Community Health Network Programs for Diabetes

Diabetes Education

We can help

  • Manage glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels
  • Eat healthier

How this works

Certified Diabetes Outpatient Educators trained Registered Nurses, Registered Dietitians or Pharmacists, lead individual or group consultations in doctors' offices, pharmacies or dedicated sites.

Who we help

Adults (18+ years old) with diabetes referred by a healthcare provider.

Cost

Covered under some health insurance plans, may require co-pay.

Diabetes Prevention Sessions

We can help

  • Lower your risk of getting Type 2 diabetes
  • Eat healthier
  • Increase physical activity
  • Lose weight.

How this works

Group sessions which teach healthy eating, and how to increase physical activity are held once a week for 16 weeks.

Who we help

Adults (18+ years old) with pre-diabetes or people at-risk for developing Type 2 diabetes

Cost

Free

Diabetes Self-Management Sessions

We can help

  • Better manage diabetes.
  • Deal with emotional and physical symptoms of diabetes

How this works

Group sessionslead by certified Peer Leaders, teach techniques to deal with physical and emotional symptoms of diabetes, promote exercise, proper use of medications, and healthy eating, and effective communication. Sessions meet for 2 1/2 hours per week for 6 weeks.

Who we help

Adults (18+ years old) who have, or who care for someone with, diabetes.

Cost

Free

Where to get Diabetes Self-Management Sessions