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Peer Support Program

The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter care services department strives to empower, educate and support families living with ALS. The best sources of support for those affected by ALS often come from those who are living with the disease or those who provide care for a loved one with ALS. The goal of the peer support program is to connect those living with ALS and/or caregivers (active or former) who can share experiences and support. The peer mentors act in a non-professional capacity offering guidance and support to one another. Participants in this program must agree to confidentiality guidelines included in this form.

The program is open to those living with ALS, current and former caregivers who have completed our one-year bereavement-mailing program.

Click here to complete the Peer Support Program interest form.

Click here for a printable copy of the Peer Support Program interest form.