If you're looking for free medical equipment for seniors in New Jersey, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free medical equipment for the elderly in the state of New Jersey.
Check out the resources below, and if you have a resource to add, please contact us!
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Pluckemin is one of more than 10,000 congregations of the Presbyterian Church (USA).
The Presbyterian Church at Pluckemin is located in the small village of Pluckemin, which is part of Bedminster Township in the hills of Somerset County. The medical equipment ministry collects and distributes gently used medical equipment to the community free of charge.
- 1Walkers and rollators,
- 2Canes and crutches,
- 4Power wheelchairs and scooters- in working order,
- 5Bedside commodes and raised toilet seats,
- 6Shower chairs and tub benches,
- 7Bed rails, reachers/grabbers, sock-aids,
- 8Patient lifts,
- 9Unopened wound care supplies & gloves,
- 10Unopened adult briefs,
- 11Bed pads,
- 12Nutritional drinks,
- 14Recliner lift chairs,
- 15Electric hospital beds.
- 1The list is quite extensive and this ministry works locally and abroad. If you have a need, donation, or some time to give please contact 908-396-6057.
- 2Equipment not accepted:
a) Non-repairable equipment,
b) Manual hospital beds,
c) Stair lifts,
d) Oxygen tanks,
f) Used cpap masks/tubing,
g) or expired nutritional drinks.
- 3If you would like to inquire about receiving some medical equipment call 908-396-6057 and leave a message telling us what you are looking for. We will get back to you with availability and schedule an appointment for you.
- 4If you would like to donate medical supplies or equipment you can do so quickly and easily by filling in the online form. If you need to speak to someone about a donation please call 908-396-6257 leave a message and we will return your call.
The goal of the AECDC is to serve the working poor and others in financial distress in the Greater Middlesex County Community by providing free and accessible community-based social services.
Their Health Equipment Loan Program provides free loan of durable medical equipment.
- 2Shower seats,
- 4Canes, etc
- 1For more information please visit the AECDC’s website or call: 732-296-9922.
- 2No information found on their website about accepting medical equipment donations, but 211 New Jersey mentions "The Health Equipment Loan Program (HELP) matches clients with donations of durable medical equipment including wheelchairs, shower seats, walkers, canes, etc. All equipment is loaned for as long as needed."
The Richard West Assistive Technology Advocacy Center (ATAC) of Disability Rights New Jersey (DRNJ) serves as New Jersey’s federally funded assistive technology project.
The Assistive Technology Center is New Jersey’s online resource for information and equipment.Technology Lending Center is now a free service for New Jersey residents. Anyone with a disability who would like to trial assistive technology can contact us, sign up for free, and begin borrowing right away.
- 1ATAC, through its network of contractors, provides a library of devices for temporary short term loan. Borrowing a device for a short period of time is a good way for a person with a disability to determine whether a given device will meet their needs.
- 2ATAC partners with Advancing Opportunities in lending devices to individuals, family members, advocates, etc to trial devices before you go out and buy an expensive piece of equipment that does not work.
The goal of Back In Action hosted by ATAC is to put AT equipment that is not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from it.
Back In Action is primarily for residents of New Jersey, although we do accept entries from neighboring states. The program is designed to facilitate equipment exchange between individuals and is not for the use of vendors or distributors. Back In Action is designed for use by individuals seeking products and those who have items to donate or sell.
- 1It is a Facebook group hosted by ATAC.
- 2If you have a facebook account all you need to do is request to join Back to Action group. Your request will be processed in 1-2 days. If it is approved you will be able to sell, request and buy equipment.
- 3If you would like to post items and you do not have a Facebook account, please email us and the ATAC staff will post the item for you.
The Bikur Cholim of Passaic-Clifton is a volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization whose mission is to help ensure that the mitzvah of Bikur Cholim is carried out with care and compassion.
We provide many crucial services to residents of the Passaic-Clifton community who are in the midst of a medical related crisis.
The Bikur Cholim has a full stock of wheelchairs, walkers, commodes, crutches, canes, scooters and other medical equipment. They are available for loan at no charge.
- 1Contact Aviva Levin at (973) 472-1030
The G'mach is located at: 86 Heights Rd.
By appointment only.
Resources for Independent Living (R I L) is a community based member organization whose purpose is to serve people with disabilities.
Do you have durable medical equipment you would like to donate? We will gladly take your donation! We do not charge clients for equipment we just ask when they are finished to either pay it forward to another person in need or return in back to our agency so that we can help someone else!
- 1We have three convenient locations for drop off: Burlington City, Vineland or Pennsville.
- 2We do not accept stair glides or hospital beds. In addition anything that has fabric material (i.e. chair lifts) we will not accept for sanitary reasons.
The Assistive Technology Center, New Jersey’s online resource for information and equipment.
We help people with disabilities, their families, teachers and employers identify and learn to use the technology that will be most effective in meeting their goals.
- 1No information found about accepting equipment donations. Check with them.