Facts about Diabetes and Prediabetes
Find the most recent statistics about diabetes in the United States.
Learn current information on the status of diabetes and prediabetes in the United States.
View national-, state-, and county-level maps detailing the burden of diabetes in the United States.
Learn about the health, economic, and mortality burden of diabetes in your state.
Lifestyle Change Program Resources
View the list of organizations offering CDC-recognized lifestyle change programs.
Read the standards and operating procedures that organizations must meet to receive CDC recognition for their lifestyle change program.
Use this tool to project the health and economic effects of CDC-recognized lifestyle change programs on populations at risk for diabetes.
Calculate your potential medical costs savings from providing CDC-recognized lifestyle change programs as a covered benefit.
Information for Lifestyle Change Program Providers
Learn detailed information about implementing a lifestyle change program.
View and download the CDC-developed PreventT2 Curriculum and accompanying handouts, available in English or Spanish.
Use these tools and guidance to help recruit participants, encourage health care professionals to refer eligible patients to your program, and engage local employers and insurers in dialog about offering CDC-recognized lifestyle change programs as a covered health benefit.
This web-based tool helps motivate participants in lifestyle change programs to stay on track, stick with the program, and reach their health goals.
Information for Health Care Providers
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.
Access the “Rx for the National Diabetes Prevention Program: Action Guide for Community Pharmacists,” which is designed to help community pharmacists and members of the pharmacy workforce reach people at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes who could benefit from the National DPP lifestyle change program.
See success stories from past participants of CDC-recognized lifestyle change programs.