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The descriptions listed for our Empowered to Achieve and Achieving Wellness programs reflect the traditional format of those programs. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our programs have been modified to maximize the health and safety of our participants. Please contact our staff at (916) 453-7966 to discuss our many offerings and availability.
Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with multiple sclerosis for some time, the MS Achievement Center can help you take control of your health and achieve your wellness goals. We provide programs which focus on health and wellness to complement existing care.
The Achievement Center’s mission is to provide members and loved ones with information, support and care to help deal with the challenges of MS. Upon admittance to the program, each person’s specific needs are identified by the MS Achievement Center staff and progress is monitored on an ongoing basis.
Empowered to Achieve is our 5 hour signature program which includes both individualized and group exercises with education and social support, cognitive stimulation and recreational activities.
One day per week for 5 hours
Program Times: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Achieving Wellness is our 2.5 hour signature program which includes both individualized and group exercises with education and social support, cognitive stimulation and recreational activities.
One day per week for 2.5 hours
Program Times: 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Individualized fitness programs with our expert staff assisting members to improve or maintain functional abilities such as strength, endurance, flexibility and balance.
We also provide group exercises including Yoga, Pilates and Zumba.
Members participate in cognitive stimulation through use of iPad applications and written formats.
Information is shared about nutrition, disease and symptom management, health, and wellness, through group discussions and community resources to help members make optimal lifestyle and health decisions.
Through staff and member support, members learn to reduce stress and improve their emotional status.
Members have access to various social activities and outings including bowling, concerts and sporting events.
The MS Achievement Center is open to anyone who has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. For admittance into the program, members must:
Individuals can self-refer. MS Achievement Center staff will work with the member's physician to keep them apprised of progress toward specific goals. Primary care physicians or other specialists can also refer.
There is no mandatory end date to a person's participation in the program and insurance is not billed. Payment is on a sliding scale.
If you are interested in attending one of our programs and would like more information, please call: 916.453.7966.
The MS Achievement Center is located at 7777 Greenback Lane, Suite 108, Citrus Heights, CA 95610
The MS Achievement Center does not provide medical or neurological care. If you have specific questions about your medical or neurological care, please contact your physician or the Mercy MS Center at 916.536.3670.
Watch the short video or download our brochure to learn more about our program, including what members have to say about the MS Achievement Center.
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The MS Achievement Center is committed to helping both members and non-members achieve wellness. Join us at one of our monthly activities.
The low-cost services provided by the MS Achievement Center are made possible in part by the generosity of our community.
Give online through Mercy Foundation. By selecting the MS Achievement Center from the designation drop down, your gift supports critical emotional and physical wellness programs for those living with multiple sclerosis. If you prefer to give by phone or check, please call 916.851.2011.
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