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Profile last modified: October 4, 2016

ABOUT:

Description/Mission Statement:

Working towards a community where each belongs.

Population Served:
Adults
Seniors

Public Business/Service Hours:

7:30-3:30 Monday through Friday, excluding holidays

Does the provider serve a limited area?
Yes (we only offer services to a limited area)

They limit their services by: County(ies)

including only the following: Allegheny
Armstrong
Beaver
Butler
Indiana
Lawrence
Westmoreland

Program is near a public transportation route (e.g. public transit, train, subway, etc.): Yes

Program is wheelchair accessible and ADA compliant: Yes

Eligibility Criteria:

Devices are available to any Pennsylvanian.  There are no eligibility requirements, though recipients must arrange to have devices picked up.  Delivery is not available.

Additional Limitations:
There are no limitations to our program (everyone can access our services)

Script or Medical Order Required for Equipment: No
Additional Comments: Rx may be needed for a lift chair (if available), but no other device.

Terms & Conditions of Service:

There is no warantee on devices.  Recipient must sign paperwork acknowledging that there is no warantee and that they will not hold CLASS responsible for any injury incured while using the device.

Does the provider have any fees associated with their service(s)? Yes

Fees Explained (if applicable):

$10 for most devices, $30 for a lift chair (if available).  Fee may be waived if the recipient can't afford it.

Non-Profit Status:
Provider IS a 501(c)(3) organization
Provider DOES provide a receipt or tax letter for donations

Program is able to help transport equipment (e.g. pick up and/or delivery): No

Additional Information:

Items for donation must be clean and in good condition at delivery. We reserve the right to refuse equipment. Manual wheelchairs and any other items that have fabric (ex-lift chairs) must be from a non-smoking home.

EQUIPMENT:

Does the provider have AT / DME Equipment AVAILABLE? Yes
If so, what types of items?

Adapted Telephones (e.g. amplified, captioned, hearing aid compatible, large button) Commode Chairs
Dressing Aids (Sock Aid, Shoe Horn, Dressing Sticks, etc.) Household Portable Ramps ( Folding, rigid, etc.)
Reacher's Rolling Shower/Commode Chairs
Rolling Shower/Commode Chairs (Bariatric) Wheelchair - Manual Rigid Frame or Folding

Does the provider ACCEPT DONATIONS of AT / DME Equipment? Yes
If so, what types of items? None specified

Type of Reuse Activity this Program Provides:

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