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Free Medical Equipment in Indiana

By Maurice

If you're looking for free medical equipment for seniors in Indiana, you’re in the right place!

This page is a complete resource for free medical equipment for the elderly in the state of Indiana.

Check out the resources below, and if you have a resource to add, please contact us!

Map of Free Medical Equipment in Indiana


List of Free Medical Equipment in Indiana

Program Description:

The League maintains a large inventory of equipment and independent living aids at its Fort Wayne office. Equipment in the inventory includes:

1. low tech items, such as reachers, magnifiers, and gripping devices and,
2. mid tech items, such as closed circuit televisions, and augmentative communication devices.


  • Service Area: Northeast Indiana
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • Other Details: 
  1. 1
    High tech services are provided through a collaborative partnership with the Technology Services Program of Crossroads Rehabilitation Center in Indianapolis.
    DeafLink has grown to serve more than fifteen (15) counties between northern Indiana and northwestern Ohio.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Cancer Services mission is to enhance the quality of life of those affected by cancer by providing meaningful resources, information and compassionate assistance. 

We do so through a variety of programs and services, including financial assistance for cancer-related expenses, personalized supportive counseling, durable medical equipment loan, home health supplies, transportation assistance, massage therapy, and exercise.


  • Service Area: Northeast Indiana (Allen, Adams, DeKalb, Huntington, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells, or Whitley counties)
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • anyone diagnosed with cancer
  • Other Details: n/a
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Turnstone is Northeast Indiana's only free-standing not-for-profit organization providing a comprehensive continuum of supportive services addressing the unique needs of people with disabilities and their families.

Turnstone lends gently-used adaptive equipment and other items at no charge on a first-come, first-served basis to individuals with disabilities. Equipment loans are intended to be temporary. However, Turnstone recognizes that some items will be used on a long-term basis.


  • Service Area: Northeast Indiana
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • individuals with disabilities
  • Other Details: n/a
  • Sources:

Program Description:

We are also happy to accept an in-kind donation of durable medical equipment, medical supplies related to cancer, nutritional supplements or wigs.


  • Service Area: South Bend
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • those affected by cancer
  • Other Details: Their office is in South Bend, IN.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Wheelchair Help was founded in 2002 with 4 wheelchairs and a vision. They serve 100’s of people monthly with gifts, loaners, subsidies, support network and accommodating donations. 

They have 100’s of wheelchairs and power chairs.
Gifts of donated equipment are provided when need is obvious and funding options limited.
Loaners of donated wheelchairs and equipment are offered to all in our community regardless of income or disability, up to 3 months or more without obligation.


  • Service Area: 50 miles from Elkhart, Indiana
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  1. 1
    Loaner chairs,
  2. 2
    Scooters,
  3. 3
    Wheel chairs,
  4. 4
    Lift chairs,
  5. 5
    Lifts,
  6. 6
    Walkers,
  7. 7
    Bath seats.
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • people with disabilities
  • Other Details: n/a
  • Sources:

Program Description:

GiveHear is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to providing the Gift of Hearing. 

GiveHear offers audiology services and hearing aids at a reduced cost and on a sliding fee scale. GiveHear was founded to eliminate the access gap for first-rate hearing healthcare available to underserved children and adults in our community. Their program is unduplicated by any other agency in Northeast Indiana.

The Hearing Aid Donation Program allows them to collect gently used hearing aids that can be reconditioned and reprogrammed for their patients. This program serves many of GiveHear's hearing aid recipients and gives an opportunity for the community to re-home pre-owned hearing aids to our clinic.

Giving a hearing aid a new home is free of charge. GiveHear provides self-addressed postage paid envelopes for ease.


  • Service Area: Northeast Indiana
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Hearing aids 
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • underserved children and adults
  • Other Details: n/a
  1. 1
    Those interested to donate must fill out the form on the website to request a self-addressed stamped donation envelope. The shipping is on GiveHear.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Easterseals Crossroads has been providing services and programs for people with disabilities in their community for over 80 years. 

In 2007, Easterseals Crossroads partnered with the State of Indiana Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services to establish the Indiana Assistive Technology Act (INDATA) Project. The INDATA Project is one of 56 similar, federally-funded projects designed to increase access and awareness of assistive technology.

The INDATA Project core services include:

  1. 1
    Information and referral,
  2. 2
    Funding assistance,
  3. 3
    Public awareness and education,
  4. 4
    Device demonstration,
  5. 5
    Device loan,
  6. 6
    Reutilized computers and equipment reutilization.

  • Service Area: Indiana
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Assistive technology devices
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • people with disabilities
  • Other Details:  
  1. 1
    INDATA operates an equipment reutilization program in which we accept CCTVs, video magnifiers and other assistive technology devices. These items are sanitized, repaired and given to individuals with disabilities in Indiana for free.
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Program Description:

Easterseals Crossroads has been providing services and programs for people with disabilities in their community for over 80 years. 

In 2007, Easterseals Crossroads partnered with the State of Indiana Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services to establish the Indiana Assistive Technology Act (INDATA) Project. The INDATA Project is one of 56 similar, federally-funded projects designed to increase access and awareness of assistive technology.

The INDATA Equipment Exchange is a free online classified system for assistive technology. There are some items Easterseals Crossroads is unable to accept such as: power wheelchairs, stair lifts, dental equipment, CPAPs or other respiratory equipment, medical equipment, prosthetics, hearing aids and hospital beds.

However, those items can be listed on their free online classified system for assistive technology.


  • Service Area: Indiana
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  1. 1
    Power wheelchairs,
  2. 2
    Stair lifts,
  3. 3
    Dental equipment,
  4. 4
    Cpaps or other respiratory equipment,
  5. 5
    Medical equipment,
  6. 6
    Prosthetics,
  7. 7
    Hearing aids and
  8. 8
    Hospital beds.
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes (database)
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes (database)
  • Audience served:
  • people with disabilities
  • Other Details: n/a
  • Sources:

Program Description:


  • Service Area: West Central Indiana (Parke, Vermillion, Putnam, Owen, Clay, and Vigo Counties)
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Adaptive equipment 
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? n/a
  • Audience served:
  • Other Details: Site access restricted. No information found about accepting equipment donations.
    They do accept equipment donations according to their Facebook posts.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

FAME accepts Donated Medical Supplies and Equipment. If you would like to donate medical supplies or gently used medical equipment, check out our needs and guidelines below. 

SEND medicines you collect! Tylenol, creams, vitamins – we call it Cardboard Pharmacy – scroll down to sign up and we will send you a box and info!


  • Service Area: Indiana
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes 
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? No (worldwide)
  • Audience served:
  • Other Details: Donations can be either dropped off at their Indianapolis location or mailed to us.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Donated and recycled durable medical equipment is available for loan to ALS patients, based on medical and financial need, and is free of charge. We gratefully accept donations of quality medical goods to maintain our loan closet inventory.


  • Service Area: Indiana
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes 
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • people with ALS
  • Other Details: For more information about our Equipment Loan Closet, please contact our Care Services Team at 317.915.9888.

1 thought on “Free Medical Equipment in Indiana”

  1. I have a large Detecto medical scale I would like to donate. Do you know of someone who could use it? It would need to be picked up at my residence on the west side of Indianapolis.

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