Mission & Values

Our Mission

Two men shaking hands on a loading dock with a van packed with boxes behind them. One man is Indian, the other is white and wearing a REquipment button-up shirt.

Our mission is to improve the independence of individuals with disabilities through access to free, gently used, durable home medical equipment and assistive technology. Donated devices are refurbished and provided free to older adults and individuals with disabilities, including veterans and children. REquipment devices are for use at home, school, work, and in the community.

Our Values

two men smiling, one is a Black man seated in a power wheelchair. The other is a white man standing behind with his hand and on the back of his chair.Our values are those of the Independent Living Movement. We are guided by the principles of consumer choice, consumer control, and the right to fail. We believe the individual knows their needs and how best to address them.

We provide information to assist in making an informed choice. Occasionally we recommend consulting with a professional on selecting a customized piece of equipment such as a power wheelchair.

We value the feedback we receive from both donors and equipment recipients. Your input helps us know how we are doing and what we need to do better.

Email feedback to info@dmereuse.org


What Our Service Users Say

“Really appreciate this program. Wonderful experience with staff and so grateful for the wheelchair.”
— Cina, Maynard

“Outstanding program & people!”
— Mike Pazyra, Stoughton Veterans Service Officer

“A huge thanks to all at REquipment for helping me process the request and coordinate a timely delivery. Everyone was so helpful”
— Zane

“Beyond excellent service and response time. Great program.”
— Margaret, Tyngsboro

“Thank you for your service to the community.”
— Janice

“I recently used the Canton location. The guys were great! Such a wonderful program.”
— Susan