An Ever-Expanding Circle of Support
No matter how long you’ve been living with relapsing multiple sclerosis (RMS), it’s important to remember you’re not alone. Here’s information you can use to connect with other RMS organizations and communities that can help support your unique needs.
RMS organizations, services, and programs
American Academy of Neurology
Dedicated to helping people understand neurology and the available treatments for neurological disorders, including MS.
1-800-879-1960 | aan.com
Can Do Multiple Sclerosis
Lifestyle empowerment programs for people with MS.
1-800-367-3101 | cando-ms.org
Caregiver Action Network
Educates, supports, and empowers people who take care of loved ones with chronic illnesses or disabilities.
1-202-454-3970 | caregiveraction.org
The Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC)
An organization of RMS healthcare professionals dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by the condition.
201-487-1050 | mscare.com
Provides online support, chat, and message boards to more than 150,000 people worldwide living with MS.
Multiple Sclerosis Association of America
A national organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for everyone affected by MS.
1-800-532-7667 | mymsaa.org
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (MSF)
MSF offers a wide range of free services, including national toll-free support, home care, support groups, assistive technology, and more.
1-954-776-6805 | msfocus.org
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
A 50-state US network that helps people with the challenges of MS.
1-800-344-4867 | nationalmssociety.org
Treatment support programs
Many brands of treatment offer support programs that can help patients understand their treatment, navigate insurance, and identify financial support. Some even provide access to an on-duty case manager or nurse.
Next up: Understanding how RMS is treated
Now that you understand a bit more about RMS, its symptoms, and how to build your team to help you along your journey, let’s dive a bit deeper. How is RMS treated, and which treatments are available to you?Learn More Ahead
Tracking symptoms, together
When it comes to staying aware of new RMS symptoms, it helps to have another pair of eyes. Your family and friends may notice subtle RMS symptoms even before you do.Don’t Miss a Symptom