If you're looking for free medical equipment for seniors in Oregon, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free medical equipment for the elderly in the state of Oregon.
Check out the resources below, and if you have a resource to add, please contact us!
Map of Free Medical Equipment in Oregon
List of Free Medical Equipment in Oregon
The Assistive Technology (AT) Lab is a collaborative education and resource center that is open to the public.
It is a program within Community Vision, a unique disability non-profit in Portland, Oregon. The goal of the Lab is to help build AT capacity in Oregon, SW Washington, and across the region.
The Lab has a growing inventory of Assistive Technology to loan over a 2-week period. This free Loan Closet is made possible by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation and the Sidney & Lillian Zetosch Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation.
- 1Pick-up and drop-off are in-person during Open Hours (or by appointment). Free instructional support is provided at pick-up.
Community Vision – AT Lab
2475 SE Ladd Avenue
Suite #240 (mailing)
Suite #120 (physical)
Portland, OR 97214
- 2If you are interested in borrowing AT, please fill out our Loan Closet Inquiry Form.
The Oregon Telecommunication Devices Access Program (TDAP) loans adaptive telephone equipment at no charge and with no income restrictions to eligible
Oregon residents who have a loss in hearing, speech, vision, mobility or cognition. The Public Utility Commission of Oregon oversees the program.
- 1Corded or cordless amplified phones,
- 2Captioned phones,
- 3Big button phones,
- 6Cell phones,
- 8Speech generating devices,
- 9And more.
- 1State law limits one device per applicant, although two devices may be provided if there is more than one eligible person in a given household.
- 2You must be an Oregon resident, at least four (4) years of age, and have one of the following professionals certify your disability on the application that is within their scope to participate in the program. For example, a speech language pathologist is qualified to certify a speech disability.
- 3We are available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
800-848-4442 or 503-373-7171
TTY - 800-648-3458 or 503-378-6962
Fax: 877-567-1977 or 503-378-6047
The Oregon Technology Access Program (OTAP) provides training, information, technical assistance and resources regarding the uses of technology for children with disabilities.
OTAP services are available to anyone concerned with the needs of Oregon’s children with disabilities from birth to age twenty-one. The program is sponsored by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE).
The MSSP has a free medical equipment closet of new and refurbished equipment. The closet contains manual and motorized wheelchairs, scooters, canes and other various types of products.
- 1Contact via email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are working on collecting equipment that will be available for families to check out (without charge) on a temporary basis. If you have equipment you are no longer using and would like to donate to the closet please contact us.
If you or a loved one or your patient or client cannot afford DME COVO’s Outreach Program is a great resource for the equipment you might be looking for.
As part of our ongoing commitment to Veterans and others in need, COVO accepts donations of well-cared-for DME and provides it at no cost to those who need the assistive technology.
- 1No information found about the price for equipment loan. "Free wheelchairs, free mobility scooters, and other free mobility aids in Oregon"
ACCESS is a private non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. They are the Community Action Agency of Jackson County.
Donated items will be sold in our resale shop whenever possible. When we are unable to use donated items ourselves, we pass them on to other local non-profit agencies as appropriate.