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Diabetes Prevention and Control Program

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275 E. Main St.
Frankfort, KY 40621
(502) 564-7996

The Diabetes Prevention and Control Program is a population-based public health initiative consisting of a network of state, regional and local health professionals whose mission is to reduce new cases of diabetes as well as the sickness, disability and death associated with diabetes and its complications.

Need Kentucky Diabetes Resources?

The searchable Diabetes Resources Directory offers diabetes resources to locate classes, support groups and coalitions by county and surrounding area. In addition, the directory contains direct links to sites that list diabetes specialists and educators by location.

General Information

For people with diabetes, prediabetes or at risk for developing diabetes, click here for more information.

Kentucky National Diabetes Prevention Programs

The National Diabetes Prevention Program led by CDC incorporates lifestyle changes which are proven to prevent type 2 diabetes.

Organizations offering the CDC recognized DPP program in Kentucky are listed in the resources below:

Kentucky Diabetes Self Management Education and Support Programs

Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES) can help you learn how to manage your diabetes as part of your daily life.  DSMES has been proven to:

• Improve blood sugar control leading to a decreased risk for diabetes complications
• Increase self-confidence about taking care of your diabetes
• Increase healthy eating and physical activity
• Improve quality of life

An accredited or recognized program means that the program has met national quality standards for DSMES.

Accredited and recognized DSMES programs in Kentucky are listed in the resource below:


Last Updated 1/29/2018