Additional Resources for Program Providers

What to know

Use the resources below to support your organization in delivering the lifestyle change program.

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National DPP Customer Service Center

National DPP Customer Service Center (CSC)
Learn detailed information about implementing the lifestyle change program.

Personal Success Tool and Promotional Materials
This web-based tool helps motivate participants in the lifestyle change program to stay on track, stick with the program, and reach their health goals.

PreventT2 Marketing Resources to Recruit/Retain Participants
The PreventT2 curriculum comes with ready-to-use and adaptable promotional materials that can be easily modified to add your organization logo and contact information.

Lifestyle Coach Resources
Find resources on implementing the lifestyle change program and training for coaches and program coordinators.

Data Reporting
To maintain CDC recognition, organizations must submit evaluation data every 6 months. These data include elements such as participant demographics, weight, and physical activity minutes. CDC will provide you with a report after every data submission that outlines your progress toward full recognition. CDC will send your organization a reminder 4 weeks before data are due.

More resources for program providers

Registry of All Recognized Organizations
View the list of CDC-recognized organizations offering the lifestyle change program.

CDC Recognition Program Standards and Operating Procedures
Read the standards and operating procedures that organizations must meet to receive CDC recognition for the lifestyle change program. Get the DPRP Standards in Spanish.

National DPP Coverage Toolkit
This online toolkit can help state Medicaid agencies, Medicaid managed care organizations, commercial health plans, and employers understand how to offer the National DPP lifestyle change program as a covered benefit for their beneficiaries/members/employees at high risk for type 2 diabetes.

AMA Diabetes Prevention Toolkit
These resources were developed by the American Medical Association (AMA) to help health care teams prevent type 2 diabetes by referring patients to a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program.

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About diabetes and prediabetes

National Diabetes Statistics Report
Find the most recent statistics about diabetes in the United States.

United States Diabetes Surveillance System
View national-, state-, and county-level maps detailing the burden of diabetes in the United States.

Diabetes State Burden Toolkit
Learn about the health, economic, and mortality burden of diabetes in your state.

Cost calculators

Diabetes Prevention Impact Toolkit
Use this toolkit to project the health and economic effects of the lifestyle change program on populations at risk for diabetes.

AMA DPP Cost Saving Calculator
Calculate your potential medical costs savings of providing the lifestyle change program as a covered benefit.