The Central Alabama Redevelopment Alliance has partnered with the Small Business Administration to open a Business Recovery Center in Selma. The center will help residents, businesses and nonprofits that have been affected by the recent tornado damage.
The center will provide a one-stop shop for disaster recovery assistance, offering a variety of services including disaster loan applications, counseling and more.
“The Central Alabama Redevelopment Alliance has made a real difference in the lives of so many across Alabama’s 7th District,” said Congresswoman Terri Sewell. “Through this partnership with the SBA, I am confident they will only expand their impactful work of uplifting underserved areas and fostering economic development. … This type of government-community partnership is the best way for us to pour into our communities, especially in times of need.”
The center is located at 2300 Summerfield Road in Selma and is open Monday through Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Central Alabama Redevelopment Alliance aims to help urban and rural communities by providing professional educational programs that create sustainability.