So glad you are in WA, me too, and we've got a great local MS support group, that actually does things to help people. MS Helping Hands MShelp.org is in Edmonds WA, they have a warehouse of mobility equipment (based on donations, what you can afford) if you need anything (I used a rolator from them the first week I was home).
I have advanced disability, use a cane, and looking for any resources we can collect for people wo are doing this w/o a caregiver. Here's one
There is an MS Foudnation that will give grants to those lacking financial resources, for someone to meet them at the airport on their return, get them settled in at home etc. If you need it for someone before I get everything together, it is 888-673-6287 http://www.msfocus.org/Homecare-Grant-Program.aspx
Coming Home from the hospital can be a difficult time of transition. The MSF Home Care Assistance Grant Program offers a four-hour visit from an aide who will meet the patient at the hospital, provide transportation, and get the patient settled comfortably at home.