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Free Medical Equipment in Ohio

By Maurice

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

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

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

Map of Free Medical Equipment in Ohio


List of Free Medical Equipment in Ohio

Program Description:

Assistive Technology of Ohio offers a Device Reutilization Program through our partnership with the YMCA of Central Ohio / ECRN+.

ECRN+ accepts donations of adaptive equipment, assistive technology and durable medical equipment. The equipment is sanitized and refurbished (if needed) and loaned out, free of charge, to children, teens and adults with disabilities. The equipment includes walkers, bolsters, feeding chairs, standers, sensory devices and other adaptive equipment.


  • Service Area: Columbus area, central Ohio
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Adaptive equipment, assistive technology and durable medical equipment including:
  1. 1
    Walkers,
  2. 2
    Bolsters,
  3. 3
    Feeding chairs,
  4. 4
    Standers,
  5. 5
    Sensory devices and
  6. 6
    Other adaptive equipment.
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • children, teens and adults with disabilities
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    To find out more information, you may contact the YMCA of Central Ohio / ECRN+ by calling 614-389-3880 or by emailing them through the following page: Contact Us - ECRN | YMCA of Central Ohio.
  2. 2
    You may also contact AT Ohio at 1-800-784-3425 or through email at atohio@osu.edu.
  3. 3
    The loan period is up to 90 days.
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Program Description:

Assistive Technology of Ohio (AT Ohio) is a federally funded nonprofit organization that is part of the College of Engineering at The Ohio State University. AT Ohio is the officially designated Tech Act program for Ohio.

AT Ohio's mission is to help Ohioans with disabilities learn about or acquire assistive technology. Assistive Technology refers to devices, equipment or services that assist individuals with disabilities to function independently in the areas of work, home or school.

We offer several programs and services to achieve that goal.
AT Ohio has a large library of assistive technology devices for you to try out, free of charge.


  • Service Area: Ohio
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Assistive technology in the categories of:
  1. 1
    Blind and low vision devices,
  2. 2
    Communication and speech,
  3. 3
    Computer access,
  4. 4
    Deaf and hearing-impaired,
  5. 5
    Education and learning,
  6. 6
    Environmental aids to daily living,
  7. 7
    Adapted toys.
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? No
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • Ohioans with disabilities
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    Simply peruse our library for a device you think may be of benefit to you, then request it through our on-line application. Once we receive the signed agreement form, we will contact you with approval notice and shipping information. (We communicate through email. If you are borrowing a device, please check your email for updates and information on your request.)
  2. 2
    You may try the device for 30 days from the day you receive it. No device will be released without a signed agreement form.
  3. 3
    AT Ohio will send you a shipping label along with the device for you to return it to us after the 30-day trial period. If you prefer, you may also drop the device off at our west campus location.
  4. 4
    All high-tech AAC devices (Accent 800, 1000, 1400, Tobii Dynvox I-13, I-16, etc.) must be borrowed through SLPs or OTs only. Families wishing to borrow a high-tech AAC device through Assistive Technology of Ohio MUST have an SLP or OT they are currently working with request the device.
  5. 5
    For more information, please call Gaye Spetka at 800-784-3425, 614-292-2390 or atohio.org.
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Program Description:

Founded in 1985, Tri-County Independent Living Center, Inc. is a non-residential, non-profit 501©(3) organization whose Board of Directors and staff is comprised of a majority of persons with various disabilities.

The Center serves individuals with disabilities who reside in the Summit, Stark, and Portage counties area.
The loan closet program provides mobility, medical and home modification equipment for temporary use by people with disabilities. Loan Closet's inventory consists of donated equipment. The center does not purchase durable medical equipment.


  • Service Area: Summit, Stark, and Portage counties area
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Mobility, medical and home modification equipment
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • people with disabilities
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    The items in the loan closet change and depend on contributions made by individuals and the return of previously loaned equipment.
  2. 2
    If you are in need of a loaned piece of equipment, you will need to do the following:
    a) Call the Center "in advance" to find out if equipment is available. The center is unable to serve "walk-ins" during the workday.
    b) Must have a physician's script for the needed equipment which must be related to the person's specific disability.
    c) Must have a photo ID with current name/address.
    d) Must make arrangements to pick up/return the loan equipment.
    e) All equipment is loaned for a maximum of (3) months and must be returned to the center.
    f) Equipment borrowers assume all liability for the safe use of the equipment. The Center does not provide maintenance or repairs.
    d) There is a cash deposit required for wheelchairs, rollators, and wheelchair ramps. Call the Center for additional information.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Founded in 1993, MedWish International is a not-for-profit organization that saves lives and the environment by repurposing 

discarded medical supplies and equipment to provide humanitarian aid to people in need in the US and worldwide. Their Cleveland-based facility receives weekly deliveries from surrounding hospitals, clinics, physician offices, surgery centers, homecare, and individuals.


  • Service Area: Cleveland area
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  1. 1
    Basic medical supplies,
  2. 2
    Medical equipment,
  3. 3
    Medical furniture (see Source 3 for details).
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? No (through their partners)
  • Audience served:
  • those in need worldwide and in United States
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    Individuals wishing to donate health-related products may drop-off of unused, non-expired medical supplies and usable medical equipment right at our warehouse.
  2. 2
    Unfortunately, MedWish is unable to pick up medical supplies and cannot accept expired supplies.
  3. 3
    Drop-Off Hours: Tuesday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. No appointments needed, upon arrival please ring the front doorbell and our staff will be happy to assist you.Warehouse Location: 1625 East 31 Street, Cleveland, OH 44114.
  4. 4
    MedWish welcomes both one-time and regular donations from hospitals, medical clinics, nursing homes, manufacturers and other health care organizations throughout Northeast Ohio.
  5. 5
    While the supplies themselves are free, MedWish does charge a fee for the labor and materials necessary for packaging and providing them to overseas recipients. Overseas recipients are also responsible for paying all shipping and receiving charges.
  6. 6
    Local & Domestic Giving: MedWish International partners with local agencies in order to fulfill the needs of our local community. We’ve realized that every day, many families and individuals struggle to find assistance in getting the medical equipment they need to improve a loved one’s quality of life. This program supplements our mission and allows us to serve vulnerable populations in Cleveland and around the United States. The program is open to all eligible social agencies and non-profit organizations. Applicant organizations will pay a handling fee (fee for service) to offset a portion of MedWish’s costs to procure, repurpose, and distribute its medical inventory, and the program will be administered by MedWish’s professional staff.
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Program Description:

The mission of Matthew 25: Ministries is to fulfill Matthew 25:34-40 of the New Testament by providing nutritional food to the hungry, clean water to the thirsty, clothing to the naked, affordable shelter to

the homeless, medical care to the ill, and humanitarian supplies to those in need.
They collects and redistributes various product donations to those in need in the U.S. and around the world. Donations accepted at warehouse in Blue Ash, Ohio


  • Service Area: Blue Ash area
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  1. 1
    Medical equipment and supplies
  2. 2
    Empty pill bottles
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? No
  • Audience served:
  • those in need in the United States and around the world
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    Help those in need by donating new or slightly used items to Matthew 25: Ministries. We accept product donations from corporations, organizations and individuals nationwide, including items that are misprinted, slightly damaged, over-stocked or gently used.
  2. 2
    These donations are sorted in our warehouse and then redistributed to the poorest of the poor and disaster victims in the United States and around the world.
  3. 3
    Don’t see your item? Give us a call at (513)793-6256. Due to the enormous variety of items we accept, we cannot make a conclusive list.
    According to secondary sources they also accept donations of medical equipment and supplies. They seem to request donations based on humanitarian needs (eg. they made a call for medical supplies to be sent to India which included baby and infant supplies and first-aid items).
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Program Description:

The GIVE Medical Ministry is an extension of Miami County Community Services providing reconditioned medical equipment to those in need. Free “loaner” reconditioned durable medical equipment and supplemental medical supplies is available to those in need.


  • Service Area: Miami County
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies 
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • those in need
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    Service area: Anywhere, but would like to have person pick up equipment.
    1000 Mote Drive
    Covington, Ohio 45318
  2. 2
    Eligibility: Anyone in need, with proper documentation. Example: No insurance, or underinsured, or unable to purchase or rent necessary medical equipment. Documents needed: Statement of need from doctor, nurse, or therapist (for some equipment).
  3. 3
    If you are interested in donating equipment, and/or making a monetary donation, or volunteering please call (937) 473-5195.
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Program Description:

Caring Partners International is a Christian healthcare ministry with the mission of equipping churches around the world with healthcare tools to meet both physical and spiritual needs. 

Locally, CPI donates thousands of pounds of nutritional & medical supplies each year to churches to help kids in need, seniors, homeless shelters, and food pantries. Nationally, CPI donates disaster relief supplies to churches to assist families in affected areas. Globally, CPI partners with churches to host community healthcare clinics, staffed by both national and U.S.-based volunteer healthcare providers. 


  • Service Area: Franklin area
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  1. 1
    OTC medication,
  2. 2
    Basic medical supply, including: ace bandages, band-aids, first aid gauze & bandages, first aid tape, first aid bandages, exam gloves – sizes medium and large.
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes, by referral from a church or healthcare provider.
  • Audience served:
  • Those in need through national churches from around the globe
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    The types of items we collect range from unopened, sterile, specialty, surgical supplies to common personal care items and medical equipment. There are not many items that we cannot find a grateful home for in the many projects we support. 
  2. 2
    We do not accept:
    a) Open packs of diapers or bedpads,
    b) Commodes/potty chairs,
    c) Clothes,
    d) Liquids of any kind,
    e) Glucometers without test strips or expired test strips,
    f) Custom-fitted (formed) wheelchairs,
    g) Used CPAP machines, braces, or any equipment that directly contacts skin,
    h) Pill bottles or any pre-prescribed medication,
    i) Any other items that are or appear to be hazardous or dangerous.
  3. 3
    For more information, please give our office a call at 937-743-2744
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Program Description:

The Mid- Ohio Board for an Independent Living Environment (MOBILE) was established by a group of independent living advocates as a Disability Resource Center. 

MOBILE located in central Ohio is one of twelve Centers for Independent Living within the state.
MOBILE's Equipment Loan Program offers equipment and assistive devices, wheelchairs, walkers, canes, and other equipment on a loan basis.


  • Service Area: Franklin County
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Equipment and assistive devices, including:
  1. 1
    Wheelchairs,
  2. 2
    Walkers,
  3. 3
    Canes, and
  4. 4
    Other equipment.
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes/No
  • Audience served:
  • people with disabilities
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    Their office is in Columbus, Ohio. There is no information about price on their website. In most Centers for Independent Living loan closets are free.
  2. 2
    MOBILE accepts donations of equipment.
  3. 3
    MOBILE provides wheelchair ramps on a limited basis in conjunction with other community organizations.
  4. 4
    The Deaf Equipment program provides devices to the deaf or hard of hearing to improve safety and accessibility to the individual needing the equipment. This program is for residents of Franklin County (excluding the city of Columbus.)
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Program Description:

Helping Hands is a ministry that loans medical equipment on an as-long-as-needed basis to anyone who needs it. No strings attached!


  • Service Area: Pickerington area
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  1. 1
    Hospital beds,
  2. 2
    Wheelchairs,
  3. 3
    Bedside commodes,
  4. 4
    Transfer benches,
  5. 5
    Shower chairs,
  6. 6
    Canes (straight and quad),
  7. 7
    Commode risers,
  8. 8
    Walkers,
  9. 9
    Rollators,
  10. 10
    Commode safety rails,
  11. 11
    Crutches,
  12. 12
    Reachers,
  13. 13
    Sock aids,
  14. 14
    Long shoe horns,
  15. 15
    Disposable diapers/briefs,
  16. 16
    Bed pads,
  17. 17
    And more.
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals?Yes
  • Audience served:
  • those in need
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    To inquire about or request medical equipment, please call 614-837-4568.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

The mission of the Access Center for Independent Living (ACIL) is to ensure that people with disabilities have full and complete access to the community in which they reside.

ACIL's Recycled Equipment Donated for Independence (REDI) program accepts donations of used, medical equipment that is no longer needed from a variety of sources such as private citizens, nursing homes, independent living facilities, rehab facilities, etc.

ACIL turns over ownership of this useable equipment to individuals who are not eligible to obtain the equipment through Medicaid or Medicare, do not have insurance and cannot afford the equipment.


  • Service Area: Clark, Greene, Montgomery, and Preble counties
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Medical equipment 
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals?Yes
  • Audience served:
  • individuals who are not eligible to obtain the equipment through Medicaid or Medicare, do not have insurance and cannot afford the equipment
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    Donations are accepted to help ACIL continue to operate the REDI program. Any funds, monies or other consideration you donate are solely to cover the cost of running the REDI program and are NOT INTENDED TO GIVE RISE TO ANY WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ABOUT THIS EQUIPMENT.
  2. 2
    We will fulfill requests for equipment in the order the requests were received.
  3. 3
    For equipment pickups and deliveries: Please call and schedule time. Ask to speak with: the REDI Coordinator.
  4. 4
    The (REDI) office is located at: The Access Center for Independent Living, Inc.
    (New Location: on the first floor of the Miami Valley Housing Opportunities)
    907 W. 5th Street
    Suite 100
    Dayton, Ohio 45402
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Ohio Valley Goodwill is pleased to offer the Medical Equipment Loaner program as a community service. 

The Goodwill Medical Equipment Loaner Program is ONLY AVAILABLE at our 10600 Springfield Pike headquarters location and is by appointment only.


  • Service Area: Greater Cincinnati
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals?Yes
  • Audience served:
  • those in need
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    Due to COVID-19 and our limited resources at this time, Goodwill’s Medical Equipment program is currently CLOSED. We will provide an update when the program will re-open. Thank you for your understanding and support.
  2. 2
    Each piece of equipment is $5.00 to rent. If you return the equipment, you will get your $5.00 back, or you can exchange it for a different piece.
  3. 3
    Goodwill accepts in-kind donations of various items.
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Program Description:

Founded in 1980, Services for Independent Living (SIL) is a non-profit, non-residential Center for Independent Living in Northeast Ohio.

The equipment program provides individuals with disabilities new or gently used items such as walkers, wheelchairs, canes, crutches, bedside commodes, shower chairs, incontinence supplies, and more. The goal is to help individuals who are not able to purchase or obtain equipment through their health insurance, or any other means.

SIL also accepts donations of new and gently used medical equipment and incontinence supplies to maintain the program.


  • Service Area: Northeast Ohio, Euclid area
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals?Yes
  • Audience served:
  • individuals who are not able to purchase or obtain equipment through their health insurance, or any other means
  • Other Details: n/a
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Wheels of Hope collects, reconditions, and gives free wheelchairs, walking aids and related durable medical equipment to those in great need in developing or recovering nations. 

They provide wheelchair distributions to those who do not have wheelchairs, and seek wheelchair donations from those who have enough.


  • Service Area: Northeastern Ohio
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals?No
  • Audience served:
  • those in great need in developing or recovering nations
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    No clear information found about their service area, just that they have various contacts in Northeastern Ohio and that they pick up equipment unless they live within 25 miles of within 50 miles of Canton, Ohio. Shipping a wheelchair via UPS Ground costs around $70.
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Program Description:

Matthew's Lending Library is an Ohio non profit charitable organization dedicated to providing adaptive therapy/positioning equipment to children and young adults with special needs.


  • Service Area: Avon Lake
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? n/a
  • Audience served:
  • children and young adults with special needs
  • Other Details:
  1. 1
    Their office is located in Avon Lake, Ohio, 17 miles from Cleveland.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

The goal of LifeNet's Wheelchair Project is to put wheelchairs that are not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from them.

LifeNet's Wheelchair Project is for those living in the United States. The program is designed to facilitate the exchange of wheelchairs between individuals and is not for the use of vendors or distributors.


  • Service Area: Nationwide
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? n/a
  • Audience served:
  • Other Details:  
  1. 1
    Those interested can see the available equipment online (Items Available) or can make an equipment request (Items Requested).
  • Sources:

Program Description:

PRC-Saltillo is a worldwide developer of speech-generating devices (SGDs), market-leading apps and several innovative AAC 

language systems that enable individuals with complex communication disorders the ability to express themselves. PRC-Saltillo's Trial Device Program is the ideal solution for those looking to trial a device before purchase. With the help of an SLP, parents/caregivers can try a device before purchasing.

PRC-Saltillo’s Evaluation Loan Program provides equipment to be used for evaluations at no cost, for up to 4 weeks. In addition, evaluators receive consistent and reliable support from their PRC-Saltillo consultant.


  • Service Area: Nationwide
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? No
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • Other Details:  
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Free “loaner” reconditioned durable medical equipment and supplemental medical supplies to those in need.


  • Service Area: Ohio
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • those in need
  • Other Details:  
  1. 1
    Service area: Anywhere, but would like to have person pick up equipment. Their location is in Covington, Ohio.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

CAMO partners with the Lion’s club to collect eyeglasses and redistribute them to individuals in need.


  • Service Area: Ohio
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? No
  • Audience served:
  • Other Details:  
  1. 1
    They redistribute the eyeglasses in Honduras.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

CAMO welcomes any one-time or recurring donations. It is thanks to our supportive donors and volunteers that we are able to 

supply hospitals, clinics, humanitarian organizations, and individuals in Honduras in need of these donations.


  • Service Area: Orrville area
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? No (worldwide)
  • Audience served:
  • Other Details:  
  1. 1
    If you as an individual or organization would like to donate any unexpired medical supplies or equipment you can drop-off your donations at our warehouse in Orville OH. Please, check our contact information below. Our working hours are from 8:00 am-5:00 pm Monday to Friday.
  • Sources:

Program Description:

Church of the Ascension is a part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Columbus, Ohio. They loan medical equipment to anyone free of charge in our area. 

They accept used equipment like wheelchairs, medical beds etc.


  • Service Area: Johnstown
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • Other Details:  
  1. 1
    Feel free to contact Bob at (740) 967-2204 or Chip at (740) 390-8048.

Program Description:

The Society offers a wide array of medical and adaptive equipment for loan (hospital beds, walkers, crutches, canes etc.) Items are loaned for a 30-day period which can be renewed. 

There is no charge, although donations are welcomed to assist with maintaining equipment inventory.


  • Service Area: Medina County
  • Type of Medical Equipment:  
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • Other Details:  
  1. 1
    To borrow equipment please call (330) 722-1900 ext. 330 for assistance. Please call ahead. We are unable to accommodate walk-ins.

Program Description:

Easterseals is a non-profit provider of health and human services, incorporated under the provisions of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 

It provides services to help children and adults with disabilities and/or special needs as well as support to their families. Through their Equipment Loan Programs, they accept medical equipment donations and then provide the equipment to those in need free or for a nominal fee.

Easterseals Medical Equipment Loan helps individuals and caregivers during a time of need by providing equipment free of charge for up to 90 days. The program lends adaptive medical equipment such as wheelchairs, crutches, walkers, shower chairs and bedside commodes to individuals with temporary or long-term illnesses or disabilities.

Goodwill Easterseals Miami Valley lends assistive-living medical equipment to anyone in need. We offer wheelchairs, commodes, walkers, crutches and more free of charge. We also accept donations of medical equipment (some restrictions apply.)


  • Service Area: Northern and Southwest Ohio
  • Type of Medical Equipment: Medical Equipment 
  • Accepts medical equipment donations? Yes
  • Provides free medical equipment to United States individuals? Yes
  • Audience served:
  • children and adults with disabilities and/or special needs
  • Other Details:  
  1. 1
    Easterseals Northern Ohio.
  2. 2
    Goodwill/Easterseals Miami Valley lends assistive living medical equipment to anyone in need. They offer wheelchairs, commodes, walkers, crutches and more free of charge in this loan program. Loan form
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Program Description:

The Chapter's Equipment Loan Closet makes used and donated medical equipment available to persons living with ALS. A confirmation of diagnosis may be requested before loans can be approved.


  • Service Area: Northern Ohio
  • 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:  
  1. 1
    Interested families should contact the Chapter to request loaned equipment at careservices@alsaohio.org or call 216-592-2572 or 888-592-2572.
  2. 2
    Items Not Accepted by the Northern Ohio Chapter:
    a) Hospital beds;
    b) Hoyer lifts (portable lifts may be accepted if space is available);
    c) Lift chairs/recliners/LaZBoy;
    d) Power wheelchairs not in working order (accepted chairs must have working batteries, motor, tires, etc);
    e) Used commodes and shower chairs;
    f) Enteral formula (for feeding tubes), Ensure, Boost, and other formulas;
    g) Food thickeners;
    h) Gauze pads and feeding tube supplies;
    i) Incontinence products: blue pads, disposable underwear, Depends and Poise pads;
    j) Supplies for suction and cough assist machines;
    k) Clothing and linen.

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