Listed below are resources for low-cost computers available in the Washington DC area as well as nationally. Each program has various eligibility requirements and restrictions. Please contact each organization for more information.
Although we attempt to keep the website up-to-date, information can change quickly and without notice.
Feel free to contact the Assistive Technology Program to get information on choosing a computer or on basic training services.
A District of Columbia government-based program working to make technology more accessible to District residents. This initiative provides access to low-cost computers and Internet services for low-moderate income residents.
Computers for the Blind is a non-profit organization devoted to providing computers to persons who are blind or visually impaired. This organization is based in Texas but ships computers to individuals in the United States. Please call or visit website for more information.
Resource for low-income persons consists of an easy to use website that allows you to look up low-cost computers and Internet services available in your area.
Centered on getting low-cost computers and affordable broadband internet into the homes of low-income individuals. This non-profit organization is based in Minnesota but offers free shipping of equipment to all US states from its online store. Please call or visit the website for information on eligibility, availability and FAQ's.
PC's For People
Provides people with both significant vision and hearing loss with free equipment and training. Equipment provided includes smartphones, tablets, computers, screen readers and braille displays. Participants must meet federal disability and income requirements.
This website provides a list of all the Lifeline Assistance free government cell phones in Washington DC. They all offer different plans with different numbers of minutes, different refill options and different areas.