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The information you need

Whether you are a person with multiple sclerosis, a family member, or concerned about someone with MS, the National MS Society is your partner — providing answers to your questions and access to information about all of the options available to you. The Society puts the latest and most accurate information, resources and programs to work for you, so you can:

The resources you need

The National MS Society offers an extensive variety of programs, services and resources for people living with MS, including family members, carepartners and other members of the support system. These resources can be accessed in person, online, by calling 1-800-344-4867, and by mail. We can help you:

  • Connect with others living with MS.
  • Access support from others living with MS.
  • Find what you need to maintain independence.
  • Deal with a crisis.
  • Access comprehensive educational programs, and more.
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Ask an MS Navigator Online

You can “Ask a Navigator” on our online community at MSconnection.org as well. Submit your questions to trained National MS Society Information and Referral Specialists via the "Ask an MS Navigator" discussion board.

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MS Navigator

Finding answers and making decisions relies on having the right information at the right time. MS Navigator® provides answers to your questions and access to information about all of the options available to you.

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MS Navigator Program

Featuring Nancy Law, Executive Vice President, Advocacy, Services and Research, discussing how the MS Navigator program can help. 

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Our MS Navigators help identify solutions and provide access to the resources you are looking for. Call 1-800-344-4867 or contact us online.

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