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Diabetes Prevention Program

Take Charge of Your Health

The Diabetes Prevention Program at North Valley Hospital is a diabetes prevention course, weight loss and exercise program to help you become a healthier you.

The 12-month individualized lifestyle change program includes:
  • Healthy eating and increased physical activity
  • Support from certified lifestyle coaches
  • Short-term membership to The Wave and group personal training
  • Accountability and encouraging, supportive atmosphere
  • Helpful incentives throughout the program

Diabetes Prevention Program

Join us for the National Diabetes Prevention Program: A year-long lifestyle change program focused on nutrition, movement, and changing habits to improve success. 
  • Taught by registered dietitian and certified wellness coach
  • Research based curriculum and evidence based program
  • Learn to eat healthy food without giving up foods you love
  • Learn ways to add physical activity into your busy schedule
  • Learn ways to cope with challenges like how to choose healthy foods when traveling and eating out
  • Free enrollment into Walk with Ease program for increased accountability and activity
  • Mondays from 5:30–6:30 PM; in the Glacier Room at NVH
  • Physician referral is required Cost $150 with $50 refund depending on participation
Diabetes Prevention Program Information

Cost and Registration

Program cost is $150. Scholarships are available. Participants will be refunded $50 returned based on attendance. The program is funded through the Montana Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes Prevention grant. Learn more about the Montana Diabetes Prevention Program. Join us for an informational session on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. in the Glacier Conference Room at North Valley Hospital.

Start Date: Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Deadline To Register: January 31, 2020
Physician referral is required. 

Call (406) 863-3519 to learn more.