To make services accessible to small business owners everywhere, SBA has a network of programs and resource partners located across the country. Services available include free counseling, advice, and information on starting and managing a business delivered through the Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), the Office of Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs), the Women’s Business Centers, and SBA district offices located in every state.
To further the mission of helping small businesses succeed, SBA has established regional offices across the country. These offices support SBA Local Offices within defined states, and work to advocate and accelerate economic development, growth and competitiveness within their geographic area. This support includes technical assistance, business training, counseling, mentoring and other services for small business owners.
Disaster Center Offices
If you’re in an area that has been hit by a disaster, SBA Disaster Center Offices can provide an immediate resource. These offices, located in key areas across the U.S., offer counseling and financial assistance to those who are in the process of rebuilding their homes and businesses.
To bring you the small business support you need, the SBA has a nationwide presence. SBA’s headquarters, located in Washington D.C., is divided into key functional areas.