Our Members

Accelerated Cure Project is a national nonprofit dedicated to curing MS by determining its causes. Our repository contains samples and data from people with MS and other demyelinating diseases. Samples are available to researchers who submit all data they generate back to the repository to be shared with others.

Phone: 1-781-487-0008

Website: www.acceleratedcure.org/ 

Can Do MS transforms lives. A national nonprofit organization based in Avon, Colo., Can Do MS delivers health and wellness education programs for families with MS. Programs focus on exercise, nutrition, symptom management, and motivation to thrive in life.

Phone: 1-800-367-3101

Website:  www.mscando.org/

CMSC provides leadership in clinical research and education; develops vehicles to share information and knowledge among members; disseminates information to the health care community and to persons affected by multiple sclerosis; and develops and implements mechanisms to influence health care delivery.

Phone: 1-201-487-1050

Website: www.mscare.org

The IOMSN is the first and only international organization focused solely on the needs and goals of professional nurses, anywhere in the world, who care for people with multiple sclerosis. Mentoring, educating, networking, sharing – the IOMSN supports nurses in their continuing effort to offer HOPE.

Phone: 1-201-487-1050

Website: www.iomsn.org

MS Views and News (MSVN), is dedicated to the global collection and distribution of information concerning multiple sclerosis. Through partnering relationships, MSVN provides education, advocacy and service to empower and enhance the quality of life of the MS community.

Phone: 1-786-296-8777

Website:  http://www.msviewsandnews.org/

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America is a leading resource for the entire MS community, improving lives today through vital services and support. MSAA provides free programs and services, such as: a Helpline; award-winning publications; website featuring educational videos and research updates; shared-management tools to assist the MS community in managing their MS; safety and mobility equipment; cooling accessories for heat-sensitive individuals; educational events and activities; MRI funding and insurance advocacy; as well as other services.

Phone: 1-800-532-7667

Website: www.mymsaa.org

he MSF’s mission is to provide nationally accessible programs and services, to those affected by MS, which in turn, helps them maintain their health, safety, self-sufficiency, and personal well-being. We strive to heighten public awareness of MS in order to elicit financial support while promoting understanding for those diagnosed.

Phone: 1-800-225-6495

Website: www.msfocus.org

The National MS Society is a collective of passionate individuals who want to do something about MS NOW – to move together toward a world free of multiple sclerosis. The Society mobilizes people and resources to drive research for a cure and to address the challenges of everyone affected by MS.

Phone: 1-800-344-4867

Website:  http://www.nationalmssociety.org

United Spinal Association is the largest disability-led national non-profit organization founded by paralyzed veterans in 1946 and has since provided service programs and advocacy to improve the quality of life of those across the life span living with spinal cord injuries and disorders (SCI/D) such as multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and spina bifida.  Throughout its history, United Spinal Association has devoted its energies, talents and programs to improving the quality of life for these Americans and for advancing their independence. United Spinal Association is also a VA-recognized veterans service organization (VSO) serving veterans with disabilities of all kinds.

Phone: 1-718-803-3782

Website: www.unitedspinal.org