ALS Association–Wisconsin Chapter
The reason for a Wisconsin chapter is simple: a disease as devastating as ALS requires a localized level of care and resources. While we work closely with the National Office in sharing information and patient advocacy efforts, we’re largely an autonomous organization that relies on the financial and volunteer support of the local area.
Our Chapter evolved from an in-state support group and became an official ALS Association Chapter in 1987. Our staff includes the Executive Director, Special