Indian Health Service The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives
Report to Congress
The Division of Diabetes has submitted several reports to Congress on the Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI) since Congress created the program in 1997. The current Report to Congress (2014) is available below. For those who are interested, previous reports (2011 and 2007) are also below.
The 2014 Report to Congress highlights the SDPI's ongoing and outstanding accomplishments in improving the quality of diabetes care and health outcomes for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people. As the 2014 report shows, SDPI programs are continuing to implement evidence-based interventions to treat and prevent diabetes in ways that significantly reduce the burden of diabetes and its complications for AI/AN people. In partnership with the Indian health system, the SDPI grantee sites have accomplished incredible outcomes that are contributing to a healthier future for the people and communities they serve.
For More Information
- SDPI FY 2016 Community-Directed Grant Programs [PDF – 400KB] – Lists 301 SDPI grant programs that received funding for FY 2016 to implement diabetes prevention and treatment interventions in AI/AN communities.
- IHS Newsroom Reports to Congress – Find more published IHS Reports to Congress on this webpage.