Sheri Strahl, MPH, MBA begins tenure as President & CEO of ALS Network
At the ALS Network, we connect people living with ALS in California and Hawaii with the resources they need to live a longer, more comfortable life.
We connect need with support, questions with answers, thought leaders with new ideas, research to funding, and advocates to challenge the status quo.
Our team of professional Care Managers provide expert advice and assistance for people with ALS, free of charge.
We invest in research that will lead to better treatments and cures. We can also help connect you to clinical trials.
Our advocacy efforts advance important public policy initiatives that benefit our ALS community.
Support Our Mission
To partner with the ALS community as we drive the discovery of prevention strategies, treatments, and cures for ALS; provide access to quality care and connection; and promote initiatives to improve health outcomes.
Enthusiastic volunteers are key to our success! Volunteers can contribute in many ways - through their time, knowledge, skills and leadership.
You can host an event to help support the ALS community and push towards treatments and cures. It's easy to get started!
Sign up for one of our fundraising events and start or join a team to raise money for ALS Network!
As an ALS advocate, you can help change the laws and policies that affect thousands of people with ALS and their families.
Connect, Support, Chat
Connection groups are a great place for people living with ALS and their loved ones to share their personal experiences and learn more about strategies for preserving independence and maximizing quality of life.
Watch Our Latest ASK ME Webinar
Please watch our ASK ME educational webinar, “ALS Research and Care in 2024” featuring Clive Svendsen, PhD, Director, Cedars-Sinai Regenerative Medicine Institute and Chair, California ALS Research Network, and Jill Goslinga, MD, MPH Assistant Professor, Neurology at UCSF Weill Institute for Neuroscience who will share updates from the 2024 California ALS Research Summit and the impact on care and research in 2024. You will also have a chance to see presentations from the 2024 Barber ALS Research Award winners.