MS Wellness Project is dedicated to providing free resources and information for the MS community.

Organizations that provide programs, services, grants, treatment information, support, and more:

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America: MSAA has three main programs:

  1. Cooling, which includes cooling kits featuring products like cooling vests, collars, hats, and pillowcases.
  2. MRI Access Fund provides financial support.
  3. Equipment Distribution includes wheelchairs, canes, walkers, hospital beds, grab bars, easy-grip dishes and utensils, toilet seat raisers, tools to make dressing easier.

Multiple Sclerosis Foundation:  Offers programs for cooling, computers, and assistive technology. MS Focus provides grants for:

  • Emergency Assistance
  • Healthcare Assistance
  • Home Care Assistance
  • Health & Wellness
  • Transportation
  •  Brighter Tomorrow Grant

National Multiple Sclerosis Society: Connects you with other resources and services to help with the financial challenges of paying for heating, cooling, rent, mortgage, temporary home health aides, transportation, accessibility modifications to homes and automobiles, and durable medical equipment. They also provide free in-home case management.

Can Do MS: Provides free online health and wellness educational programs including interactive webinars to learn skills and tools to adopt healthy lifestyle behaviors.

Financial assistance resources:

Grants and copay assistance programs to help pay for Multiple Sclerosis drugs (and others)

Help with Medicare:

  • Medicare savings program
  • Wheelchair ramp assistance-

The National Council on Aging Medicare information:

Personal care assistance program:

Medication assistance and information:

Search engine for medication assistance:

Local, state, and national resources (US)

Social Security Disability Resources:

Other SSDI information:

Disability evaluation for Multiple Sclerosis:  

The common physical, cognitive and emotional symptoms of MS that can interfere with an adult’s ability to function at work or in school are covered in three separate sections of the Listing: (as per NMSS guidebook)

Disability Lawyer serving NJ & PA areas:
  •  Gregg Hobbie has been a trustee for the NMSS and has received an award from the MOCEANS Center for Independent Living for his work as a disability advocate. He provides his clients with personal service and he offers a free initial consultation and case evaluation of your SS claim. 732-766-5682

Other resources:

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UK Resources: 

The links shared in this article are for informational use only. Please verify all resources.


Most of the resources listed are in the US. I had difficulty finding resources for other countries. If anyone has other resources to share that are relevant to living with Multiple Sclerosis, please email me: .