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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.

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  1. ONLINE Social gatherings and networking

    MS Connection Online Community

    MSconnection.org is an online community that provides the opportunity to connect with people involved in the MS movement and with valuable content, activities and resources.

  2. 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.

  3. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Aquidneck Island

    peer-to-peer group for individuals with MS

    Multiple Dates
  4. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Dare to Dream

    peer-to-peer group for individuals with MS

    Multiple Dates
  5. TELEPHONE Support and Self Help Groups

    In Touch

    professionally facilitated support group

    Multiple Dates
  6. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Key Club - Social Group

    peer-to-peer group for individuals with MS

    Multiple Dates
  7. IN PERSON Social gatherings and networking

    Newly Diagnosed

    May dinner

    Multiple Dates
  8. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    Positive Perspectives

    peer-to-peer group for individuals with MS

    Multiple Dates
  9. IN PERSON Support and Self Help Groups

    The Quahog Group

    peer-to-peer group for individuals with MS

    Multiple Dates
  10. IN PERSON Emotional Health

    Computer Outreach Program

    We provide computers to those who are living with MS and are restricted to their own homes or are living in long term care facilities. This unique program enables these individuals to remain connected to the world beyond their homes despite financial constraints that preclude them from purchasing computers or assistive technology

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