Programs & Services

Receiving an ALS diagnosis is overwhelming and leads to many questions and concerns. Whether you are living with ALS or caring for someone with ALS, there are many challenges and changes to consider. The ALS Society of BC and our provincial partners are here to help. Through fundraising and donations, the ALS Society of BC is able to provide programs and services at no cost to ALS patients and their families; however, patients must be registered to access them. There is no registration fee for ALS Patients.

ALS Guide

The ALS Guide has been developed to provide practical information about ALS, its progression, and how people and families living with ALS can find solutions to help maintain independence.

Statistics Overview

In 2023, the ALS Society of BC provided care for a total of 587 clients, in comparison to 566 clients in 2022 and 498 clients in 2021, through various support programs and patient services initiatives.

Support Networks

Cycle of Hope

Current Projects