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Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Recovering after a Disaster or Emergency
If you are in need of emergency shelter information and other critical resources as a result of Hurricane Sandy, please contact the Red Cross, your local Red Cross chapter, or FEMA.
The Society’s Information Resource Center can also help families affected by MS find the support and services needed in the midst of crisis, or after the initial emergency has passed. Contact an MS Navigator to learn about financial resources for temporary living assistance, medications, and other MS-related needs : 1-800-344-4867.
MS Views and News hopes that for all who were affected by SuperStorm Sandy, that you find the help you need and that your health remain on top of the list.
For those reading this posting, please forward it to someone else who might be in need, electronically or by phone