Events, Classes and Studies
National Diabetes Prevention Program
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-led National Diabetes Prevention Program will help you learn ways to change your lifestyle and improve your health. Participants meet in a group, once a week for 16 weeks, with a trained Lifestyle Coach to learn how to make modest lifestyle changes. For more information click HERE. (pdf)
Diabetes Boot Camp
Diabetes Boot Camp is an upbeat non-traditional program or "Living Classroom" for up to 20 participants with diabetes. This 12-week hands-on program will provide you with practical information, support and education on exercise and healthy eating. For more information click HERE. (pdf)
Group Lifestyle Balance
Group Lifestyle Balance is a year-long lifestyle change program which can reduce the onset of diabetes. Lifestyle coaches will work with participants by providing education, support and tools to help achieve personal goals. For more information click HERE. (pdf)
Self Management Training
Would you like to take control of your diabetes so it does not control you? FREE classes are offered to help diabetes patients manage their disease. For more information click HERE or call 740-566-4877.
Clinical trials allow for researchers to make medical advances in Diabetes. The studies cover prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Our aim is to improve the quality of life for all of those living with diabetes. If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial click HERE or call Cammie Starner at 740-566-4873.