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To improve the quality of life for those affected by MS through a collaborative network of independent MS organizations.
The Multiple Sclerosis Coalition (MSC) was founded in 2005 by three independent multiple sclerosis (MS) organizations in an effort to work together to benefit individuals with MS. Since that time, we have grown to nine member organizations, all of whom provide critical MS programs and services.
Our vision is to improve the quality of life for those affected by MS through a collaborative national network of independent MS organizations. Our mission is to increase opportunities for cooperation and provide greater leverage in collaborative and effective use of resources for the benefit of the entire MS community.
Our primary objectives are to educate, advocate, collaborate, and improve the efficiency of services for individuals with MS and those who are close to them. We provide critical momentum to work together to enhance these exciting MS initiatives and to ensure this collective support continues.
Check out member organization MS Focus: the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation: Be a part of something bigger than yourself. Join more than 15,000 people who accept and support each other in their MS journey. Request to join the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation's Facebook group. Multiple Sclerosis Foundation... See MoreSee Less
Check out member organization National Multiple Sclerosis Society: Getting a good night’s sleep is essential to staying healthier and focusing on daily activities. But about half of those living with multiple sclerosis have sleep disorders such as sleep apnea or insomnia.
Learn about the ways researchers are trying to help people with MS get a good night’s rest. ... See MoreSee Less
Watch for member organization United Spinal Association: Lee Oesterle shares his journey toward recovery after a spinal cord injury changed his life forever at the age of 61. #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth
"My primary coping skill has always been about taking action. If I am feeling down–what can I do about it? If I am feeling fearful–what can I do about it? This was an excellent coping skill for going through rehabilitation. It seemed that there was always something to do." ... See MoreSee Less