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The links below will connect you with MS Society programs and external community resources to help you find the support you need to manage and cope with multiple sclerosis.

If you are unable to find what you need, please don’t hesitate to contact an MS Navigator by phone 1 (844) 859-6789 or by email at msnavigators@mssociety.ca

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Caregiver Information, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

The MS Society recognizes the incredible contribution made by caregivers and is committed to supporting them through providing information on financial and legal issues, as well as other valuable resources and information. Visit the webpage below to join the MS Society Caregiver Network and receive... Read More

  • Caregivers and Families

Employment Publications, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

The MS Society of Canada has two publications which speak to issues of employment and work for people affected by MS and allied diseases, including the employee/person living with MS and their employer. A Guide to Employment and Income Support (2006) MS in the Workplace: An Employer's Guide (2006) For... Read More

  • Employment

Peer Support Program

The MS Society is pleased to offer a telephone/internet peer support program for individuals living with MS. You may be newly diagnosed, you may have a specific question, or maybe you are dealing with an issue related to your MS. Sometimes the best person to talk to is someone who also has MS. Volunteers... Read More

  • Peer Support

Someone Like Me, Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

Someone Like Me is an online community for youth impacted by MS that provides innovative resources and activities to share stories and connect with other youthÑsomeone like you. Read posts from bloggers, participate in forums, and access information on managing the physical, emotional and social aspects... Read More

  • Youth Programs

Legal and Self-Advocacy Support from the MS Society

The MS Society of Canada aims to improve quality of life for people living with MS by increasing access to legal and advocacy supports. While services vary by region, the MS Society is continually developing a range of services that will benefit people living with MS who often face advocacy and/or legal... Read More

  • Financial Assistance
  • Advocacy & Legal

Get Involved! - Fundraising - Saskatchewan

The MS Society of Canada holds a variety of fundraising events throughout the year. Money raised at these events supports the best MS research in Canada, and local programs and services that assist people living with multiple sclerosis. Scroll down to find out more about our fundraising events. Every... Read More

  • Volunteering & Fundraising

MS Ambassador Program - Saskatchewan

Help the MS Society of Canada promote the importance of MS research, services, and knowledge to the people of Saskatchewan! Do you have what it takes to be an MS Ambassador? MS Ambassadors raise awareness about MS, the MS Society, and the need to fund research to find a cure. Ambassadors create partnerships... Read More

  • Volunteering & Fundraising
  • Advocacy & Legal

Programs and Services - Saskatchewan

Click here to see the complete Saskatchewan Programs & Services Guide (2020) From the time of diagnosis, we're here to support, encourage and provide practical help through the following services: Information We have a collection of resources about multiple sclerosis. The information is credible and... Read More

  • Recreation & Fitness
  • Peer Support
  • Information Services

Scholarships - Saskatchewan

Marlene Forden Memorial Scholarship With the Marlene Forden Memorial Scholarship , $1,000 in funds are available each year and are awarded to individuals attending post-secondary education in Saskatchewan. Minimum $500 is awarded per person. 2020 Forden Scholarship Application Description Letter 2020... Read More

  • Youth Programs

Support Groups - Saskatchewan

MS Support Groups help those affected by MS cope with their symptoms while learning more about MS. They provide social connections for those who know what it is like to live with this unpredictable disease. Each group has a designated facilitator to help direct conversation and questions, and occasionally... Read More

  • Social Gatherings & Recreation
  • Peer Support

Take Action - Saskatchewan

About Us Government relations and advocacy activities are carried out by the MS Society staff and volunteers to support the mission of the MS Society. These activities seek to improve government policies, private industry practices and public attitudes. Government relations work in Saskatchewan takes... Read More

  • Advocacy & Legal
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