Healthcare for Diabetes & Pre-diabetes



Salud-y-Vida (Diabetes Program)

We want to help out participants who have already developed diabetes to manage the disease and prevent it from controlling their lives. This program includes nutrition classes, cooking classes, aerobics classes, mother and child competitive aerobics, walking club, one and three mile runs, zumbathon, male support groups, formal diabetes classes, and laboratory testing. Proyecto Juan Diego is accredited by the ADEA (American Diabetes Educators Association) and has a master trainer in the D.E.E.P. program.

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Group Lifestyle Balance (Diabetes Prevention Program)

A local collective impact project with Unidos contra la diabetes. The goal of this program is to assist those living with a risk of developing diabetes to make lifestyle changes that can prevent or greatly delay the onset of diabetes. We encourage employers to implement this program into their organization for the well-being of their employees.



In-Home Prevention Program

Promotoras de Salud (Community Health Workers), conduct small group meetings in participant homes to provide health education. Our community health workers are prepared to cover more than 81 health topics in a manner tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals and families. Workers are able to make referrals and to learn about additional needs of the community.


Group Exercise Classes

Offered Monday thru Friday from 8:00am-9:00am and evenings from 5:30pm-6:30pm Monday thru Thursday at San Felipe de Jesus Parish Hall.