About DPCPThe Massachusetts Diabetes Prevention and Control Program is a statewide program funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Diabetes Prevention and Control Program designs, implements, and evaluates public health prevention and control strategies to reduce disability and death due to diabetes and its complications.
The program has two major goals:
• Improve the public's access to affordable, high-quality diabetes care and services, especially for populations at high-risk.
• Educate the public and health professionals on how to prevent and manage diabetes.
- The DPCP is a population-based public health program responsible for designing, implementing, and evaluating public health prevention and control strategies to reduce disability and death related to diabetes and its complications. The program was established in 1990 and is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Information about Diabetes
- Clinical Guidelines
- Diabetes Facts and Figures
- Diabetes Materials and Media Campaigns
Diabetes Prevention and Control Program
Bureau of Community Health Access and Promotion
250 Washington Street, 4th Floor
Boston, MA 02108