If you're looking for free wheelchairs in Colorado, we've got you covered!
This page is a complete resource for free assistive devices (wheelchairs, scooters, and more) and independent living resources in the state of Colorado.
Check out the resources below, and if you have a resource to add, please contact us!
Free Wheelchairs & Assistive Devices in Colorado
A.V. Hunter Trust
Funds for One is a unique program of the A.V. Hunter Trust. Funds for One provides an opportunity for Case Managers to apply for funding toward the purchase of durable medical equipment and dental services for their individual clients. Go through their guidelines to see if you are eligible for the grant.
Lafayette Senior Services
Lafayette Senior Services has been helping individuals and care partners avoid the expense of buying adaptive equipment through the Loan Closet. Lafayette residents age 55 and above and care partners can borrow equipment from the Senior Center Loan Closet for their personal use at home for up to three months. A donation of $5 per month or more is appreciated. Please sanitize equipment prior to returning it.
Day Spring Christian Church
DaySpring Christian Church is an independent Christian Church located in Fort Collins, Colorado. They organize many programs for the community. Under Day Spring Christian Church, volunteers from Day Spring Christian Church, Fort Collins, Colorado, have been building wheelchair ramps for area residents who are in need for several years.
Dominican Home Health Agency
Dominican Home Health Agency provides quality nursing care and related services to the sick in their homes. The Durable Medical Equipment Loan Program provides free, life-enhancing medical equipment loans for all people in the community; there are no eligibility requirements. All they ask is that you return it so that others may benefit. You can check the Inventory here and apply for the equipment here.
Good Health Will
Good Health Will is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization that sell durable medical equipment at an affordable cost. Through generous community donations, their stores are stocked with all types of medical equipment and health care supplies to ensure your safety and well-being. Inventory is priced between 5-25% of the item retail value to ensure you have easy access to vital supplies. In addition, they have resources available for assistance.
South Metro Medical Equipment Loan Closet
The SMMELC is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide used durable medical equipment to persons age 18 and over who are in need to borrow it for a short term. They have wheelchairs, transport chairs, crutches, canes, walkers, bathroom aids, bedroom aids including hospital beds, dressing aides usually with several styles of each of these items. They loan equipment for 3 months (not permanent) and ask for a donation when you return the equipment.
The SWAAAC Loan Library contains over 1200 assistive technology devices and resources. Search the catalog for switches, mounts, AAC devices, adapted curricula, executive function supports, and SO MUCH MORE. Low-tech to high-tech, you are sure to find what you need. If they don’t have it, let them know and they will consider adding your requests. Visit the library here.
Volunteers of America Colorado
Volunteers of America is dedicated to supporting and empowering America's most vulnerable groups, including the hungry, the frail elderly, people with disabilities, at-risk youth, homeless individuals, women in need, and veterans and their families.