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Rocky Mountain MS Center

Providing a comprehensive and integrated wellness approach to multiple sclerosis and related diseases, life-changing support services, critical education programs, and cutting-edge research.

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Highlights from the Fall 2022 Education Summit

The Rocky Mountain MS Center’s 2022 Fall Education Summit was held Saturday, October 15, 2022, in-person at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado, and livestreaming on Zoom. Click now for on-demand access to full videos of each session, slides from each of our speakers, presentation highlights and more.

Support the MS Center on Colorado Gives Day!


Colorado Gives Day will be here before you know it! It’s grown to be Colorado’s largest 24-hour giving event, raising more than $362 million for Colorado since it began in 2010, and it’s your chance to quickly, easily and securely support the Rocky Mountain MS Center.

Your support is amplified by the $1 Million Incentive Fund no matter when you donate — make a donation today, or mark your calendar to join us by donating on Tuesday, December 6! Click here to get started.

InforMS Magazine

Current Issue

InforMS: Fall 2022

Is it an MS Relapse, or is it Something Else?

With MS Relapses, the answers may not always be black and white. But it’s important to get to the bottom of what’s happening. They’ve been called attacks, exacerbations, flare-ups, relapses...

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Our MS-specialized Neurology Clinic

Rocky Mountain MS Center at University of Colorado

The Rocky Mountain MS Center at University of Colorado is recognized as a Center of Excellence in MS care, and houses a team of MS-specialty neurologists, advanced practitioners and support staff providing state-of-the-art patient care. Our comprehensive approach maximizes the brain’s ability to protect and repair itself, and promotes quality of life for patients and their families.
RMMSC at CU Stats:

  • 4,500+ patients from across the Rocky Mountain region
  • 10,000+ clinical visits each year at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, via Telemedicine, and at partner facilities
  • With more than 30 research projects underway at any given time, MS represents the largest single area of research in the CU Neurology department

Daily Care for Younger Adults

King Adult Day Enrichment Program (KADEP)

KADEP is an innovative, community-based and cost-effective day program alternative to nursing home placement for younger adults with MS, brain injury, stroke and other neurological conditions. KADEP provides a dynamic array of classes and activities, nursing care and other services designed to enhance the physical, emotional, cognitive and social wellbeing of each participant.
KADEP Stats:

  • 175+ clients from around the Denver area
  • More than 70 people join us each weekday, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Staffed by Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists, Exercise Specialists, Registered Nurses, CNAs and other support staff
  • The only program of its kind in Colorado, and a model for similar programs across the country


Resources on the Web

MS Education Resources

The MS Center’s Educational resources help you and your loved ones better understand all facets of living with MS, from care and treatment options to managing MS in your daily life. The resources compiled here are regularly updated and curated by our staff to bring you the best information available.

Live Events & Archives

Education Events

The MS Center’s Educational events bring our experts directly to you, in settings that offer more in-depth learning than can usually be done during an office visit. Take a look at some of our upcoming live educations events, as well as archives of previously recorded events.

  • MS 101 An indispensable overview of MS topics for newly-diagnosed patients, or anyone wanting to learn more about MS.
  • Conversations on MS Our touring sessions featuring audience-led discussions with MS Center Neurologists.
  • MS Education Summit Twice-yearly seminars featuring a morning of presentations from leading MS experts.
  • MS Center Webinars Regular presentations from our MS Team and colleagues on important topics in MS.
Explore our Educational Resources


Support for Patients, Families and Caregivers

Rocky Mountain MS Center
Support Programs

We understand that every person experiences MS differently, and that one person’s MS can have a profound impact on their loved ones as well. Our support programs — along with our entire MS care philosophy — are grounded in meeting patients and families wherever they are on their MS journey.


Changing the Way the World Treats MS

MS Center Research

The Rocky Mountain MS Center at University of Colorado is the home of one of the largest MS research programs in the world. At any moment, we have dozens of clinical trials underway with patient participants from around the region. The results from this work are driving our medical care approach to maximize lifelong brain health through comprehensive care, which supports the brain’s ability to protect and repair itself and promotes quality of life for patients and their families.


Your Support is Critical to Our Work

We Are Stronger!

We’re proud to be an independent, Colorado-based organization. When you get involved with the Rocky Mountain MS Center, you’re making a difference right here in your own community. Please join us in making a difference in the lives of those living with MS every day!

We welcome your direct financial support, and we pledge to be responsible stewards of your gifts.

We also invite you to participate in our work, whether as an attendee to one of our educational programs, a guest at one of our events, or as a volunteer in any capacity that’s right for you.

We are proud to be both a Charity Navigator Four Star Charity and the recipient of Guidestar’s Gold Seal of Transparency.