A Caring Closet – Community Medical Equipment Resource

Vancouver based nonprofit organization, A Caring Closet does two things:  1) they accept donations of a wide range of medical equipment and 2) they make medical equipment available for anyone in need of it.   The medical equipment is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

This is a very helpful community resource especially when people might not need the medical equipment on a long term basis or have medical equipment that is no longer being used.  These items can be donated for use by someone else.

If you are in need of medical equipment or have a donation of medical equipment (including microwaves for Meals on Wheels recipients) contact:

A Caring Closet at 360-258-0039

E-mail:  info@acaringcloset.org

Webpage:  www.acaringcloset.org.

A Caring Closet is located inside Boomerang Therapy Works 210 W. Fourth St., Vancouver.                                                                                                                                   Hours 10 am – 3 pm Monday through Friday.

An additional drop-off site is located at Crown Medical Supply 14313 N.E. 20th Ave., Unit A, Vancouver.                                                                                                            Hours:  9 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday.

Medical Equipment accepted:  hospital beds, bath benches, bath bars, lift chair, scooters/power chairs, walkers, commodes, wheelchairs and adult briefs.

A Caring Closet cannot accept medical supplies such as unused syringes, catheters and bandages.

Sara Scheetz and Jodie Zelazny are the owners.

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