National Multiple Sclerosis Society
We are MS activists on the frontline, moving together and speaking with one clear voice to advance federal, state and community policies and programs that benefit people with MS and their families. Become an MS activist today.
Craft your story, get to know your public officials, meet other MS activists, and get started online – join the MS Activist Network and learn about digital activism.
Get to know your public officials and local media, and then contact them online, email or meet in person to ask for support of important issues.
Learn more about MS movement government relations priorities and hot issues across federal, state and local districts.
Read case studies and stories about the positive change MS activists drive every day.
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Find a way you can support The Society and make an impact for people with MS.
Help support federal funding for MS research.
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Click here to view a complete list of states with existing home modification tax credit policies. Help advance home modification legislation in your state legislature.
Help make sure that every person with MS has meaningful access to a comprehensive network of providers to meet his or her unique needs.
Urge your elected officials to support affordable, high quality health insurance coverage for people living with MS.
Provide quality, comprehensive healthcare to more people living with disabilities.
Make sure consumers have the information they need to make good healthcare decisions.
Help reduce the direct financial impact of MS.
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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If you or someone close to you has recently been diagnosed, access our MS information and resources.
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