Hurricane Sandy continues to wreak havoc across much of the East Coast, inflicting billions of dollars of damage to homes, schools, hospitals, roads — and of course, businesses.

Hurricane Sandy has inflicted tens of billions of dollars of economic damage. (KEITH BEDFORD/REUTERS)

SBA Office of Disaster Assistance: Provides low-interest, long-term loans to small businesses owners who need help replacing or repairing personal property, equipment, inventory or business assets. The interest rates on the loans range from 4 percent to 8 percent and can be repaid over as much as 30 years (website)

SBA Disaster Centers: The agency has disaster offices located across the country thqat can provide information and assistance quickly to businesses that incur damage from a natural disaster (website) Provides a step-by-step guide to swiftly but safely getting your business back on track following emergencies and natural and man-made disasters (website) more general information and assistance application materials for individuals seeking help following a natural disaster (website)

FEMA Disaster Assistance: Provides assistance to individuals whose property was damaged in a federally-declared disaster who may not be fully covered by their insurance plans (website)

American Red Cross: Provides disaster relief intended to address immediate emergency needs and can offer translation and interpretation services to victims of the storm (website)

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