Medical equipment and supplies available for residents impacted by floods

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GoodHealthwill, a nonprofit organization based in Loveland, has received a $15,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Northern Colorado to provide medical equipment and healthcare supplies to Larimer County residents affected by flooding.

The grant enables GoodHealthwill to provide most types of medical equipment, household safety modifications, and healthcare supplies at no cost to Larimer County residents impacted by the September 2013 floods.

Qualifying residents in need should contact Heather Holmes, grant coordinator, at or call GoodHealthwill’s office at 970-624-6002.

GoodHealthwill — also known as Rocky Mountain Medical Outfitting and Recycling — has been accepting donations of medical equipment and healthcare supplies and providing them to the public thrift-store style since 2006. Last year alone, almost 7,500 people acquired over 20,000 health and medical items at GoodHealthwill. Its warehouse storefront locations are open Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and are located at 2003 W. Eighth St. in Loveland, and 2611 W. 11th St. Road in Greeley.​