The following links to local and national resources provide additional information you may find helpful in managing your disease and living your best life with MS:
National MS Society - National nonprofit providing navigation, information, referral and support services for MS patients.
MS Connection - A social network designed for living with MS.
Multiple Sclerosis Association of America - National non-profit providing information and resources for individuals living with MS, their family and care partners.
Brighter Tomorrow Grants and Health and Wellness Programs - Grant recipients receive funds for goods and services not covered by other programs. The grant is designed to improve quality of life.
The Consortium of MS Centers (CMSC) - Organization offering networking, research and other services to MS health care professionals.
HealthWell Foundation - Gives grants and other financial assistance for coinsurance, copayments, health care premiums and deductibles for certain medications and therapies.
Patient Access Network Foundation - Ensures underinsured patients living with chronic disease get financial help to focus on what matters most - their health.
Friends of Man - Helps with a large variety of needs, such as mobility equipment, wheelchairs, van lifts, home modifications, medical equipment and procedures, prescriptions and more.
American Academy of Neurology - A professional society representing more than 32,000 neurologists and neuroscientists. The website contains information on various neurological conditions.
Multiple Sclerosis Navigators - The NMSS has a new program designed to connect patients and families with local resources to help with a wide range of issues. They are professionals trained to assist you with accessing local resources and services to help you with the many challenges that comes with living with MS.
North American Research Committee on Multiple Sclerosis (NARCOMS) - A global registry containing research, treatment and patient education.
National Organization for Rare Disorders - A patient advocacy organization dedicated to individuals with rare diseases and the organizations that serve them.