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Newsletters on MS
Find out more information on the latest research, upcoming events, daily living and more!
Agency Referral & Information
Assists persons with MS in accessing available resources such as Social Security, Vocational Rehabilitation, Veteran Benefits and Medicare/Medicaid.
Knowledge is Power
The Knowledge is Power program is a free, at-home educational series for people newly diagnosed with MS and their families. Knowledge is Power is written by highly regarded professionals who know about MS and the effect it can have on your life and the lives of people who care about you. KInowledge is Power provides up-to-date facts about many aspects of MS. Register for Knowledge is Power: Click Here!
MS CARE Program
Managed Support through Community Access to Resources and Education
The goal of the MS CARE program is to assist with the enhancement of quality of life and help people with MS achieve the highest possible level of independence and autonomy. The role of the Care Manager is to help clients learn basic advocacy skills and find ways to identify resources without the on-going assistance of the Care Management program. Please contact the Program Director at the Chapter office at 509-482-2022 or 1-800-344-4867 for more information about this program.
Financial assistance for those who qualify.
Coordinate social events, which include picnics, Holiday parties, Halloween parties, and family evenings. These events take place throughout eastern Washington and northern Idaho.
Cooling Vest Program
Provides a cooling vest to help with MS symptoms related to heat with a doctor's prescription.