Northwest Transfer Station (Baltimore City residents ONLY)
Millersville Landfill - Central Recycling Center (Anne Arundel County residents ONLY)
Directions: Upon arrival, inform staff you are donating DME – staff will direct you where to place DME donations
Delmarva Community Services – Dorchester County
Harford County Waste Disposal Center (Harford County residents ONLY)
Midshore I Landfill (Talbot, Caroline, Kent & Queen Anne’s County residents ONLY)
Easterseals – Montgomery County
Directions: Please donate at the large overhead door on the south side of the warehouse
Horizon Goodwill Industries – Washington County
We accept Durable and Home Medical Equipment that can be
refurbished and given to someone in need.
We Accept: Hospital
beds, wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, power scooters, mechanical “Hoyer” lifts,
lift chairs, sit to stand lifts, walkers, medical reclining “Geri chairs”, rollators,
shower chairs, tub transfer benches, toilet safety rails, canes, crutches,
commodes, lift chairs, and overbed tables.
We Do Not Accept: Any
heavily soiled or corroded equipment, stair lifts, respiratory equipment
(oxygen machines and tanks, CPAP’s, suction machines, etc.), orthopedic braces
such as walker boots and back braces, non-medical items such as standard
household beds, household furniture or clothing.
You can always bring donations directly to our Re-Use Center
at 11701 Crain Highway, Cheltenham, MD 20623.
If you call ahead, you’ll be assured there is someone available to
receive your donation, call 240-230-8000.
We accept donations Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00
p.m. All donations must come to the overhead
door on the south side of the building (follow the new pavement). There is a doorbell on the left side of the
overhead door frame that you can ring for assistance.
Alternately, we have collection sites set up all around the State
of Maryland. Please see website for
satellite site locations, hours, and directions.
All equipment is transported to our Re-Use Center in
Cheltenham, Maryland where it is sanitized, inspected, repaired if necessary,
then put into inventory to later be distributed to individuals in need.
contact us! The best way to get your
questions answered is to call or email. We will do our very best to make the
process as smooth and transparent as possible.
Call 240-230-8000 or email DME.MDOA@MARYLAND.GOV
301 West Preston Street Suite 1007, Baltimore, MD 21201
(410)-767-1100, or 1 (800) 243 3425
Maryland Relay users call 7-1-1