Our Educational programs and services are based on the NMSS quality of Life Goals: Knowledge, Health, and Independence. This promotes understanding and management of MS through the provision of accurate information about the disease and related issues. Knowledge is power and empowerment and that is the foundation of our chapter programs structure.
The Physical Health programs facilitate access to quality health care, exercise, physical activity, and wellness.
The Emotional Health programs help to promote a state of psychological well-being.
The Family and Social program category is the umbrella under which we include such programs as our self-help groups, family programs, and social events.
Programs supporting independence consist of accessibility, independent living, employment, and long term care.
The staff of the New Jersey Metro Chapter would like to thank our members. Your participation and feedback allow us to develop programs that best fit your needs. We truly enjoy what we do and look forward to another rewarding year.
For information and resources, please contact Sharon at the Information Resource Center (IRC) at email@example.com or call 1-800-344-4867. Our staff can answer questions, provide brochures, publications, information on programs, and access material from our lending library.Program Calendar
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Champions Against MS Volunteer Opportunity
Information and Referral
Viola Harms Information and Resource Center
Internet Education Series - MS Learn On-Line
Programs for the Newly Diagnosed
Teleconference Education Series
PHYSICAL HEALTH PROGRAMS
EMOTIONAL HEALTH PROGRAMS
Professionally Led Counseling Programs
Self-Help and Support Groups
FAMILY SUPPORT PROGRAMS
ACCESSIBILITY-INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAMS
Accessibility and Independent Living Programs
Action Alert Team
Financial and Equipment Assistance
National Scholarship Program
LONG TERM SERVICES
Long Term Services