ReUse Network

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All equipment Loan, Demonstration, Reuse, and Donation activity will be handled on a case by case basis, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Call your local office if you have questions or need assistance:

► Kearney (308) 440-8000

► Omaha (402) 979-0142

► Lincoln (531) 207-2226

Lincoln equipment drop off and pick up has relocated from N. 27th Street. New address is 500 S. 84th Street. Our staff is available by appointment only-to schedule call (531) 207-2226

Learn more about ATP's equipment reuse


What is the FUTURE impact of reuse and why is it important?

Increases the independence of consumers: Being able to access equipment (not covered by insurance, ineligible for funding, or no available funding) makes it possible for Nebraskans to be independent at home, school, and work.

Protects our environment: Every year over 2 MILLION TONS of medical waste is produced in the United States. This waste fills up our landfills and pollutes our ground water and air.

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A network member says, "This group is definitely making a difference for equipment reuse in Nebraska!


Contact the Network: 

1. Do you need equipment or do you have equipment to donate?

• To search equipment availability or to donate equipment, find a network partner near you listed below and visit (Some network partners have their equipment listed and you will have access to other options.) 

2. Do you have equipment that is no longer usable?

• Contact the Nebraska Recycling Council  

The Council's Nebraska Recycling Guide is a premier reuse and recycle resource where you can search by types of materials, drop off locations, and locate other resources.

3. Does your organization or agency want to be a Reuse Network partner?

• Explore network membership by calling (531) 207-2226 

► More information  ReUse Network Brochure

 Find a ReUse Partner near you!                                                            

Reuse Partners Large Print Listing, January 24, 2024

Reuse is the term used to refer to recycled, reused, or repaired durable medical equipment (DME), adapted devices, or assistive technology.

Katrina donations being loaded on truck

Nebraska's ReUse Network has been hard at work since 2005. A statewide Nebraska Equipment Drive collected and shipped donations to hurricane Katrina survivors. Individuals who needed equipment after they had to evacuate or were injured during the storm, benefited from a donation of 100 wheelchairs, 162 walkers, 29 hospital beds and a variety of other items.     






ReUse Partner



Grand Island

Independence Rising

3335 W. Capital Ave., 68803

Jamie Meyer

(308) 382-9255

Durable medical equipment: crutches, walkers, toilet risers, shower benches, hospital beds, wheelchairs

Items available for nominal rental fee


Nebraska AgrAbility

2727 West Second Street, 68901

Rod Peterson

(800) 471-6425, (402) 984-3819

Portable machinery access lift, ramps

Experience a disability and income agriculture base


AT4All/Assistive Technology Partnership

315 W. 60th Street, Suite 300, 68845

Tresa Christensen

(308) 440-8000                                          

Call for equipment and staff availability.

Durable medical equipment for free loan for daily living: walkers, wheelchairs – regular and transport, canes, crutches, portable ramps, bed assist bars, toilet safety frames, and more.



League of Human Dignity

3811 29th  Ave., 68845

(308) 224-3665 


Durable medical equipment rental









ReUse Partner



Aging Partners: Durable Medical Equipment

600 S 70th Street

Linda Stevenson

(402) 441-3025

Donate equipment:


Medical and assisted living 

Minimum age 60 years

AT4All/Assistive Technology Partnership

500 S. 84th Street

Please call to schedule an equipment drop off or pick up.

Staff available by appointment only.

(531) 207-2226

(877) 713-4002

Durable medical equipment, rehab assistance, technology (ramps, walkers, wheelchairs, beds, canes, crutches, etc.



Chrissy’s Closet

Near Denton, NE (southwest of Lincoln)

Chrissy Scheer, PT, CPST

*Facebook Private Message Chrissy's Closet for quicker replies


Current inventory listed on Facebook:

Pediatric adaptive equipment (wheelchairs, walkers, gait trainers) and disposable medical supplies (trach/respiratory, g-button, and incontinence supplies)

Ability to pick up in the Lincoln, NE area or free for shipping and PayPal costs for items that fit in standard USPS flat rate shipping boxes

Lincoln E.D. Connections

2300 S. 16th Street, 68502

Galen Bernadt

(402) 481-4165


Durable medical Equipment (DME)


Catholic Social Services

1300 N. 14th Street, 68508

(402) 417-0385

Lift chairs, hospital beds, scooters, wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches





Blue Rivers Area Agency on Aging

103 Eastside Blvd., 68310

Rachel Theye, BSW, CSW Care Manager

(888) 989-9417



Equipment varies

Priority to age 60 and over














ReUse Partner



ALS in the Heartland

1320 S. 119th Street, Omaha, 68144

Blane Morse

(402) 592-2374 Ext. 201

Communication aids, aids for daily living (bathroom equipment, lifts, power/manual wheelchairs, walkers,) respiratory aids, portable ramps

Diagnosis of ALS by a qualified neurologist; Complete an Equipment Loan Agreement and Waiver; and reside in the Heartland’s service areas of Nebraska and Iowa

AT4All/Assistive Technology Partnership

1313 Farnam Street

 Omaha, 68102

(402) 979-0142  (877) 713-4002

Durable medical equipment, rehab assistance, technology (ramps, walkers, wheelchairs, beds, canes, crutches, etc.


HELP Adult Services

1941 S. 42nd Street, Site 201, 68105

Kurt Bushman

(402) 341-6559

Call for availability.

Rental fees.

Mobility Equipment Restoration

Marne and Hans Iwand

(402) 415-7338

Pediatric equipment


NanoPac, Inc.

13110 Birch Dr. Suite 148, #102, 68164

Patrick J. Fischer

(402) 905-2697

Products for low vision and blindness, braille

(used products and accept trade-ins)

Resident of Nebraska or Iowa














ReUse Partner




AT4All/Assistive Technology Partnership

505A Broadway, Suite 500, 69361

Brent Dierkson

(308) 631-5274

Call for equipment availability.





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