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NMTAP The New Mexico Technology Assistance Program (NMTAP) offers a variety of free assistive technology services to New Mexicans.
Open Hands Open Hands is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico and provides home modifications, an equipment loan service, and many other services to New Mexicans in need.
Pass It On Center The Pass It On Center is the coordinating center for the federal reutilization projects. On this site you will be able to find out much more information about the reutilization projects. Links to all the sites are available from
San Juan Center for Independence The San Juan Center for Independence in Farmington, New Mexico offers a wide variety of services to North West New Mexico. Services include equipment loan banks and help with financing.
Disabled Travelers Disabled Travelers is a resource dedicated to providing accessible travel information, including information about businesses around the world that specialize in disability travel.
AbleData Classifieds One of the first sites for listing adaptive equipment.
Boulevard Classifieds The Boulevard has supported people with disabilities since 1996, providing connections to other people with disabilities, employers, and potential roommates.
Disabled Dealer Disabled Dealer Magazine is distributed nationally and provides both vendor and classified advertisements.
Disability Resources DRM Guide provides various materials and articles focused on people with disabilities.
PACER Center - SUPER Service PACER Center's SUPER (Still Useful Product and Equipment Referral) Service advertises equipment available for trade and exchange from various people around the country.
Silver Cross Silver Cross has helped people with disabilities acquire recycled and new stair lifts, elevators, and other similar equipment since 1993.
Worldwide Wheelchairs and Used Equipment Worldwide Wheelchairs is an outlet for purchasing used and new mobility devices, including wheelchairs, walkers, lifts, and ramps. 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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