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Available Equipment: (4)
Equipment Name Description
Canes Only quad canes available at this time. More/Get Equipment
Commodes & Toilet Seat Risers Bedside Commodes and Toilet Seat Risers available! More/Get Equipment
Crutches - Metal Metal underarm crutches - various sizes More/Get Equipment
Power Chairs & Scooters Power chairs and scooters available! We have many many power chairs! Various makes/models. Recipient must produce documentation from healthcare provider... More/Get Equipment
E-Reuse - not E-Waste! E-Reuse - not E-Waste!

At BackInUse, we focus on the reuse of computers, as well as Durable Medical Equipment. Most computers built within 3-5 years can be effectively refurbished and reused by persons who can't afford a new computer.

Reusing the computer extends the life of the computer, which otherwise may end up in a land fill, or broken up for parts before its time.

Reuse also creates skilled jobs for persons with disabilities.

Pictured here is our computer refurbishing team, with representatives from the Intel Corporation. Intel has donated 200 computers to the BackInUse reuse program in recent months.

Your help makes it possible!

We thank everyone who has helped make the BackInUse ptogram such a great success! We have now given out over 2,500 pieces of equipment. All of it was donated by one of you! 

The fair market value of all this equipment is over $325,000.

Using the buttons above makes it easy to let us know what you need or if you have items to donate. And remember you can always call the 505-341-7171. We try and answer all calls during the weekdays, and will try and get back to you within a couple of days. We don't have a lot of staff and the program is getting a lot of requests, so your patience is appreciated. is operated by Adelante Development Center, Inc., a non-profit agency that has worked in support of New Mexicans with disabilities since 1978.
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