Life and Independence for Today A Center for Independent Living

503 E. Arch Street

St. Marys, PA 15857



LIFT's Reuse Program

Life and Independence for Today has an Equipment and Assistive Technology Reuse program.  This program is made possible in part through funds from Pennsylvania's Initiative on Assistive Technology, the Commonwealth's Assistive Technology Act Program at the Institute on Disabilities, Temple University, funded through a grant from the Administration on Community Living, US Department of Health and Human Services.


This program takes in gently used equipment, sanitizes it, and redistributes it to people in need.  The equipment must be beneficial and safe for the person to use.


These efforts help get useful devices out of attics and garages and into the hands of people with disabilities who need them.

Some of the equipment we are currently accepting are:

Donations made to our Reuse program go towards storage, transportation, and upkeep of donated items.

Walkers,  Wheelchairs, Transfer Chairs, Raised Toilet Seats, Shower Chairs, Adapted Telephones, Low-Vision Aids, Reachers, and any other equipment that helps

with independence.



Contact Kelley Hritz at (814) 781-3050 ext. 206,

(800) 341-LIFT, or email at for more information or if you have any equipment or assistive technology that you would like to donate.

Additional information and a list of our partner programs can be found at

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