The ability to move independently is important for everyone, and for the homeless – vital. Limb amputations, injuries, alcoholic and diabetic polyneuropathy, orthopedic diseases and the consequences of neurological disorders – all this can significantly reduce the mobility of any person. To help people with limited mobility get back on their feet, at the Charity Hospital we select affordable and simple rehabilitation techniques – crutches. We also teach patients how to use them properly. This experience was generalized by traumatologist-orthopedic, coordinator of the Mobile Clinic Nika Bulavinova and head of the Charity Hospital Sergey Ievkov,and a methodical manual «Selection of technical means of rehabilitation (crutches) for homeless patients with little mobility», was compiled. The methodological guide will be useful for doctors of all specialties, medical students, social workers and all those involved in providing comprehensive assistance to homeless people, as well as relatives of patients with limited mobility. Also, on the YouTube-channel of the Charity Hospital, you can see a video-lecture by Nika Bulavinov «Application of orthopedic products and auxiliary means of movement within the framework of street medicine».