A New Start is an equipment reuse program maintained by Roads to Freedom Center for Independent Living of North Central Pennsylvania.
Changing Hands is a program of UCP Central PA that provides restored and refurbished home medical equipment and assistive technology devices to Pennsylvania residents of all ages. All the equipment is distributed on a first-come, first served basis, and is provided free of charge.
Life and Independence for Today (LIFT) administers a reuse program that accepts donations of gently used durable medical equipment and assistive technology and redistributes the equipment to people in need.
Medical Equipment Recycling Program (MERP) is a reuse program administered by UPMC Horizon Community Health Foundation. The program accepts donations of gently used durable medical equipment and assistive technology. The equipment is refurbished, sterilized and redistributed to people in need.
Pass It On Center is a national reuse/recycling site that also provides information about programs in Pennsylvania.
The REEP Classifieds, administered by Pennsylvania’s Initiative on Assistive Technology, is a statewide service for people with disabilities, their families and other interested individuals who want to find, buy, sell or donate previously owned assistive technology. Equipment in the REEP Classifieds includes stair glides, wheelchairs, vision aids, adapted vehicles, and more.
Transitional Paths to Independent Living has a program called EquipAbility through which consumers may obtain durable medical equipment at low or no cost.