Medical Equipment Exchange
Find It or Pass It On!
Through DAC’s Durable Medical Exchange, a program that has been in existence for 20 years, people with temporary or permanent disabilities can secure durable medical equipment free of charge. DAC helps people find manual wheel chairs, power chairs/scooters, tablets or laptop computers, ramps, transfer boards, canes, crutches, and rollators/walkers. More than 800 pieces of durable medical equipment have been given to people who otherwise could not afford them. That’s a savings to the community of over $125,000!
YOU CAN HELP!
Disability Action Center NW welcomes donations of equipment in clean, working condition and do not need repair of any kind. Wheelchairs should be less than 3 years old. Large items such as hospital beds will not be accepted, but can be referred out to other organizations. Non durable medical goods such as diapers, housewares, diabetic supplies or any liquids can be donated to your local food bank. Items can not be modified in anyway. DAC is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. For details contact Program Facilitator James Pickard at 208-883-0523.
We currently have enough standard walkers, walking canes, and bath items.