CDC Diabetes Prevention Program

CDC National Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP)

A lifestyle change program to help participants prevent type 2 diabetes.

Eligibility

  • A BMI of 25
  • and one of the following:
    • A history of gestational diabetes
    • An A1C of 5.7-6.4
    • A risk test score of 5 or higher (take the risk test to learn your score)
  • Must be 18 years or older

How to Apply

Please complete the Lifestyle Change Participant Form. Completing the form does not guarantee program enrollment.

Additional Information

The Choctaw Nation Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) is a year-long program. The program is group based with up to 12 people in a group and one lifestyle coach to guide and support participants throughout the program. The lifestyle change program is conducted via WebEx, a virtual meeting platform allowing more flexibility for participants with in person cohorts coming soon in various locations. In this program, participants will learn how to eat healthier in a realistic manner that fits individual needs, how to increase physical activity level and how to manage the stress of everyday life. Participants will set goals, and with the help of a lifestyle coach and group support, reach individual goals and be able to maintain them for a lifetime.

Sessions will be held once a week for 16 weeks, then twice a month for two months, and finally once a month for six months until the year is completed. This program is not intended for those who already have diabetes. If you do have a diagnosis of diabetes and want help making lifestyle changes, contact your local clinic and speak with the Diabetes Educator.

Class Schedules

Instructor: Lee Ann Sherrill
I have been a lifestyle coach for the National Diabetes Prevention Program since 2012 and a Master Trainer since 2018. I started my career with Choctaw Nation in 2001 as Diabetes Educator and became a Certified Diabetes Educator in 2004. I believe small lifestyle changes can delay or prevent diabetes, keeping Choctaw Nation families and community members strong and healthy.

2023

  • Jan. 11
  • Jan. 18
  • Jan. 25
  • Feb. 8
  • Feb. 15
  • Feb. 22
  • Mar. 8
  • Mar. 15
  • Mar. 22
  • Mar. 29
  • Apr. 5
  • Apr. 19
  • May 10
  • May 24
  • Jun. 7
  • Jun. 21
  • Jul. 12
  • Jul. 26
  • Aug. 15
  • Sep. 20
  • Oct. 18
  • Nov. 15
  • Dec. 13

Instructor: Annette Choate, RN, CDE

2023

  • Jan. 19
  • Jan. 26
  • Feb. 2
  • Feb. 9
  • Feb. 16
  • Feb. 23
  • March 2
  • March 9
  • March 16
  • March 23
  • March 30
  • April 6
  • April 20
  • May 4
  • May 18
  • June 1
  • June 15
  • July 6
  • Aug. 3
  • Sept. 7
  • Oct. 5
  • Nov. 2
  • Dec. 7

Instructor: Mary Ayn Tullier
I am a new lifestyle coach for the National Diabetes Prevention Program. I am not new to helping people get healthy! I started my career with the Choctaw Nation in 2002 as a staff nurse. I was blessed to experience many aspects of our Health organization with positions such as a project manager, clinical research coordinator, involvement with the Healthy Marriage/Healthy Kids project, and positions in Behavioral Health. I am excited to involved in this program and ready to help you get and stay health!

2023

  • Jan. 12
  • Jan. 19
  • Jan. 26
  • Feb. 2
  • Feb. 9
  • Feb. 16
  • Feb. 23
  • Mar. 2
  • Mar. 9
  • Mar. 23
  • Mar. 30
  • Apr. 6
  • Apr. 20
  • May 4
  • May 18
  • Jun. 1
  • Jun. 15
  • Jul. 13
  • Aug. 17
  • Sep. 14
  • Oct. 19
  • Nov. 16
  • Dec. 14

Muskogee Creek Nation –¬†Various Times and Instructors

2022

  • Dec. 7
  • Dec. 14
  • Dec. 21
  • Dec. 28

2023

  • Jan. 4
  • Jan. 11
  • Jan. 18
  • Feb. 1
  • Mar. 1
  • Apr. 5
  • May 3
  • Jun. 7
  • Jul. 5
  • Aug. 2
  • Sep. 6

Contact Information

Location

Diabetes Wellness Center - Talihina

Diabetes Wellness Center
One Choctaw Way
Talihina, OK 74571
918-567-7000

Directions