Device REUSE Program

Device REUSE Program

To ensure community health and safety in light of COVID-19, ABLE Tech will be suspending all direct deliveries of gently-used durable medical equipment and will instead ship eligible items through FedEx.

Donations will still be accepted in a receptacle in front of the OKC building; however, the Device Reutilization Program office will be closed to customers.

Please contact the staff for help and questions at 405-523-4810 or email at atreuse@okstate.edu.

Any Oklahoman who is in need of medical equipment or devices, regardless of income, is eligible for the program. Priority will be given to SoonerCare members. 

ABLE Tech retrieves donated equipment; sanitizes and refurbishes devices returning them to peak performance; works with vendors to repair equipment if needed to ensure quality and reassigns devices to the best matched Oklahoman. An application is required to begin the process of matching equipment with an eligible Oklahoman.


 

Apply for Equipment (form now includes ramps)

Submit your application online

or

Download and print your application 

 

Mail: ABLE Tech Reutilization Program 
3325 North Lincoln Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK 73105

FAX: 405.523.4811

Email: atreuse@okstate.edu

Phone: 405.523.4810 or 833.431.9706


Additional resources to help complete your application:


What Type of Equipment is Offered?

  • Bath Benches
  • Blood Pressure Monitors
  • Commodes
  • CPAPs / BiPAPs
  • Gait Trainers
  • Hospital Beds
    (Electric & Semi-Electric)
  • Knee Walkers
  • Nebulizers
  • Patient Lifts
  • Quad Canes
  • Scooters
  • Shower Chairs
  • Standers
  • Walkers
  • Wheelchairs
    (Manual & Power)

Device REUSE Success Story

Tiffany Success Story

Tiffany England has Cerebral Palsy and is legally blind. Tiffany was in need of a Manual wheelchair and wheelchair cushion. The Developmental Disabilities Services Division (DDSD) connected her with the ABLE Tech Reuse Program. We were able to obtain all the equipment she needed without having to worry about costs. “I feel like I have the Cadillac of wheelchairs now,” Tiffany said.