The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) aims to prevent individuals with prediabetes, or otherwise at high risk, from developing diabetes. Those who are already diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes do not qualify. However, we plan to offer a Diabetes Self-Management program in the near future.
The Fallbrook Regional Health District Lifestyle Change program is part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-led National Diabetes Prevention Program.
Download our one page program overview:DPP program overview.pdf
It's easy to refer to our Lifestyle Change program in one of two ways:
1. Complete the form below and print the informational flyer for your patient/client or add it to their after-visit summary.DPP Lifestyle Flyer.pdf
2. Download our Referral Form and return by FAX or email. Second page is an informational flyer for the patient.Lifestyle Change Physician Referral Form & patient flyer.pdf
FAX (760) 731-9131
Please check referred patients' A1c levels at teh time of referral, at 6 months into the progra, and upon completion of the program at 12 months. Please also provide the patients with a copy of these results. Their lifstyle coach will monitor their progress.