SCVEDC Offers Resources to Help Your Company Navigate the Coronavirus Crisis
The Santa Clarita Valley has had more than its fair share of challenges in recent months, and the current COVID-19 pandemic is certainly one of them. But despite it all, our tight-knit community has a reputation for stepping up and taking care of each other. From folks offering to run errands for elderly or sick neighbors to businesses finding creative solutions in the face of seemingly insurmountable obstacles, I am in awe of how our community responds to difficult situations.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation (SCVEDC) is committed to providing you with information and resources to help your company navigate the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. We are working to provide resources and information to keep jobs and businesses going, as well as protect the community. Information is changing rapidly so SCVEDC created a coronavirus page on our website to help businesses stay up to date. Updates are being made to this page daily. We ask readers to rely on official sources first and foremost, but we will repost some of that information on the page in addition to other recommended steps. Visit scvedc.org/coronavirus for more information.
Here are some resources featured on the page to help you or your company during this challenging time:
• Layoff Aversion and Business Technical Assistance
The Layoff Aversion Team is working with Los Angeles County’s Rapid Response team to service businesses at risk of closure and job loss, as well as those businesses where job losses are not avoidable. Email email@example.com for immediate assistance.
• EDD Unemployment Insurance for workers with reduced hours, caregiving challenges
Get the latest information on what is available to employers facing workforce reductions, workers facing reduction of hours, loss of job, or caregiving challenges due to COVID-19. Contact the EDD office for more information or assistance. (661) 945-8131 https://www.edd.ca.gov/about_edd/coronavirus-2019.htm
• SBA Disaster Assistance Loans
Businesses in Los Angeles County may be eligible for the Disaster Loan Assistance through a 3-step application process. Our SCV Small Business Development Center is an SBA partner and can provide immediate support to assist businesses in navigating the online application process with required information and documents. https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/disaster-assistance
SCVEDC is doing all we can to distill information for local resources to help you during this time of uncertainty. Our team is here to help. Please feel free to call the office at 661.288.4400 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance. Visit www.scvedc.org/coronavirus for more information about the Coronavirus in SCV.
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