To properly represent the National MS Society, there is a lot you need to know. We are ready to prepare you with information and resources so you can successfully educate, engage and encourage others to join the movement to create a world free of MS.
MS Ambassador Training and refresher courses are held online for your convenience and in person at the Houston, Dallas and San Antonio Society offices. These sessions will educate you more about MS and the Society, as well as provide you with informational materials that teach you how to effectively tell your story.
Move to the next level and become a Community Health Representative!
MS Ambassadors have the opportunity to take their volunteer service to the next level and become a Community Health Representative (CHR.)
What does a CHR do?
Develop and strengthen relationships between health-care providers and the national MS Society
Educate and promote Society programs and services, our advocacy agenda and fundraising events to area physicians, their staff and other health-care providers
Work with health-care providers to increase the number of people affected by MS referred to the Society for help and services
Interested volunteers will take additional training courses to become a Community Health Representative. Please download and read the Community Health Representative Overview and contact Gail.Lindsey@nmss.org if you are interested in this opportunity.
MS Symptoms Experience Kit
This kit provides a hands‐on experience that demonstrates why a person with a chronic illness like MS can “look so good” yet be so ill.
The purpose of the kit is to raise public awareness of invisible symptoms associated with having MS. If you are interested to be trained on demonstrating the kit, please contact Stacy Smith