If you're looking for free medical equipment for seniors in Colorado, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free medical equipment for the elderly in the state of Colorado.
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Map of Free Medical Equipment in Colorado
List of Free Medical Equipment in Colorado
The Assistive Technology Program of Colorado can help individuals with disabilities to lead more independent lives through the use of AT.
The CIDE team works together with stakeholders throughout Colorado to provide AT information and assistance to individuals with disabilities, seniors, and their service providers.
AT Finder is an online search tool and resource database that assists individuals, and organizations, in obtaining new or used AT devices or equipment for little or no cost. This service allows users to search several classified and auction sites, both within Colorado and nationwide, using a single search tool. The site has also compiled a comprehensive list of other resources available to users in their search for AT devices and equipment.
Any devices or equipment obtained from AT Finder should be based on a professional evaluation and recommendation from an Assistive Technology Specialist to assure proper usage and fit.
Good Health Will, formerly known as Rocky Mountain Medical Outfitting and Recycling (RMMOR) is a Colorado nonprofit organization committed to connecting health care supplies and medical equipment to those in need.
They accept donations of durable medical equipment and healthcare supplies, and provide low cost purchase options of those items to the public.
- 1Anyone may visit their stores to purchase low cost health care supplies and medical equipment. They have two storefronts open to the public in Loveland, CO and Greeley, CO. In addition, they can ship many of our smaller items nationwide and offer local delivery of large items.
- 2Through generous Pay It Forward donations from our customers we can also provide financial assistance in many instances.
- 3Medical equipment & healthcare supplies list: GoodHealthwill - Donate .
- 4Donated equipment may be in new, gently used, or very used condition.
- 5For current availability or to put a hold on an item, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, message us on Facebook, or call our Loveland store at 970-624-6002 or our Greeley store at 970-515-6935. Thank you!
Assistance League Denver is an all volunteer, nonprofit organization committed to serving the needs of our community.
- 5Bath benches;
- 6Toilet risers.
- 1Assistance League of Denver loans wheelchairs, walkers, canes, bath benches, toilet risers and other medical equipment free of charge to those in need.
- 2The Hospital Equipment Lending Program (H.E.L.P.) is open by appointment only.
Kids Mobility Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing children with disabilities with complex rehab technology and durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers and other medical equipment.
- 1Manual wheelchairs;
- 2Power wheelchairs;
- 3Activity chairs;
- 6Adaptive bikes, and
- 7Other CRT.
- 1People interested in donating may drop their equipment at the warehouse in Centennial. The best days to donate equipment are Wednesdays and Thursdays between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. Other days are also available, but by appointment only. They do not have the ability to pick up equipment at this time.
- 2Kids Mobility Network is able to ship product to locations in the United States of America (USA), but they charge for transportation and also have service fees:
Miscellaneous CRT – $200;
Activity Chair - $200;
Walker or Gait Trainer – $200;
Stander – $200;
Manual Wheelchair – $200;
Power Wheelchair – $500 (plus battery cost when necessary);
Adaptive Tricycle - Discounts up to 50%.
The mission of the Dominican Home Health Agency is to provide quality nursing care and related services to the sick in their homes.
They give priority to the poor, foster the integrity of family life and assist the elderly and chronically ill to stay at home.
- 3Gait Belts;
- 4Hospital Beds and accessories;
- 5Commodes + Commode Safety Frames;
- 6Transport Chairs;
- 7Walkers (Frame Walkers/Front-Wheeled Walkers, Hemi Walkers, Wheeled Walkers);
- 9Knee Scooters;
- 1The donated equipment they receive gets sanitized, stored, and ready for your use.
- 2There are no eligibility requirements. There are no time constraints. You may use the equipment for as long as you need.
- 3Those interested must contact the DME Coordinator via phone to make an equipment request or to hear if we can accept your donation.
- 4Items they can accept and loan:
a) Bath Benches, Shower Chairs, + Tub Transfer Benches;
b) Bed Canes;
c) Bed Rails;
d) Commodes + Commode Safety Frames;
f) Diapers, Pull-Ups + Bed Pads/Chucks;
g) Dressing Sticks;
h) Gait Belts;
i) Hospital Beds;
j) Hospital Tables;
k) Leg Risers;
m) Shoe Horns;
n) Sock Aids;
o) Toilet Risers;
p) Transport Chairs;
r) Frame Walkers/Front-Wheeled Walkers;
s) Hemi Walkers;
t) Knee Scooters;
u) Rollators (Four-Wheeled Walkers);
v) 3-Wheeled Walkers;
w) Wheelchairs + Wheelchair Cushions.
- 5Items they will not accept, nor loan:
a) Arm, Back or Knee Braces;
c) Electric Scooters or Electric Wheelchairs;
d) Expired items (lotions, foods, etc.);
f) Hoyer Lifts;
g) Opened packages of Diapers or Pull-Ups;
h) Random Tubing;
i) Respiratory Equipment (including oxygen tanks);
j) Sport Wheelchairs.
Silver Key Senior Services is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit recognized by the IRS. Silver Key is proud to serve thousands of seniors in the Pikes Peak region.
The Silver Key Friends Thrift Store features a Home Medical Equipment Department to help seniors stay independent while at home. They offer many different types of mobility aids for sale including canes, walkers, shower chairs, and wheelchairs.
- 3Shower Chairs;
- 4Wheelchairs, and
- 1They accept donations of most clean assistive home medical equipment, new or used, including risers with or without arms, transfer benches and lift chairs.
- 2They cannot accept any oxygen equipment.
The Home Builders Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Are you interested in donating your used stair lift or wheelchair lift?
Lifts are the most expensive hard cost that the HBF grants and we would love your support in cutting those costs with your in-kind gift.
- 1Stair lifts; Wheelchair lifts; Aluminum Ramps
- 1The Home Builders Foundation hass an agreement with Accessible Systems to pick up and store these donations for them. Simply contact them directly. They provide free home renovations for those in need.
- 2They form teams of Independence Builders around each and every project – from their skilled and unskilled volunteers who build and install home modifications, to the monetary and in-kind donations provided by donors and sponsors.
Disabled Resource Services (DRS) is a non-profit organization serving Larimer and Jackson Counties.
- 1They are not accepting equipment donations at this time. - probably related to COVID and this might change in the future
- 2They rent the equipment. The price for the most commonly rented items:
a) Rollabouts (Knee Scooters) (6 month rental) $35;
b) Wheel Chairs $30;
c) 4 Wheeled Seated Walkers and Bed canes $25;
d) Walkers, Bath Chairs, Bath Stools, Transfer Benches, Commodes, Raised Toilet Seat, Bathroom Bars, Toilet Bars, Canes and Quad Canes $20;
e) Reachers, Long Shoe Horns and Sock Aides $10.
- 3The equipment is available in our Fort Collins and Loveland offices.
Dave's Locker was founded in 2017 by Arvada Fire Lieutenant Dave Matus and is supported by the Arvada Fire Protection District.
Dave's Locker is a free community medical equipment service that loans crutches, walkers, wheelchairs, shower stools, grab bars, canes, knee scooters, bathroom aids (and much more) to anyone in need. They also accept donations of these items for those who would like to pass them on.
- 1Unopened oxygen tubing.
- 2Mobility equipment : knee scooters, wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, boots, canes.
- 3Bathroom aids: shower benches, commodes, grab bars, etc.
- 4Transport chairs, hospital beds, Hoyer lifts, Sit-to-Stand lifts, Stair chairs.
- 1Have some equipment not listed here? Call us at 720.624.6486.
- 2To donate equipment:
a) Drop donations off at Arvada Fire headquarters : 7903 Allison Way Arvada, CO 80005
b) Leave equipment OUTSIDE of the office during our office hours: Monday 9am - 12pm, Wednesday 11am - 2pm, Friday 1pm - 4pm.
- 3Equipment they cannot accept :
a) Any kind of equipment like CPAP, BiPAP, oxygen tanks, or anything that dispenses oxygen.
B) Equipment which cannot be cleaned to an acceptable reusable condition or is broken, rusting or stained.
- 4An equipment pickup/drop-off service is not offered at this time.
The South Metro Medical Equipment Loan Closet is a non-profit, 501(c)3, which provides durable medical equipment to those 18 and over in the south metro area on a short term basis.
Equipment is received, inspected, cleaned, and repaired when needed, ten placed in revolving inventory.
- 5Hospital beds,
- 6Knee cruisers,
- 7Extended grabbers,
- 8Toilet seat risers & stabilizers,
- 9Shower chairs,
- 10Chairs to move into/out of a bathtub, and
- 11Other items.
- 1Call for appointment to borrow or donate equipment.
- 2All equipment donations will be considered, we are specifically interested in providing: wheelchairs, crutches, walkers, scooters, canes, hospital beds, knee cruisers, extended grabbers, toilet seat risers, shower chairs, chairs to move into/out of a bathtub. You can contact us via the form on this page, by email at email@example.com or by phone at 720-443-2013.
TLC’s DME Loan Closet remains available to anyone in the community at no cost who has a temporary need for a piece of durable medical equipment.
Because of the many generous donations from their community members, TLC’s DME Loan Closet remains full. Currently, TLC is only accepting limited donations of DME.
- 4Wheelchairs (non-motorized),
- 5Toilet seat risers.
- 1Please call them at 719-481-4864 or email them to find out more about the DME that they currently accept.
- 2If you would like to either borrow a piece of DME or have questions about donating a piece of medical equipment, please contact Nurse Cindy Stickel at (719) 481-4864, x 103 or via email.
- 3DME not available:
a) Motorized wheelchairs,
b) Leg braces,
d) Oxygen Tanks,
e) Dressings, lotions, etc.
- 4Due to liability issues, Tri-Lakes Cares cannot accept any over-the counter medications or prescription medications.
The Erie Rotary Club serves the community of Erie, Colorado, in a variety of capacities and is represented by a diverse set of individuals and businesses.
They focus on three areas: engaging in the community, serving seniors, and supporting students.
Erie Rotary Loan Closet provides on loan, durable medical equipment, such as wheelchairs, walkers, shower benches, etc. to those recovering from surgery or medical conditions in the Erie area.
- 3Shower benches, etc.
- 1Small donations are solicited, collected and loans are provided to all those in need.
- 2To checkout equipment please call Cindy Hickman @ (303) 926-2550.
- 3No information found related to accepting DME donations.
The loan closet loans adaptive equipment to Broomfield residents age 60+ and/or disabled. Loans are meant to provide short-term assistance for those recovering from a recent surgery or temporary disability.
- 1Wheelchairs / transport chairs,
- 2Shower chairs / transfer benches,
- 3Walkers and rollators,
- 4Reachers & grabbers,
- 7Portable Ramps.
- 1Appointments are mandatory and can be made by calling 303.464.5526.
- 2Equipment donations are accepted with prior approval. Please call 303.464.5543.
- 3Loans are for two months and loaned on a first come, first served basis. Renewals are on a case-bycase basis. If one is needed, call 303.464.5543. Please note: only two items can be checked out at a time.
- 4The Loan Closet is located at BCC. Click here to view the Loan Closet brochure.
- 5Loan Closet Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- 6Monetary donations are accepted and appreciated. All donations are used to maintain inventory and purchase additional equipment.
Lafayette Senior Services' Loan Closet helps individuals and care partners avoid the expense of buying adaptive equipment.
- 1Wheelchairs - transport and standard,
- 3Walkers - two and four wheel,
- 4Knee scooters,
- 7Transfer benches,
- 8Shower benches.
- 1Borrow equipment from 1 to 3 months with a $5 per month (resident) and $8 per month (non-resident) suggested donation.
- 2Please sanitize equipment prior to returning it.
- 3They do not loan bedside commodes or toilet risers.
- 4They occasionally accept donations of equipment in good to excellent condition on an as-needed basis. Check availability of the equipment you need or our need for donated equipment by contacting the front desk at (303) 665-9052 x0 or stop by in person. They do not pick up or deliver equipment.
The A.V. Hunter Trust provides funding towards the purchase of durable medical equipment and limited dental dental services for legal Colorado residents. For more information please see the website.
The program does not:
1 - provide free medical equipment
2 - fully pay for equipment
3 - or provide funding directly to individuals
Instead, a Case Manager (which is a third-party professional) can apply online for their clients (those in need of assistance). The Case Manager acts as the liaison between the Client and the A.V. Hunter Trust. If funding is awarded, the funds are paid directly to the vendor, after the equipment is received.
- 2Standing frames, Braces,
- 3Prostheses, and
- 4Smaller items including eyeglasses and hearing aids.
- 1Minor modifications to homes or vehicles owned by the Client (ramps, lifts, etc.) are also considered.
- 2In addition, four specific dental procedures are eligible: fillings, extractions, partials, and dentures.
- 3The Trust continues to accept applications for the Funds for One Program to assist qualified individuals with the purchase of eyeglasses, hearing aids, durable medical equipment, and limited dental procedures.