Back in Use & Covid-19
Due to the continuing pandemic we are operating with minimal staff and adhering to COVID safe practices. While we still accept requests, please know that our response time maybe slower. All work continues to be done by appointment only. Thank you for understanding! If you have questions or want to make an appointment, please call 505.341.7171.
Durable Medical Equipment
Back in Use recycles assistive devices and gives them away to people with disabilities and seniors in need of wheelchairs, walkers, hospital beds and more. All durable medical equipment is inspected, cleaned, and sanitized before it is distributed. Click here to donate or request equipment, or call (505) 445-5332.
Back in Use relies on donations of durable equipment to pass on to people in need. Equipment must be in good working order as we do not repair equipment.
Due to Covid-19, we are taking donations by appointment only at this time. Please call us at 505.341.7171 to make an appointment. Thank you!
Benefits of Back in Use
Help for People in Need
Adelante Back in Use is beneficial to our community. Durable medical equipment is provided to people with disabilities, seniors, and people who are underinsured. Recycling and reusing equipment saves medical costs and helps those who need these items to maintain their independence. Back in Use provides the equipment free of charge to the end user.
Adelante is not a Durable Medical Equipment (DME) dealer, so we cannot fill prescriptions for equipment. For certain devices we do require disability documentation.
Jobs are provided for individuals with disabilities through Back in Use including picking up, sanitizing, and distributing durable medical equipment.
Thousands of pounds of recyclable material are kept out of landfills every year and truly put “Back in Use” in our community. Items that were formerly sitting unused in spare bedrooms and garages or would have been thrown away can now benefit others in the community.
Need Further Assistance?
If you’re a person with a disability looking for a computer, that portion of device recycling is now handled by Adelante DiverseIT.
More resources are also available through Back in Use funder, New Mexico Technology Assistance Program (NMTAP) . NMTAP offers free services to New Mexicans with disabilities to help them get the Assistive Technology they need. Visit their website or call 505.841.4464 for more information.
Back in Use is made possible by the generosity of these funders.