Following is a list of websites HomePEN consumers and clinicians may be interested in visiting. The Oley Foundation does not endorse these websites or their sponsoring organizations and cannot be responsible for information they contain. As with any information found on the internet we strongly suggest you discuss it with an appropriate professional before making any changes in your health care, insurance coverage, home care supplier etc.
Equipment and Supplies Assistance
- Abbott Patient Assistance Program
Abbott Nutrition's PATHWAY Reimbursement Program supports patients and providers by helping navigate the complex world of healthcare. PATHWAY offers a wide range of reimbursement support services including: insurance benefit verification, prior authorization and appeals support. The resources and services are available through the PATHWAY website at www.pathwayreimbursement.com and through the HelpLine at 1-800-558-7677.
- Canadian Children's Medical Support & Exchange
A group for Canadian families to swap medical supplies, and support each other, with medically dependent kids. Also the home of the free Canadian medical supply cupboard, for kids.
- Cecily’s Closet
Connects people in San Diego County, CA who need medical equipment and supplies with those who have the item to donate.
- Doc 2 Doc
Doc2Doc’s first public healthcare development program is in South Sudan.
- Elemental Formula Exchange and Support
You may have to pay for items.
- Facebook Medical Supply Exchange
You may have to pay for items.
Accepts and distributes at low cost medical supplies and equipment at their warehouses in Greeley or Loveland, CO.
- Joseph Thomas Foundation
Helps provide medical equipment etc. to medically fragile children in certain parts of Texas.
- Katy’s Kloset
Accepts donations of formula and equipment if delivered to or shipped to their location in Waukesha, Wisconsin. They loan out equipment and give away formula.
- Matthew 25: Ministries
Collects and redistributes medical supplies to those in need in the U.S. and around the world. Donations accepted at warehouse in Blue Ash, Ohio
Lists programs for people who can’t afford medications, adaptive devices, and other healthcare costs.
- Nestle Patient Assistance Program
The patient’s sole source of nutrition must be the requested product—100% of the patient’s caloric needs.
- New England Enteral Exchange Distribution Solution
For consumers in or near the greater Portland, Maine, area. The Wayside Food Program serves as drop-off and pick-up point.
- Osto Group
Ostomy products to the uninsured. All you pay is shipping and handling.
- Parker Lee Project
Accepts and distributes donated medical supplies and equipment to families that need them. Dallas, Texas.
- Patient Access Network Foundation
Offers help with insurance coverage.
- Prescription Hope
Acts as a pharmaceutical service coordinator to provide low cost medication and medically necessary nutritional supplements/enteral formula to individuals who are uninsured or underinsured.
- The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project
We provide the tools for a fun and therapeutic environment for children with physical and developmental needs. One of the ways we do that is providing equipment for families that have been donated to us.
- United Ostomy Associations of America
Ostomy supplies may be available here.