We have broadened our reach to bring the MS Center to where people need it most: close to home.

Our Rural Engagement Program aims to build strong connections and lasting relationships with people and families living with MS in rural communities throughout Colorado. This program features regular community forums and educational opportunities in towns throughout our region, bringing the expertise of our MS specialist neurologists, educators, and support service providers to those who may not be able to easily join us in the Denver area.

Online Adaptive Exercise Classes

Twice-weekly online exercise class providing an opportunity to participate in seated adaptive exercises.

Virtual Counseling

Supporting the mental health and well-being of people and families living with MS

Health & Wellness Coaching

Personal coaching to help achieve a healthier and more balanced lifestyle.

Through funding provided by a grant from the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation, we are proud to offer an array of free support services and in-person events that are available to people living in rural areas.

Our events in a growing number of communities throughout Colorado and neighboring states allow us to lay the groundwork for expanding access to our free direct support services. Look below for a list of upcoming Rural Engagement events near you!

Rural Engagement Program Events

A key component of our Rural Engagement efforts are regular Community events held in communities throughout the region, including half-day Forums, education programs and social events. Many of these offer a chance for you to meet and talk to members of our medical and education teams in person and close to home. Check below for our current list of upcoming Rural Engagement Program events.

Find and Upcoming Event Near You!
To get on our Rural Engagement Program mailing list, or for more information about any of these programs, please email Sophie Semenjuk, the MS Center’s rural outreach manager.

Our Direct Support Services are offered completely FREE of charge to all participants, regardless of where they receive their MS care. These programs include online adaptive exercise classes, counseling sessions for individuals and families living with MS, and special access to online health and wellness coaching.

The Rocky Mountain MS Center Rural Engagement Program is made possible in part
by a grant from the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation.