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Programs

There are several very good help centers you can reach online or by phone to get answers and assistance right away.  Some are available 24/7.  So you never have to feel alone.  People are out there who want to help.  So reach out. 

MS LIFELINES  (www.mslifelines.com)

Whether you are newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis or have been living with it for some time, it helps to have a strong support system to turn to when you need it. That’s why the people of MS LifeLines are committed to being there for you.  

Call MS LifeLines toll-free at 1-877-447-3243anytime, day or night.

A live representative is always available to take your call.

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America: Help Line

A toll-free Helpline allows individuals with MS, family members, care partners, and friends, to speak directly with one of MSAA's experienced consultants who have a social services or counseling background.

MSAA's Helpline may be reached by calling: (800) 532-7667, extension 154 Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, eastern time or by emailing MSquestions@mymsaa.org.

Helpline consultants are available to assist individuals with MS, and the people close to them, adapt to the changes they may be experiencing. MSAA's consultants can offer encouragement to clients and their care partners to identify obstacles and discover ways to overcome them. Helpline consultants may also recommend the program(s) offered by MSAA and other resources that would be of help to the caller, and assist him or her with the application process.

Multiple Sclerosis Foundation: National Toll-Free Help Line (USA)

Getting information, support and access to MSF services is as easy as picking up the phone.  A dedicated group of caseworkers and volunteers man the MSF phone lines each day to make sure help is available to those who need it.  All of the MSF’s resources are available through one number:  888-MSFOCUS (673-6287), our National Toll-Free Helpline.

Since MS affects each individual differently, our dedicated caseworkers and peer counselors tailor support to each person's unique needs. Through personal contact, they provide information, referrals, assistance in accessing services, and problem solving. Support is available free of charge via phone, e-mail, written request, and in person. Call our Program Services Department toll-free at 1-888-673-6287 from anywhere in the United States for assistance Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. EST; or you can contact us at anytime by e-mail: support@msfocus.org.