GREATER WATERBURY YMCA: Diabetes Prevention information provided by: United Way of Connecticut

Diabetes Prevention Program is a group-based wellness program designed especially for people at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The program goals include reducing and maintaining weight loss and increasing physical activity for participants. In a group setting, a trained lifestyle coach helps participants learn skills for healthier lifestyles by healthy eating, increasing physical activity and other behavior modifications. After the initial sessions, participants meet monthly for up to a year for added support in maintaining their lifestyle changes.


M-F: 5am-9pm; January-May: Sat: 7am-5pm; Sun: 7:30am-3:30pm; June-September: M-F: 5am-9pm; Sat: 7am-3:30pm; Sun: 7:30am-2:30pm

Area(s) Served:
CT - Litchfield County - Bethlehem; CT - Litchfield County - Thomaston; CT - Litchfield County - Watertown; CT - Litchfield County - Woodbury; CT - New Haven County - Beacon Falls; CT - New Haven County - Cheshire; CT - New Haven County - Middlebury; CT -

Set fee; Discount for YMCA members; UnitedHealthcare members should check with their employer for program availability, or contact the Diabetes Prevention and Control Alliance to confirm eligibility at 1-800-237-4942.

Application Process:
Call for more details and to see if you qualify for the program

Eligibility Requirements:
Individuals with a BMI of 25 or greater and who have two or more of the following risk factors or have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes Risk factors include: Blood pressure of 140/90 or higher, High cholesterol levels, Age 18 years and older, Fairly inact

Record last updated: Jan 2 2019 11:41AM
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