Multiple Sclerosis Centers of Excellence
MSCoE Partner Programs and Products (non-VA)
By partnering with Veterans, caregivers, health care providers, and other service organizations we hope to minimize impairment and maximize quality of life for Veterans with MS.
Consortium of MS Centers
The core purpose of the Consortium of MS Centers is to promote sustained improvements in MS practice though clinical research, education and training, and targeted advocacy efforts.
National MS Society
The National MS Society has developed a variety of educational products that can be distributed to Veterans with MS during clinic appointments. Products can be printed directly or copies are available by contacting an MS Navigator at 800-FIGHT-MS (800-344-4867) or online at Ask an MS Navigator.
Handouts: The NMSS provides free publications for people living with MS and others. Publications are also listed in their Catalog of Informational Resources. The 2-page flyers below can be easily downloaded and printed. They were developed in collaboration with MSCoE.
Find Support: Help Veterans come together with people who share common life experiences or goals for support, education, and mutual aid. The Society's MS Connection, Support Groups, MS Navigators, Peer Connections, and Advocate Program are here to help.
Find additional information about MS management as well as resources for you and your patients by contacting the Society at HealthProf_info@nmss.org. Additionally, please refer your patients to an MS Navigator for information and support.
Paralyzed Veterans of America
The Paralyzed Veterans of America is a leading advocate for quality health care, research and education addressing spinal cord injury and dysfunction, benefits available as a result of military service, and civil rights and opportunities that maximize independence.
Summit + Expo: The Summit is an intensive, three-day learning and sharing experience that provides the most updated and vital information, state of the art research, and emerging science, which can be put to immediate use in caring for individuals with spinal cord injury/disease (SCI/D), MS, ALS and TBI.
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