I AM ALS Navigation Program

Empowering You as You Navigate ALS

Navigating the uncertainties of ALS can be confusing and overwhelming. Your I AM ALS Navigation team has your back.

Request help

Call us at 866.942.6257 between 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. or email us

How it works

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Connect with a Navigator: There are two simple ways to connect with us: Complete the request for assistance form or call us at 866-942-6257 between 9 a.m. -5 p.m. CST Monday-Friday to be matched with an I AM ALS Navigator.

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Your Navigator will learn about you: Your Navigator will ask you questions and actively listen to learn what your needs are.

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Your Navigator will provide quick and thorough help: Your Navigator can help by supporting you emotionally, connecting you with practical resources, sharing relevant medical and research information and helping you build a community of ALS support.

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We will stay with you every step of the way: Your Navigator will check in with you regularly to see how you are doing and to make sure your needs are met.

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Your information will be protected: We respect our clients’ privacy. Any information you share with us will be stored in a secure database and will not be shared with any external sources without your explicit consent.


Connect with people who have been in your shoes

We want to make sure no patient, caregiver or loved one feels alone when navigating ALS. Through our Peer Mentor Program we connect people impacted by ALS with each other to provide unique support to you and your loved ones.

Questions? Call us at 866.942.6257 or email us

Since my diagnosis in June of 2019, I’ve been fighting to stay alive for myself, my family and my friends.

James Lockler, living with ALS

I cannot thank my family and friends enough for all the love and support I have received. I appreciate and love all of you, you are the reason I get out of bed every morning. I am going to beat this disease or die trying. Never give up.

Bob Foxwell, living with ALS

I feared I would not see my children finish grade school. I am so blessed to have all four in college and even one married.

Cari Meystrik, living with ALS

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