Special Diabetes Program for Indians
In response to the diabetes epidemic among American Indians and Alaska Natives, Congress established the SDPI grant programs in 1997. This $150 million annual grant program, coordinated by IHS Division of Diabetes with guidance from the Tribal Leaders Diabetes Committee, provides funds for diabetes treatment and prevention to IHS, Tribal, and Urban Indian health programs across the United States.
IHS Division of Diabetes Treatment and Prevention
August 6-9, 2019 | Cox Convention Center | Oklahoma City, OK
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Information, instructions, and documents for the required FY 2018 Annual Progress Report submission are now available. This report is due for SDPI Community-Directed grantees by March 31, 2019.
Check out and share this new video, produced in collaboration with ADA TV. It highlights SDPI and the remarkable improvements that are changing the course of diabetes in Indian Country. Dedicated to all SDPI grantees and featuring the Chickasaw Nation Diabetes Program, the video premiered at the 78th American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions in Orlando, FL, June 22–26, 2018. (Running time: 5:40)
See what the IHS Division of Diabetes has to offer for those who provide diabetes education. Find Guides for Diabetes Programs, Diabetes Prevention Program Toolkit, Program Spotlights, and more!
Join Barbara Mora (Paiute/Diné) as she takes you on her emotional journey with diabetes through a cultural perspective. This re-printed book is updated with stories and pictures, and is sure to be a favorite to share with friends and family. Order yours today!
Join the SDPI email list to receive updates on training opportunities, and resources related to diabetes prevention and treatment in American Indian/Alaska Native communities.