Diabetes Prevention Program

Prediabetes is a condition where your blood sugar is higher than normal, and could lead to diabetes or a heart condition. Healthy habits can help prevent prediabetes from developing into diabetes and incorporating these habits into your lifestyle can cut the risk of diabetes in half. As a team we will learn how to manage stress, exercise realistically, eat a well-balanced plate and so much more. Together we can reach our goals.  

What is the Diabetes Prevention Program?

Join us to get a yearlong coach to guide and encourage you. You’ll also receive tools and equipment you need to incorporate these habits into your daily activities!

The free Diabetes Prevention Program offers you:

  • Skills and information about how to live a happy and healthy lifestyle
  • Cooking demos
  • Tools such as yoga mats and resistance bands provided in class
  • Group support
  • Need childcare? Contact us to learn how we can help
  • Transportation vouchers, if needed


How to Qualify

To be eligible for the Diabetes Prevention Program, participants must:

  • Be over the age of 18
  • Have a BMI >25 (or 23 if Asian American) 
  • Have one of the following:
    • Blood test indicating prediabetes*
    • A1c 5.7-6.4% or fasting blood glucose 100-125 mg/dL
    • Score of 5 or higher on the prediabetes risk test

*Please reach out to your provider or make an appointment in our Nutrition & Diabetes Center for an a1c measurement. 

How to Join

Classes start in June. Have questions or are interested in enrolling? Provide your information below:

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More Resources are Available

Excited about healthy habits and want to get started while you wait for classes to begin? Check out the free classes offered at the Wellness Center.  


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