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Read the Standards for Recognition

The CDC Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program Standards and Operating Procedures (DPRP Standards) describes in detail the National Diabetes Prevention Program requirements for a lifestyle program to prevent type 2 diabetes. It also explains how an organization may apply to have a lifestyle program recognized, earn recognition, and continue to be recognized over time.

Organizations considering whether to apply should read the DPRP Standards thoroughly and should conduct a capacity assessment (described in Appendix A of the standards and available on this page) before actually applying for recognition. For more information, please contact dprpAsk@cdc.gov.

Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program Standards and Operating Procedures [PDF-727KB]

Capacity Assessment [PDF-58.4KB]

 

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