- We have moved our chapter office in Portland. Our new address is 825 NE Multnomah St., Suite 940, Portland, OR 97232. Please update your records and let us know if you have any questions or concerns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please be assured that the work of The ALS Association will continue. The first priority is the safety and well-being of people with ALS, their families and caregivers, and our staff.
- We have created a COVID-19 Vaccine Information hub to capture breaking news and resources to inform your conversations with physicians about the vaccines, their safety and efficacy, and availability.
- Chapter staff will be working remotely and are still available to our constituents daily via phone, email, or video chat.
- All in-person Support Groups have been cancelled. All groups have transitioned to Virtual Support Groups.
- You can find the latest updates about our activities on our Facebook page.
For the most recent information about coronavirus (COVID-19), The ALS Association recommends that you reference the websites for the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and state and local health authorities. The ALS Association has also made available a fact sheet about COVID-19 and its impact on people with ALS.
For specific information about symptoms you may be experiencing or questions about personal exposure as someone living wth ALS or as a caregiver, please contact your physician directly.
Thank you for your patience as we manage this rapidy shifting situation.
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