Small Business » FIND HELP

This is a directory of programs and organizations that can help Brewster County residents with problems caused by the pandemic. Please email or call organizations for help, because many have closed offices as a safety precaution.

Use the links above or the drop-down category menu below to browse by the type of assistance needed. Or search the directory by keyword.

City of Alpine Covid-19 Resources

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Website: City of Alpine Covid-19 Resources Website: City’s Summary of CARES Act for Local Businesses and Residents
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The City of Alpine’s resources for residents, small businesses, and other organizations, including links to local government ordinances, state and federal aid programs, and CDC updates about the pandemic.

Odessa Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Resources

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Website: Odessa Chamber’s resources for businesses, taxpayers, and job seekers
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The Odessa Chamber of Commerce has a compilation of resources for small businesses, taxpayers, and job seekers in West Texas. 

Small Business Administration

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Phone: (432) 837-8694 Website: Small Business Administration Emergency Loan Info Website: Streamlined SBA Loan Application
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For Small Business Owners (including businesses with short-term rentals) the Small Business Administration is offering low-interest disaster loans for small businesses impacted by COVID-19 in Texas

Small Business Development Center at Sul Ross State University

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Phone: 432-837-8694 Website: Small Business COVID-19 Resources and Advising
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The Small Business Development Center provides free professional and confidential business advising, a variety of quality training programs, an extensive referral network, and a team of business advisors who live and work in your local community. The SBDC offers guidance to emergency assistance programs for small businesses.

TWU Grants for Women-Owned Businesses

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Website: TWU AssistHER Grants
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Texas Woman’s University’s Center for Women Entrepreneurs is launching the AssistHER grant program, which will provide 100 $10,000 grants to women-owned small businesses in Texas that have been impacted adversely by the coronavirus pandemic.

If you have an organization or program to add to this resource directory, please contact us.