31K Applications Processed, $12M Distributed to Date

Hagåtña, Guam – The Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration reminds residents to apply for the direct relief available through Prugråman Salåppe’ Ayudon I Taotao (Prugråman Salåppe’ 3) as the Department of Administration (DOA) prepares to cease accepting new hard copy applications at 5 p.m. and online applications at 11:59 p.m. on July 27, 2022.

Prugråman Salåppe’ 3 opened on June 27, 2022, and has processed and paid 15,305 applications totaling $7,652,500 in direct assistance to date. As of July 25, 2022, Prugråman Salåppe’ 2 has processed and paid 16,536 applications totaling $4,960,800 in direct relief. Processing and payments remain ongoing for both rounds of Prugråman Salåppe’.

Prugråman Salåppe’ has served as a critical source of relief and assistance with more than 31,000 applications processed and over $12 million distributed to date,” said Governor Lou Leon Guerrero. “We urge everyone struggling to meet the cost of gas and power to ensure their applications meet the deadline for submission by applying today at doa.guam.gov. Our Administration will keep working to deliver direct support as we forge ahead with recovery.”

“With increased direct cash assistance and expanded income eligibility, Prugråman Salåppe’ is available to provide qualifying individuals $500 in the relief they need right now,” said Lt. Governor Josh Tenorio. “We thank the hard working and dedicated staff members at DOA, who are working quickly day in, day out to process payments for approval and distribution.”

Eligible households and individuals who did not receive aid under the last round of Prugråman Salåppe’ are encouraged to apply online at doa.guam.gov. Hardcopy applications are available and can be submitted at the Prugråman Salåppe’ office on the 2nd floor of the ITC Building, Suite 215 and at the newly established Government of Guam Relief Center located on the third floor of the Bank of Hawaii building in Hagåtña. DOA advises that incomplete applications, including those missing required documents and identification, may delay payment. The program continues to process and accept missing supporting documents for pending applications under Prugråman Salåppe’ 2. If you have not yet received $300, email PSP@doa.guam.gov. Prugråman Salåppe’ staff are processing applications as quickly as possible and contacting applicants to address incomplete submissions. 

For more information, visit doa.guam.gov or call DOA at 671-638-3833/34.


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