The Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI) Community-Directed Diabetes Programs:
- Provides grants to 338 IHS, Tribal, and Urban Indian health programs in 35 states to implement diabetes treatment and prevention services.
- Focuses on effective evidence-based intervention strategies using the Indian Health Diabetes Best Practices.
- Uses a broad, community-based public health approach to diabetes treatment and prevention for American Indian and Alaska Native people.
- Identifies and develops services and activities that address their own specific local concerns and needs.
Tribal Leaders Diabetes Committee - Directory, Charter, Fact Sheet, and recent SDPI-related Tribal Leader Letters are available here.
2011 Report to Congress – View a copy of the 2011 Report to Congress: Making Progress Toward a Healthier Future.
SDPI Community-Directed Fact Sheets – Downloadable fact sheets can be used to inform Tribal Leaders and community members.
SDPI Community-Directed Grant Program Hub - Resources towards the grant application, reporting, and training can be found here.