disaster Loans and Other Financial Assistance Options. Wednesday, 3/25, 12 pm - 1 pm Register here

Coping with COVID 

  • Coping with COVID Webinar Recordings are available here.
  • Coping with COVID Webinar: Prepping to apply for Emergency SBA Economic Injury Loans. Thursday, 3/19, 10 am -11:30 pm Register here. Seats are limited but recording of this webinar will be recorded and shared here.

  • Coping with COVID Webinar 1: Emergency cash flow resources and opportunities. Wednesday, March 18th, 11 am - 12:30 pm. Register here. Seats are limited but recording of this webinar will be recorded and shared here. 

Information

 

Health and Safety

Remote Work & Virtual Meetings

 

Alert

Local Businesses & Institutions: Your COVID-19 Alerts

If you are a local business or institution, please send a link to your COVID-19 alert page to admin@northcoastsbdc.org and we'll include it here.

 

Public Alerts

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Employers

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Self Employed People and Employees in Special Industries

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Restaurants and Hospitality Businesses

  • Restaurants, Hospitality Businesses and the Pandemic Crisis-Webinar. Friday 3/20, 2pm. Register here. Featuring representatives from EDD to help restaurants manage workforce, ABC to talk about licenses that are not active for 30 days and other potential lifting of restrictions during this time, CA Health Department to give best practises for those restaurants who are remaining open for to-go and delivery services and the SBA on disaster loans.

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Independent Artist

  • Artists. Click here to contribute to Ink People's fundraiser for artists affected by COVID-19 work loss. Artists: If you are a Humboldt County artist who has lost work due to COVID-19, Ink People Center for the Arts will be offering $50 gift cards to help with groceries, bills, and life necessities. Please fill out this short application form and they will be in touch soon. 

Apply Now

It all starts here. Complete the application and submit your request. A member of the SBDC will follow up with you and help you achieve your small business goals -- at no cost to you.
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