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HealthyWomen’s Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Support Group Finder

Created With Support

HealthyWomen has put together some support group options to unite those affected by MS. Support groups can vary in format with in-person groups, virtual groups, social media pages, blogs, mobile apps and others. Support groups help connect people who may be going through similar situations and can offer information and advice related to MS.

HealthyWomen offers these resources for information purposes. We do not endorse or recommend these websites specifically. Always be sure to do your own research and find support that works for you. In addition, be sure to talk with your healthcare provider about multiple sclerosis and your personal treatment plan.

Support groups based on:

These give support group options based on ZIP code or state and city.

These support groups offer phone, email, video call and virtual support meeting options with moderators. They also provide information for the person with MS, family members or someone concerned about someone else with MS.

These support groups are on social media sites that offer ways to post anonymous questions, share tips or provide other advice.

These options offer MS blog topics ranging from activism to living well to research and news.

These options offer support group newsletters, chats, message boards or mobile apps.

This resource was created with support from Bristol Myers Squibb.


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