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Wexford County Council on Aging

Details

714 West 13th St.
Cadillac, MI 49601

State: Michigan
Email:
Phone Number: 231-775-0133
Website: http://www.wexfordcoa.org


Hours

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm

Counties Served

Wexford


Requirements

60+, Wexford County resident

Lending Period

Given Away


Equipment

Incontinence Supplies -Please call to check for availability.

St. Mary's Medical Equipment Lending Pantry

Details

St. Mary's Episcopal Church
815 Lincoln St.
Cadillac, MI 49601

State: Michigan
Email:
Phone Number: (231) 884-9623 Phone is on from 9:00 am -8:00 pm to make appointments and for emergencies.


Hours

Mondays and Thursdays 12:01 pm -2:00pm for pick up or returns. We will open for emergency at anytime. Call (231) 884-9623

Counties Served

Wexford, Missaukee


Requirements

Anyone

Lending Period

As Long As Needed


Equipment

Wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches, bedside tables, bedside commodes, etc. Medical equipment donations are gladly accepted.

ALS Association - Michigan Chapter

Details

West Michigan Office
678 Front Ave NW., Suite 177
Grand Rapids, MI 49504

East Michigan Office
675 East Big Beaver Rd., Suite 207
Troy, MI 48083

State: Michigan
Email: fightals@alsa-michigan.org
Phone Number: West Michigan Office:616-459-1900
East Michigan Office:248-680-6540
Website: http://webmi.alsa.org/site/PageServer/?pagename=MI_homepage


Hours

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

Counties Served

All Michigan


Requirements

Persons diagnosed with ALS

Lending Period

As Long As Needed


Equipment

Medical Equipment and Augmentative Communication Devices Loan Program - Please call our office for more information. Donations are gladly accepted. Volunteers are welcome.

Buddy-to-Buddy
Volunteer Veteran Program

Details

2025 Traverwood Dr., Suite C
Ann Arbor, MI 48105 USA

State: Michigan
Email: buddytobuddyvvp@umich.edu
Phone Number: 1-888-822-8339
Website: http://www.buddytobuddy.org


Hours

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:00pm

Counties Served

All Michigan


Requirements

Buddy-to-Buddy serves primarily Post-9/11 service members and veterans, however, we will assist any Michigan veteran in need when possible.

Lending Period

N/A


Equipment

The Buddy-to-Buddy Program does not provide medical equipment. The program provides peer support from a fellow veteran who is trained to provide linkage to appropriate local, state, and federal resources for service members and veterans.

ALS of Michigan

Details

24359 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 100
Southfield, MI 48075

State: Michigan
Email:
Phone Number: 800-882-5764
Website: http://www.alsofmichigan.org


Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm

Counties Served

All Michigan


Requirements

ALS ( Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and PLS patients only

Lending Period

There is no charge for ALS and PLS patients to borrow equipment. Equipment may be borrowed for as long as needed.


Equipment

Canes, Communication Devices, Wheelchair Ramps, Manual Wheelchairs, Power Wheelchairs, Wheelchair Cushions, Shower Chairs, Commodes, Bedside Tables, Transfer Boards, Walkers, Transfer Chairs, Recliner Lift Chairs,Hoyer Lifts, eating utensils, etc.

Muscular Dystrophy Association

Details

GREATER MICHIGAN
2133 University Park Drive #400
Okemos, MI 48864

DETROIT AREA
950 Stephenson Highway, Suite 209
Troy, MI

State: Michigan
Email:
Phone Number:
GREATER MICHIGAN: ( 517) 706-0348
DETROIT AREA: (734) 416-7076
Website: http://www.mda.org


Hours

Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm

Counties Served

All Michigan


Requirements

Must have a neuromuscular disease covered by the organization. (Go to MDA.org for a list of diseases covered.)

Lending Period


Equipment

The Muscular Dystrophy Association operates medical equipment loaner closets in Michigan. This program offers medical equipment, as available, for loan at no charge to registered patients for as long a period as is needed. To find an MDA location near you please call 800-572-1717.

Paralyzed Veterans of America/Michigan Chapter

Details

40550 Grand River Ave.
Novi, MI 48375 USA

State: Michigan
Email:
Phone Number: 800-638-6782
Website: http://www.michiganpva.org/


Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm

Counties Served

All Michigan


Requirements

Anyone in need is eligible

Lending Period

You may keep the equipment as long as necessary


Equipment

Equipment Donation Program focuses on the needs of people with spinal cord injury or disease. We only accept items that help people with mobility issues. For example, we accept donations of wheelchairs, power chairs, adaptive sports equipment, hoists, lifts, and other items that help people who cannot easily move.

United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan
(Provides Financial loans for Purchasing Medical Equipment and assistive technology)

Details

3496 East Lake Lansing Road, Suite 170
East Lansing, MI 48823

State: Michigan
Email: ucp@ucpmichigan.org
Phone Number: 800-828-2714 (Michigan only)
517-203-1200 (Brenda)
Website: http://www.ucpmichigan.org/


Hours

Counties Served

All Michigan


Requirements

Individuals with any form of disability living in Michigan

Lending Period


Equipment

(This organization does not loan or accept medical equipment. They provide financial support for purchasing equipment.) Michigan Assistive Technology Loan Fund and Michigan Employment Loan Fund. Please call 517-203-1200 ext. 303

Easter Seals Michigan AgrAbility

Details

4065 Mission Hills Court
Grand Rapids, MI 49546

State: Others
Email: NStoller@essmichigan.org
Phone Number: 1-800-956-4106
Website: http://www.michiganagrability.org


Hours

Counties Served

All Michigan


Requirements

Farmers With Disabilities

Lending Period


Equipment

ESM-AgrAbility staff helps farm operations adjust to and manage disabling conditions, such as, arthritis, chronic back pain, joint injuries, amputations, spinal cord injuries, hearing loss and any other condition that may limit a farmer’s ability to work.
Information and referral services and farm-site assessments are offered at no cost to the farmer. The cost of new equipment or modifications made to old equipment, the farm operation, or the farm home is typically covered through the state via Michigan Rehabilitation Services. ESM-AgrAbility staff will help the farmer navigate the state system to access these supporting funds.
Please click on the website link for more information.

Michigan CPAP Bank

Details

University of Michigan
C 712 Med Inn Building
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5845

State: Michigan
Email: helenas@med.umich.edu
Phone Number: 734-232-3964
Website: http://www.uofmhealth.org/news/cpap-bank-0509


Hours

Counties Served

All Michigan


Requirements

Prescription and a Copy of Sleep Study is Required
We are unable to provide education regarding PAP therapy for non- University of Michigan patients.

Lending Period


Equipment

Machines: CPAP, BiPAP, Auto CPAP, Auto BiPAP, ASV, AVAPS and other 'PAP' machines.
CPAP Supplies: Masks, Tubing, and other related supplies

We are no longer accepting donations of CPAP machines, but donations of CPAP supplies (masks, tubing, filters, humidifier chambers, etc.) are gladly accepted. CPAP supplies must be new and in unopened sealed bags.
Donations may be dropped off or mailed to
University of Michigan
C 712 Med Inn Building
1500 East Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5845
If you are dropping off a donation please go to the 7th floor.
(We are unable to accept Nebulizers.)

The National Federation of the Blind (NFB)

Details

200 East Wells Street at Jernigan Place

State: Others
Email:
Phone Number: 410-659-9314
Website: http://www.nfb.org


Hours

Counties Served

ALL


Requirements

Lending Period


Equipment

Visit our website at www.nfb.org for an application, and resource information.

C. P. Daily Living
Journal & Resources for Parents and Caregivers of Children with Cerebral Palsy

Details



State: Others
Email:
Phone Number:
Website: http://www.cpdailyliving.com


Hours

Counties Served

ALL


Requirements

Lending Period


Equipment

Please click on the website link for helpful advice on equipment, as well as resources for equipment. CP Daily Living is designed to give families and caregivers dealing with CP a central place for practical information and resources within the context of an emotionally-supportive community. They are a central news source offering the latest information about CP advocacy, research, and international events.