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Many groups are meeting virtually. Please reach out to individual group leaders for more information. You can also participate in our online MS communities.  

Visit our COVID-19 page for the latest information about COVID-19 and MS – including guidance on vaccines. Check out the Ask an MS Expert webinar series to learn more about topics related to the MS community or reach out to an MS Navigator for additional support. 

Self-help groups bring people together who share common life experiences for support, education and mutual aid. Benefits of participating in a self-help group include: 

  • Learning new information and strategies for confronting problems. 
  • Finding support from others. 
  • The opportunity to help others. 
  • Feeling empowered and more self-confident in coping with challenges. 

National MS Society self-help groups focus on support, advocacy, education, wellness or may be more social in nature.  Some groups also serve specific populations, such as young adults, parents with MS or carepartners.  Other groups may have a specific focus, such as physical activity, wellness or healthy living. 
 
People come together at self-help groups to lift each other up through personal struggles and encourage each other to try new things and live each day to its full potential. Learn more about the sense of community and the power of connection offered at National MS Society groups. 
 
Find a group in your area here, or to talk to someone about establishing a group, contact an MS Navigator at 1-800-344-4867 or online

Find Local Groups

  1. Lakewood Self-Help Group - now meeting virtually

    Lakewood, CO
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  2. Denver Men's Self-Help Group

    Cherry Hills Village, CO
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  3. Denver - The Social Discussion Group - now meeting virtually

    Denver, CO
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  4. MS Caregivers of Colorado Support Group - now meeting virtually

    Highlands Ranch, CO
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  5. Highlands Ranch Self-Help Group - now meeting virtually

    Highlands Ranch, CO
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  6. Arvada MS Self-Help Group - Now Meeting Virtually

    Arvada, CO
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  7. Northglenn MS Self-Help/Social Group

    Northglenn, CO
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  8. Aurora Self-Help Group - now meeting virtually

    Aurora, CO
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  9. Parker Pals Self-Help Group - now meeting virtually

    Parker, CO
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  10. Broomfield Self-Help Group - Now Meeting Virtually

    Broomfield, CO
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  11. Aurora 70/Four70 MS Men's Group

    Aurora, CO
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  12. Boulder Self-Help Group - now meeting virtually

    Boulder, CO
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  13. Longmont Breakfast Social

    Longmont, CO
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  14. Longmont Self-Help Group

    Longmont, CO
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  15. Loveland Breakfast Social

    Loveland, CO
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  16. Fort Collins Breakfast Social

    Fort Collins, CO
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  17. Fort Collins Men with MS Self-Help Group - now meeting virtually

    Fort Collins, CO
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  18. Fort Collins Self-Help Group - now meeting virtually

    Fort Collins, CO
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