530 Open Applications Missing Required Documents, 228 Checks Unclaimed
Hagåtña, Guam – The Leon Guerrero-Tenorio Administration together with the Department of Administration (DOA) announces that there are currently 530 open applications for Prugråman Salåppe’ Ayudon I Taotao (Prugråman Salåppe’) pending required documents, in addition to 228 unclaimed checks totaling over $89,000 awaiting pickup.
“If you applied for Prugråman Salåppe’ and haven’t received your check, we encourage you to complete your application and further your status by submitting all required documents to the Guam Relief Center before October 21, 2022,” said Acting Governor Josh Tenorio.
DOA staff have made numerous attempts to contact applicants with missing documents in order to complete their applications. All applicants with incomplete applications must submit the required documents to the Guam Relief Center or via email to PSP@doa.guam.gov by October 21, 2022, otherwise, the program will consider the application closed.
“Our Administration has processed and paid over 48,000 checks totaling nearly $24 million to help the people of Guam meet the high cost of living with direct cash assistance,” Acting Governor Tenorio added. “We continue to promote the Guam Relief Center, which remains open and accessible to provide meaningful assistance with healthcare, welfare, childcare, homelessness, utilities, rent, housing, unclaimed checks, and more.”
DOA has updated on its website the list of 228 unclaimed check recipients who were approved for either $300 or $500 in direct cash assistance through Prugråman Salåppe’ 2 and 3 but the checks were returned to DOA. Unclaimed check recipient lists also have been updated for Income Tax Refunds, Advance Child Tax Credit payments, Economic Impact Payments (EIP), and All RISE payments. Prugråman Salåppe’ recipients can pick up their check on the 2nd Floor of the ITC Building in Tamuning. All other unclaimed checks can be picked up at the Treasurer of Guam on the 1st Floor of the ITC Building from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Proof of identity is required.
Visit doa.guam.gov for a complete list of unclaimed checks. If your name is not on the list and you haven’t received your check, visit the Guam Relief Center on the 3rd Floor of the Bank of Hawaii Building in Hagåtña or call (671) 475-2060.