Men only group, all ages. Meeting times and locations may change! Please call or email the group prior to attending, to confirm the meeting date and location. (PLEASE NOTE some groups do not meet every month of the year or at the holidays.)
Our group empowers and educates those with MS as well as their families to make informed healthcare decisions and access support services within their communities. Our general goal is to help people make informed choices in order to live better with their MS.
Co-Leader: Tammy - 909-792-6518 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Call group leader to confirm details.
Self-help group for individuals with MS. Call for full list of Dates & Locations.
Self-help group for individuals with MS and their support partners. Open to persons with MS, friends and family.
A National MS Society affiliated support group for people living with MS, their families, friends and caregivers. Besides sharing the realities of living with MS, we share good times, laughter and information in a positive, upbeat environment. Everyone comes full of ideas to take home and perhaps try out. Join a monthly meeting for education, information and good company!
About Us: The mission of our group is to support the people in our community who suffer from MS. We are available for information and guidance as well as strength on a bad day. Our group is here for the community's needs and concerns and to assist the newly diagnosed as much as we can.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss information that may be of interest to our affiliated support groups, please contact the MS Focus Support Group Program staff at (888) 673-6287, or email@example.com.
This MS Connection Group does not meet during the summer months, please contact leader for meeting details starting in September. Thank you.
MS Connection Groups or self-help groups bring people together who share common life experiences for support, education and mutual aid. Benefits of participating in a connection group include:
- Learning new information and strategies for confronting problems.
- Finding support from others.
- The opportunity to help others.
- Feeling empowered and more self-confident in coping with challenges.
The Pennsylvania Keystone Chapter of the National MS Society MS Connection Groups focus on support, advocacy, education, and are social in nature. Some groups also serve specific populations, such as young adults, parents with MS, carepartners, or African-Americans.
Members of an MS Connection Groups share a belief that positive personal change happens through individual efforts with the support of others.