The Lifestyle Program Training & Technical Assistance Center supports the delivery of evidence-based programming including Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (developed through Stanford University) and the National Diabetes Prevention Program (recognized by the CDC) throughout the North Country Region. This includes the training of Peer Leaders and Lifestyle Coaches. 

Through a collaborative effort, our partners have developed a network to deliver standardized programming throughout the North Country region. 

Partners currently serve the counties of St. Lawrence, St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, Franklin, Clinton, Essex, Warren, Washington, Hamilton, Jefferson, and Lewis. 

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Learn more about:

  • Chronic Disease Self Management Education opportunities in your community
  • National Diabetes Prevention Programs in your community
  • How to enroll in a program
  • Testimonials from participants
  • Who delivers these programs locally?
Chronic Disease Self-Management Education Provider

If you are a provider, we can help you connect your patients to these programs.  Visit this page to learn more about:

  • What is Chronic Disease Self Management Education?
  • What is National Diabetes Prevention Program?
  • How do I refer my patients to these programs?
  • What is available right now for my patients?
  • Review of local data relating to these programs
  • Feedback loop available for providers


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Delivery Partners in our region include local health care systems, community based organizations, local governments and more! Current delivery partners and those interested in becoming delivery partners can visit this page to learn about:

  • How to become a delivery partner
  • Calendar of trainings
  • What technical assistance looks like
  • What resources might a delivery partner need?
  • CDC recognition information
  • What is a Peer Leader and what is a Program Coordinator?
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