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Find Resources and Support

The Society offers many programs and services to help people affected by MS live their best lives. Find resources in your area to learn, connect, and get support.

  1. ONLINE Financial Assistance

    Veterans with Multiple Sclerosis

    The National MS Society is collaborating with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs MS Centers of Excellence to support improved care and support services for veterans with multiple sclerosis and their families.

  2. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    MS Family Caregiver Support Group (Bethesda)

    Join other family caregivers of people with MS - spouses, partners, siblings, adult children, parents - to share concerns, stories, and resources.

    Multiple Dates
  3. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Well Spouse Association Group for Caregivers (Burke)

    Self-help group providing support and eduation for spousal caregivers.

    Multiple Dates
  4. IN PERSON Family and Relationships


    Kidventure offers recreation, support, and fun for children and teens, ages 7 to 17, who have a parent with MS.

    Multiple Dates
  5. IN PERSON Social gatherings and networking

    Family Fun Days

    Recreational and social programs for families affected by MS, offered several times per year.

    Multiple Dates
  6. IN PERSON Family and Relationships

    Holy Cross Hospital: Family and Caregiver Resource Center

    Holy Cross Hospital’s family and caregiver services are empowering caregivers with information, emotional and spiritual support—and links to critical resources.  We’re advocates for seniors—and serve their needs in many ways.  If you are caring for an elderly relative or friend who is ill or disabled it is our mission to give you the resources you need to provide this important service for your loved one.

  7. IN PERSON Family and Relationships

    Fairfax County Family Caregiver Support Program

    Provides support for family caregivers, including information, respite care, education and training, and support groups.

  8. IN PERSON Family and Relationships

    Family home visits

    MS happens to families, not just to individuals. When a person is diagnosed with MS, there is immediate impact on all who love them. Chapter social workers and counselors are available to facilitate family meetings at your home and provide age-appropriate information to all family members.


See all upcoming Chapter programs