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COVID-19 Resources

Financial Assistance

This is a difficult time for many, and we want our members to know that UCU is here for you. If you need financial assistance related to COVID-19, please contact us directly, or complete this contact form.

UCU Member Communications

To view our member communications related to COVID-19, please click here.

Access to Your Accounts

There are a variety of ways you can bank remotely with UCU. Check out our website to find what best works for you, and if you need help, have feedback or a question, just give us a call, 24/7 at 800.696.8628.

Blog: Tips on Managing your Finances During a Crisis

To read a new blog by Campus Branch Manager Lesley Ridge, Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor, please click here.

UCU Wealth Management

We invite you to schedule a complimentary consultation and advising session to discuss planning tips and the tools and products available to help you. Your UCU Wealth Management advisor will take the time to listen and review your goals while making recommendations. Contact Trish Freiwald, CFP today at 207.889.8233.

Your Deposit Funds are Protected

Member deposits are insured by both the National Credit Union Association and by Excess Share Insurance.

Economic Impact Payments

The first series of Economic Impact Payments from the Department of the Treasury sent by ACH have been issued with an IRS determined effective pay date of April 15, 2020. Please review further details and effective dates of any pending deposits that you may have. For more information on EIP please visit the IRS website.

FAME Resources

The Finance Authority of Maine has information on Relief Loan Programs available on its website, for consumer, and business loans including SBA.

Assistance for Small Businesses

The US Department of the Treasury has resources for small business relief loans available on their website.

To access the SBA PPP Loan Forgiveness Application, please click here.

Be Aware of Scams

Unfortunately, during periods of crisis fraudsters and cyber criminals look to take advantage. Please remember that we would never ask you for logon credentials, or answers to your online banking security questions over the phone.

For more information on this, please visit the Maine Credit Union League’s website. We also suggest reviewing this document, which provides some more tips on protecting yourself from scammers: Protect Yourself from COVID-19 Scammers.


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