National Diabetes Prevention Program: Preventing or Delaying Type 2 Diabetes Among People at High Risk
About the Program
CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation funded national organizations to scale and sustain multistate networks to deliver the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) lifestyle change program in communities nationwide. Funding for the cooperative agreement was allocated based on the organizations’ capacity to reach large numbers of people at risk in multiple states, while working to also obtain benefit coverage from employers and insurers.
This 5-year cooperative agreement, which began in September 2012, funded 6 national organizations to implement strategies supporting each of the 4 components of the National DPP.
|Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program (Quality Assurance)||
|National Network of Program Delivery Sites Sustained Through Health Benefit Coverage||
|Participant Engagement and Referral||