NorCal SCI lists donated durable medical equipment which is free to those in need.
http://www.norcalsci.org/equipment-list

 

ReCares (Formally Home CARES) has three San Francisco Bay Area sites that collect and redistribute donations of clean, gently used medical equipment and unused home health care supplies each week. These are provided free of charge to those in need who visit our sites
http://www.homecares.org

Wheelers Accessible Van Rentals
http://www.wheelersvanrentals.com

Rentable wheelchair-accessible vehicles
http://www.wheelchairgetaways.com

Rio Mobility was founded in 2002 with the mission of developing unique products that increase the mobility and health options of wheelchair users.
http://www.riomobility.com

Nationwide rental of Accessible Vans
http://www.accessiblevans.com

Rental of wheelchairs, scooters, walkers
http://www.scootaround.com

Adaptive daily living aids and products
http://www.thewright-stuff.com

SCI Special Fund - The Fund was started by Rog Severson, a Southern California real estate developer who suffered a spinal cord injury in 1986.  It has helped more than a thousand individuals with SCI to seek out therapy or pay for equipment aimed at helping them gain greater independence. Applicants must be legal California residents with a documented spinal cord injury and may qualify for funding for items such as:

  • Standing frame

  • Shower chair

  • Volker (automated turning) mattress

  • Assisted devices for driving (not the vehicle or modification)

  • Laptops for those going to school or other assistive technology

The SCI Fund encourages applicants to request funding for specific items they need and they will be notified if their request is valid.  To apply: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6Cmn6aKXpM3YW1jbVMwaF9sVnc/view
For more information, you may contact Elizabeth Toumajian at elizabetht@ocgoodwill.org

Department of Rehabilitation Mobility Evaluation Program
http://www.rehab.cahwnet.gov/MEP

Innovative drinking aid designed to help those living with physical disabilities
https://fleximug.com

The Sonoma County Section on aging offers a medical equipment recycling program in Sonoma County that provides a variety of medical supplies and equipment on a first come, first served basis. They do not accept phone inquiries, so you just need to go there in order to learn if they have what you require.
http://www.sonomacountysoa.org/medical-equipment-recycling-in-sonoma-county/

Marin Medical Equipment Recyclers is a locally run volunteer non-profit based in San Rafael. We accept donations of clean, usable medical equipment and supplies and give them to individuals in our community who need them.
http://marinmer.org/

The Woody Foundation distributes Woody Packs at no cost to those in need and help those with limited hand function. It includes a collection of assistive deices for people with limited hand function to adjust to daily life.
http://www.woodyfoundation.org/

Able People Foundation (APF) receives donated equipment from individuals that no longer need it, turns around and gives it to the people who do need it. We do not rent or sell, however, any donation to support our cause is greatly appreciated. In order to qualify for equipment from APF, we require an official letter from your doctor, physical therapist, or care manager.
http://www.ablepeoplefoundation.org/