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HHS extended the application deadline to apply for the HHS Provider Relief Funds to September 13, 2020.  You must submit your TIN (tax identification number) for validation by the deadline in order to apply for funding.  In addition to extending the deadline, HHS also simplified the application process.  Please use this link to obtain an updated copy of the application for reference only:

*Please note the application will still need to be completed via the online portal.  As part of this revised application process, the only document dentists will need to upload with the application will be your most recent federal tax return.

Practices receiving more than $10,000 in relief funds will be required to submit reports about the use of their provider relief funds.  Complete reporting details have not been released yet.  Here are a few things we do know from the HHS Provider Relief site and FAQ:

**As a reminder you cannot use the HHS Provider Relief Funds for the same expenses covered by the PPP Loan. 

Contact our office is you have questions or need assistance coming up with a plan for the use of all relief funding.

Dear Client, 

HHS announced some major updates on the Provider Relief Fund (PRF) including extending the application deadline to August 28.

Starting the week of Aug. 10, and through Aug. 28:

On July 22nd we sent an update listing some concerns related to the HHS Provider Relief Funds and also included a copy of the terms and conditions.  Some of those concerns were related to the balance billing language as well as the reporting requirements.  There have been recent updates as follows:

Term on Balance Billing (as clarified in the ADA hosted webinar on Tuesday 8/28)

Reporting Requirements (as clarified in the ADA hosted webinar on Tuesday 8/28)

For more information, you are encouraged to watch the ADA recorded webinar from 8/28.  Use the link below to get to the ADA website page that has the link to the recorded video – it’s about an hour long.  You need to scroll down the page to the section titled “The Latest” and look for Webinar: Updates on the SBA Loans, Provider Relief Fund, Labor Issues and Congressional Action.

Note: If you received an EIDL loan, per the EIDL loan agreement,  you need to report to the SBA any proceeds received from other government sources and they will determine if the funds are a duplication of benefits.  You will need to notify them via email at  Be sure to include your loan and application numbers found at the top of your loan paperwork (SBA Form 1391)

Please feel free to contact our office if you have any questions about this program.