If you're looking for free medical equipment for seniors in Virginia, you’re in the right place!
This page is a complete resource for free medical equipment for the elderly in the state of Virginia.
Check out the resources below, and if you have a resource to add, please contact us!
Map of Free Medical Equipment in Virginia
List of Free Medical Equipment in Virginia
Those who want to sell, buy, loan, borrow or give away used assistive technology devices may list these on the VATS computerized bulletin board read by directly calling (804) 662-9477 (modem) or
by contacting an Information Specialist toll free at (800) 435-8490 (voice and text telephone). This bulletin board is also used to exchange information about devices, services and funding sources.
The Foundation for Rehabilitation Equipment & Endowment (F.R.E.E.) is a volunteer-led non-profit organization based in the state of Virginia.
They collect, sanitize, and gift a range of donated mobility-related rehabilitation equipment to low-income uninsured or under-insured adults in Virginia.
- 1Manual and power wheelchairs,
- 2Walkers and wheeled walkers,
- 3Canes and crutches,
- 4Bath and toilet aids,
- 5Hoyer lifts, and
- 6Other specialty equipment.
- 1F.R.E.E. has six Virginia locations: Roanoke, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, Lynchburg, and Winchester.
- 2F.R.E.E. is considered a provider of last resort. We provide assistance only when all other resources are unavailable. To request equipment, please complete an application below.
Because our equipment is donated to us, the items we have available vary at any given time. It is advised that you contact the F.R.E.E. chapter nearest you to inquire about availability before applying. Contact information for our offices can be found below. We have chapters in Roanoke, Richmond, Williamsburg, Lynchburg, Winchester, and Virginia Beach.
- 3F.R.E.E. does NOT gift respiratory equipment, such as nebulizers, oxygen, or hospital beds.
- 4To apply for equipment, please provide the following documentation:
a) a completed application for equipment (sent online, email, fax, or mail); and
b) a Letter of Medical Necessity or prescription from a medical professional.
Children’s Assistive Technology Service (CATS) provides for the re-use of pediatric rehabilitation equipment and assistive technology devices in Virginia.
CATS serves as a no-cost resource for children with disabilities who need adaptive equipment and whose families have limited resources.
- 1They have 3 locations in: Hampton Roads, Richmond and Roanoke/Marion. Please choose the CATS location closest to you and check their inventory.
The Donated Medical Supplies & Equipment program accepts new and gently used items which are gifted to organizations and individuals in need.
Collaboration with F.R.E.E., CATS, Virginia Reuse Network and EVMS REMEDY Club improves access to needed items. Supplies and equipment that is unable to be utilized in our communities is offered to mission groups for humanitarian efforts abroad, keeping tons of would-be waste out of our landfills.
The disAbility Resource Center (dRC) is a Center for Independent Living (CIL) serving the Fredericksburg, Virginia, region since 1993.
The Equipment Connection is the disAbility Resource Center’s free adaptive medical equipment reuse program. We accept new and gently used equipment, clean and repair it, and then return it to those in the community who would not otherwise be able to obtain it.
- 1Equipment Connection is located at 1503 Princess Anne Street in downtown Fredericksburg. Their hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Please call 540-373-2559.
Serves any child under the age of 18 that is a resident of the Commonwealth of Virginia that has been diagnosed with a hearing loss.
The purpose of the program is to provide amplification as soon as possible to a child while the family is in the process of obtaining the permanent devices. These are loaner aids that the child can use while getting insurance approval or finding a payment sources.
- 1Please contact Lisa Powley, Virginia Hearing Aid Loan Bank, Email Lisa | 434.924.0222.
- 2Just the contact details present on their Website, no further information about the program. 211 Virginia mentions the program, and it was last updated
- 1Please Contact Andrew Shaw at 703-719-1380 or Selvin Garcia at 703-673-4491 to inquire about the items below.
All Blessings Flow is a local faith-based non-profit organization that was founded to improve the quality of life and dignity of individuals living with disabilities.
Our primary mission is to collect, clean, refurbish and redistribute medical equipment free of charge to those in need in Charlottesville, Albemarle, and surrounding counties.
- 1Please call first to see if we have your requested item/items in stock. If so, you may pick up your item/items at our warehouse during open hours.
Hospice Support of Fauquier County is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing non-medical supportive care to people with life-threatening or terminal illnesses.
HSFC does not charge a fee for services, and does not receive any reimbursement from insurances, Medicare, or Medicaid.
Durable medical equipment (DME) is available for free use, as long as it is needed, at no cost to anyone. The range of items includes wheelchairs, hospital beds, walkers and much more. Incontinent products (diapers, pads, etc.) and dietary supplements are given out freely as they are available from our donated stocks.
- 1They are located in Warrenton.
H.E.L.P. is a Christian organization that lends medical goods free of charge to those in the community who need them. H.E.L.P., the Health Equipment Loan Program, also sometimes known as the HELP Medical Closet, is a community-based free loan program for durable medical equipment.
People with unforeseen debilitating illnesses may need extensive durable medical equipment (DME) at some point during their lives. Our Medical Equipment Center (MEC) contains primarily used and donated equipment, providing a good temporary source of equipment.
There is no charge for this equipment and you may use it as long as it is needed.
- 1Although there is no charge for use of medical equipment, the Newport News Scottish Rite Foundation does accept tax deductible contributions. If you have questions concerning our charities, please contact the Newport News Scottish Rite Office at 757-599-6617.