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Prevent Type 2 Diabetes: Cut Risk in Half | Proven Lifestyle Change Program | National Partnership Community-Based


1. About Prediabetes & Type 2 Diabetes

	homepage-About prediabetes graphicPrediabetes is a serious condition affecting 1 out of 3 American adults—that's 86 million people!


4. Testimonials from Participants

	homepage testimonials graphicHear from real people who benefited from a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program.


2. Research-Based Prevention Program

	homepage reserach based program graphicA CDC-recognized lifestyle change program is a proven way to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.


5. Find a Program

	homepage find a program graphicFind a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program near you, or join one of the online programs!  


3. Lifestyle Change Program Details

	homepage LCP details graphicLearn what to expect when joining a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program to prevent type 2 diabetes.


6. What Is the National DPP?

Six building representing the many partners in the National DPPLearn about this national partnership to prevent or delay type 2 diabetes in the United States.



Implement a Lifestyle Change Program


Thinking of offering a CDC-recognized lifestyle change program? Already offering one? Find what you need to start or sustain a program.


Screen & Refer Patients to a Lifestyle Change Program

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Screen your patients for prediabetes and refer them to a CDC-recognized diabetes prevention program.


Cover a Lifestyle Change Program as a Health Benefit

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Manage health care costs and improve the health of your employees or insured members by adding CDC-recognized diabetes prevention lifestyle change programs as a covered health benefit. More

Find Facts, Figures & Registry of Recognized Organizations

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Learn more about prediabetes, type 2 diabetes, and what the National DPP is doing to reduce the impact of these diseases for Americans everywhere.