If you're looking for free medical equipment for seniors in South Dakota, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free medical equipment for the elderly in the state of south Dakota.
Check out the resources below, and if you have a resource to add, please contact us!
Map of Free Medical Equipment in South Dakota
List of Free Medical Equipment in South Dakota
DakotaLink is in part, a program of the South Dakota Department of Human Services, Division of Rehabilitation Services administered by Black Hills Special
Services Cooperative and funded in part through a grant from the United States Department of Health and Human Services through the Administration for Community Living under Public Law 108-364, referred to as the Assistive Technology Act of 2004 or the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended.
DakotaLink’s web-based resource, found at www.sd.at4all.com, is an easy and efficient way to locate, sell, donate, or recycle used assistive technology devices, including durable medical equipment.
- 1You create your own password-protected account to list your unneeded devices for sale, loan, or donation. Or you can search for devices you need that may be available from someone else right here in South Dakota.
DakotaLink has contracted with the South Dakota Department of Social Services, Division of Medical Services to establish a program for the reuse of durable
medical equipment and other Assistive Technology Devices commonly purchased for individuals eligible for Medicaid. The intent of this program is to use Medicaid funding in a more efficient and effective manner by recycling and reusing equipment that is no longer needed by the original recipient.
A pilot program site has been established in Sioux Falls, SD as a first step toward evolving into a statewide resource.
MERR sanitizes and refurbishes donated equipment before re-distributing it to a South Dakota resident in need.
- 2Wheelchair accessories,
- 5Gait trainers,
- 6Hospital beds,
- 7Feeding pumps,
- 9Speech generating devices.
- 1For more information contact Merrinfo@dakotalink.net or call 605-271-5074 or 866-274-2594.
- 2Priority is given to South Dakota Medicaid recipients, but anyone may be eligible to receive DME.
- 3A fee for refurbishment costs is charged to non-Medicaid recipients to support program costs.
- 4Donations can be dropped off at their site in Sioux Falls.
Kenadi’s Closet serves as a potential place where families and therapists may donate gently-used therapy equipment.
- 1Rapid City is within 50 miles from Spearfish.
- 2No price information found. Check with them.
- 3Kenadi’s Closet also grants funding for equipment not found in our closet, for families in need and who have exhausted their mainstream resources.