DHHS Hotline – 2-1-1
NH Department of Health and Human Services. - For the most up-to-date Covid-19 situation in New Hampshire.
NH Department of Business and Economic Affairs - BEA stands ready to provide assistance to businesses affected by COVID-19 through custom and personal input from our Business Retention specialists:
Deborah Avery – Belknap, Merrimack Counties
Benoit Lamontagne - Carroll, Coos, Grafton Counties
Jimmie Hinson – Hillsborough, Western Rockingham Counties
Mollie Kaylor – Cheshire, Sullivan Counties
Mark Laliberte – Strafford, Eastern Rockingham Counties
The Small Business Development Center - (SBDC) provides highly individualized, advising and education, to NH businesses at no cost. SBDC’s team of advisors can help businesses apply for SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loans, prepare for relief measures as they are introduced, and discuss concerns related to cash flow, staffing, marketing, accounting, supply chain interruptions, and more. Visit SBDC’s COVID-19 Assistance page for best practices and guidance from business advisors.
Business Finance Authority - Business loan programs administered by the BFA include small-business loan guarantees, the Capital Access Program, the Guarantee Asset Program, and the Working Capital Line of Credit Guarantee. In addition, the BFA offers finance programs designed to help local or regional economic development organizations recapitalize or expand to stimulate business movement to the state.
Community Development Finance Authority (CDFA) - Grants, Loans and Tax Credits to assist municipalities, nonprofits and businesses to meet their current and ongoing needs, up to $500,000.
NH Insurance Department - The Department provides information for consumers as well as for business owners on how their respective insurance policies may cover or be affected by COVID-19.
NH Secretary of State - The New Hampshire Secretary of State is responsible for recording all required information regarding business and entities operating in New Hampshire.