Equipment Reutilization Centers

About STAR’s Reutilization Program

Partnerships with community-based organizations have been instrumental in establishing and making assistive technology reutilization programs available statewide.  STAR supports five reutilization centers to increase options for acquiring no-cost/low-cost AT for individuals with disabilities. STAR’s reutilization programs meet the needs of individuals of all ages with all types of disabilities.  A variety of durable medical equipment and other assistive technology devices are available with no disability or age restrictions.  

Donations are obtained by various means (family members/advocates of individuals with disabilities, individuals with disabilities, case managers for individuals with disabilities, schools, durable medical equipment vendors, etc). Inquiries/acceptance arrangements can be made by toll-free number, local numbers, email and/or in person. Donations are tax-deductible.

Acquisition of donation(s) may occur through donor drop-off, staff delivery, and/or donor-to-user. Each donation will be assessed on a case-by-case basis at the closest local level for both acceptance and delivery means. All programs will make every effort to assure donation variety as much as possible; however, some donation items will be strictly donor-to-user.

Reassignment of donation(s) occurs when donated items have been evaluated, sanitized, refurbished and inventoried.  Each reuse center makes every effort to assure that the equipment/devices are restored to manufacturers’ specifications and operates as intended.  Whenever possible, recipients are encouraged to pick up the requested device to try it out.  Consumers are provided with maintenance information and receive equipment orientation to ensure appropriate use and safety.

The Alabama AT Reuse Network, currently a collaborative partnership of six (6) community-based programs, receives and distributes donated AT and medical equipment "free of charge " statewide. To access the online equipment database visit: http://al.at4all.com

Alabama’s Equipment Reutilization Centers 

Care Project 
Laura Fisher
Easter Seals Central Alabama
2125 E. South Blvd.
Montgomery, AL 36116
Phone: 334-288-0240
Fax: 334-288-7171
Driving directions 
We Share Project
Randy Henry  / Chara Brown
7431 Airport Boullevard
Mobile, AL 36695
Local Phone: 251-300-6094
Toll Free: 1-888-923-8764
Fax: 251-487-8412
Driving directions
The 3-R Project
Abe Clark
Beverly Landers
Debra Wood
1318 Walnut Ave.
Anniston, AL 36201
Phone: 256-236-0807
Driving directions
Waste Not Program
Cassie Scott
Wanda Ashby

2840 Jordan Lane
Huntsville, AL 35816
Phone: 256-945-0111
Fax: 256-837-5498
Driving directions
The ReMEDy Project 
Keith Ivey
2610 3rd Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35233
(205) 783-9170
Fax: (205) 783-9171 
Driving directions

REAL Project
Jon Lee
795 Ross Clark Circle
Dothan, AL 36303
(334) 792-0022
Driving directions

For more information, contact Helen Baker, Executive Director at 334-293-7012.