MS Center Programs and Services

Rocky Mountain MS Center jointly describes two elements of an innovative partnership — The RMMSC nonprofit organization, and the RMMSC at CU clinical and research teams operating at UCHealth and the University of Colorado Hospital on the Anschutz Medical Campus.

Together, we pursue our mission to improve the lives of those living with MS through the four core elements of our programs and services: care, support, education and research.

As a patient-centered organization, we prioritize listening to and learning from our patients and their caregivers. Their voices motivate our focus on better treatments. They have helped mold our education programs to be relevant for patients and caregivers. And they have inspired our cutting edge research to always explore the disease one step further and find the next answer. Patients are at the heart of all we do.


Our comprehensive medical care approach maximizes the brain’s ability to protect and repair itself, and promotes quality of life for patients and their families. We use every possible treatment strategy available — old, new and in combination — to find the best treatment for each individual.

  • RMMSC at CU — Patients benefit from meticulous care provided by fellowship-trained neurologists, MS-specialized advanced practitioners, and an extensive team of experienced professionals. For appointments call 720-848-2080, ext. 4.
  • King Adult Day Enrichment Program (KADEP) — Five days a week, our day program hosts adult clients at our facility in Westminster, providing therapeutic recreation activities, social contact, meals and wellness monitoring. KADEP is a home away from home for people with MS and other neurological diseases, as well as those living with brain injury and stroke. For more information call 303-433-6887.


Through our adult day program, hydrotherapy, counseling services, and social security disability assessments, we support and empower people living with MS through the entirety of their journeys.

  • Hydrotherapy / Online Exercise Program — Specialized MS aquatic therapy program designed to improve functional abilities typically offered two days per week at sites throughout the Denver area. Currently providing Online Exercise Classes which are seated and adaptive strengthening and stretching workouts conducted via Zoom twice weekly. Contact Michele Harrison, PT at 720-273-7461.
  • Counseling and Referrals — We are happy to provide independent and family counseling and referrals provided by a licensed clinical social worker. For an appointment, please call 303-788-4030 ext. 120.
  • Disability Assessment and Legal Assistance — One-on-one education about Social Security Disability benefits, criteria and the application process. For more information or to schedule a free consultation please call 720-301-9708.
  • MS Young Professionals Network (MSYPN) — MSYPN offers networking happy hours, special fundraising events, volunteer opportunities and more for 21- to 40-year-olds with a personal connection to MS. Call 303-788-4030 ext. 111 or click above more information.


Our education programs include seminars, classes and publications that reach throughout the Rocky Mountain region and beyond. Our long-running MS 101 program, the Conversations on MS series, semi-annual Education Summits, webinars, InforMS Magazine, and regular e-newsletters provide information, updates and education to patients, families and the general public.

  • MS 101 — A free 2-hour class for the newly-diagnosed in a small-group setting that goes over the basics of MS, how our understanding of the disease has changed over the years, and how to maximize your wellbeing. To register for an upcoming class, please email or visit
  • Conversations on MS — An informal town-hall style Q&A session where one of our neurologists will discuss MS news, research updates, symptom management, and other topics brought by attendees. Events may be either virtual or in-person around Colorado. For a schedule of upcoming sessions, visit
  • Education Summits — Presentations and discussions with leading minds in the care and treatment of MS. We present these half-day events twice a year — spring and fall — free of charge to all attendees. Join us live in the Denver area, or watch the livestream from home. For information and schedules, please visit
  • Webinars — Our webinar series features presentations on timely and relevant topics to the MS community. Take a look at upcoming and archived webinars at
  • InforMS Magazine  — InforMS is our quarterly magazine, bringing you in-depth articles on issues related to living with MS and related neurological diseases.
  • eMS News — eMS News is our monthly email newsletter featuring relevant updates and the latest news. Sign up for both at


Our research program—one of the largest in the world—conducts basic science, clinical trials and translational research, with more than 30 trials underway at once. Our research is aimed at maximizing lifelong brain health in MS. Top priorities of our researchers are the identification of effective and safe therapies that meet each patient’s needs.

  • Clinical Research — Our active MS clinical research program gives opportunities for patient participation in emerging therapies and treatments. Call 303-724-4644 for more information or visit
  • RMMSC Tissue Bank — Playing a vital role in finding a cause and cure for MS, the Tissue Bank acquires, processes, preserves and distributes post-mortem brain and spinal cord tissue for research. Call 303-788-4030 ext. 120 for more information. If your call is concerning an urgent tissue bank donation, including the death of a donor, please call 720-626-6060.