Serving the Hoosier Multiple Sclerosis Community
Whether you have come to this site for the first time because you are newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, or you have had the disease for many years, you have come to the right place for program, service, research, resources and event information. The Indiana Chapter of the National MS Society has been serving the Hoosier multiple sclerosis community for more than 50 years and remains committed to providing education, programs and services that empower you to live a healthy productive life. Remember, you are not your MS. There are many things in your control that can enhance your quality of life, but if you are struggling, we can help.
The Indiana State Chapter provides hundreds of comprehensive programs and direct support services to help people living with MS and their families. Use the navigation bar on the left side to learn more about our programs and services today. Register for upcoming programs by visiting our calendar of events.
Connect with Others
Sharing your story connects you to the community and gives strength and hope to others. Live powerfully with MS. Join MSconnection.org to learn, share and connect with people like you.
In 1946 the National Multiple Sclerosis Society was born, and in 1947 the Society sponsored its first three research projects. Today, the National MS Society is a driving force of MS research, and global research efforts are underway. Research sponsored by the Society and its many partners in government, other MS societies, and the private sector has led to major advances in our understanding and treatment of this complex disease. Learn more about the Society's research initiatives.