About Denver Multiple Sclerosis MEN’S Group

Uniquely about adult males diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, Male Voices of MS is a project of the Denver MS Men’s Group. It was scripted by Cary Polevoy and filmed & produced by Enrique Stone.  Cary is currently the group’s leader.

Sponsored by the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS), we meet in a comfortable non-intimidating all-male environment that allows men who have MS to talk openly.

This is the same MS Men’s Group that spearheaded and organized both “MS Elevation” in 2016 and “Kicking at the Uprights: the Male MS Challenge” in 2012 and produced the video “Male Voices of MS” also in 2012.

Join us from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. the 2nd Monday each month at Bethany Lutheran Church Englewood (4500 E. Hampden Ave. in Englewood — just west of I-25) in a Conference Room down the hallway from the offices.

There is no fee to attend and an RSVP is not required although we recommend contacting LeeAnn Bellum prior to the first time you attend to confirm meeting date, time and place.  Click here for a list of CO-WY NMSS Chapter sponsored support groups.

Denver MS Mens Group

Denver MS Men’s Group plus 2 in 2012.

For more information, contact:
Cary Polevoy
Denver MS Men’s Group Leader
carypolevoy@outlook.com
or
LeeAnn Bellum, LCSW
303-698-5407
Care Management Director
Colorado-Wyoming Chapter
National Multiple Sclerosis Society

5 thoughts on “About Denver Multiple Sclerosis MEN’S Group

  1. Missing Colorado and the mens group often but doggedly pushing forward with my Rife treatments for Lyme, Babesia, Bartonella, Ehrlichia and Parvo. Human strain that is! Just finished my 5th treatment last Tuesday so will treat again on Sunday and will keep everyone out there updates on my progess.

  2. Hi! I am Mike Rooney’s wife. I went to a presentation on Protandim. Anyone hear of this? Of course, I can’t help to be a skeptic, but also found some of the information interesting. I got a research study comparing Protandim & BG-12 , which was done in Amsterdam. I’m going to talk with my neurologist about this but though I’d ask to see what others thought of it.

  3. A big part of this group’s discussions result in a lot of laughter. Laughter may or may not be the best medicinr, but it certainly helps. This is a fun group with no-holds-barred attitude.

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