Thank you for your interest and efforts in joining the movement to stop diabetes.

Here here you can find tools and resources to help you increase awareness of the seriousness of diabetes in your communty.

Stay in touch with the American Diabetes Association:

Why do you want to Stop Diabetes?

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Did you Know?

The American Diabetes Association is the premier source of diabetes information.

Online Tools

In addition to the information available online, the Association also offers online tools for your use. Help your constituents learn about their risk, the foods they eat every day as well as their risk for type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

Diabetes Risk Test


My Health Advisor

National Call Center
The American Diabetes Association's National Call Center is a great resource for patients, caregivers, community members and health care providers.

Call 1-800-DIABETES (342-2383)
Email or
Chat online at

Inspire Others

The American Diabetes Association wants to know the kinds of activities your organization is doing in your community to stop diabetes. Share your stories and experiences with us so we can share them with others!

Make a Difference

Your time, resources, voice and dollars all make a difference. Learn how to Give to Stop Diabetes.

Join the Millions and help Stop Diabetes®.

Join the Million Challenge. Starting with American Diabetes Association Alert Daysm on March 22 through April 22nd, encourage the members of your community to understand their risk for developing type 2 diabetes. Visit to download the Diabetes Risk Test, the Stop Diabetes Community Leader Playbook and other support materials for Diabetes Alert Day and the Join the Million Challenge.

Ideas for Stop Diabetes Community Activities

Organize one of the American Diabetes Association's educational programs in your community.

Organize activities such as walking clubs, healthy cooking demonstrations, or others that send a Stop Diabetes message.

Organize community events that raise awareness about the seriousness of diabetes and people's risk for diabetes. Invite people to share their story about living with diabetes to help give a face to the disease.

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