Manage Diabetes

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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

Do Well, Be Well with Diabetes

An online type 2 diabetes course designed to teach individuals how to manage diabetes through interactive lessons on food, self-care, and medications. The course is available for 1 year access after purchase.

Location:

Online Only

Cost:

$30

ENG/SPA: English only

virtual/in-person: Online Course

Centro San Vicente

Diabetes Education Empowerment Program

This is a 6-week program that provides information on high blood pressure, cholesterol, exercise and diabetes management.

ENG/SPA: both

virtual/in-person: virtual

Kelly Center for Hunger Relief

FreshStart

Addresses the underlying causes of hunger by building long-term food security, and self-sufficiency through case management and coaching.

ENG/SPA: both

virtual/in-person: both

New Mexico State University

On the Road to Living Well with Diabetes

A prevention and management program that helps individuals at risk or with diabetes by providing education on important tests, eating right and being physically active.

Location:

Las Cruces, NM

ENG/SPA: both

virtual/in-person: both

Southern New Mexico Diabetes Outreach

Provides diabetes classes, educational support groups and other local screenings directly to the people of southern New Mexico.

ENG/SPA: both

virtual/in-person: virtual

The University of Texas at El Paso

The Diabetes Garage

A free diabetes management program for men and their families that use auto maintenance comparisons to explain diabetes.

ENG/SPA: both

virtual/in-person: Virtual

Ysleta del Sur Pueblo

Harvesting Healthy Traditions

This program not only helps individuals learn to plant, grow, and harvest fresh fruits and vegetables, but provides physical activity opportunities.

ENG/SPA: both

virtual/in-person: both

Program is open for American Indians/Alaska Natives (Indian Health Services eligibility criteria may apply).

Ysleta del Sur Pueblo

Do Well Be Well with Diabetes®

An education service for individuals and families seeking support to adapt diabetes management as a family.

ENG/SPA: both

virtual/in-person: in-person

Program is open for American Indians/Alaska Natives (Indian Health Services eligibility criteria may apply).

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