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Welcome to the REEP Network.

This website is designed to provide a comprehensive and searchable listing of all participating Pennsylvania programs providing Assistive Technology (AT) & Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Reuse activities for Pennsylvania residents who need a piece of equipment or those who have used/pre-owned items that they want to sell, donate or exchange.

If you are a CONSUMER or a REHABILITATION PROFESSIONAL looking for a Reuse program get started by clicking on Search Directory and enter your search criteria information.

If you REPRESENT A PROGRAM providing an AT or DME Reuse Service and would like to be listed on this website as a resource please click on Create Profile and enter your program's information.

What is AT?

AT is defined as Assistive Technology and means any item, piece of equipment or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf, modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilities of a person with a disability.

What is DME?

DME is Durable Medical Equipment and is generally defined as sturdy, long lasting items and appliances that can withstand repeated use, are designed primarily to serve a medical purpose and are not generally useful to a person in the absence of a medical condition, illness or injury.

Type of Reuse Activities


If you have questions about this webpage, how to use it or if you represent a AT/DME Reuse program and would like more information about the REEP Network please contact us by phone at 800-204-7428 (In PA) or 215-204-5967 (voice) 866-268-0579 (TTY) or by email at Thank you.

The REEP Network is supported in part through funding from the Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation. REEP is a program of Pennsylvania's Initiative on Assistive Technology (PIAT).