Curriculum for the National DPP Lifestyle Change Program

Thank you for inquiring about the CDC’s PreventT2 National Diabetes Prevention Program curriculum. For any other questions about the curricula, or to find out if additional translations are available, or will be available in the future, please contact the National DPP Customer Service Center by going to NationalDPPCSC.cdc.gov and selecting “Contact Us/Contact Support.”

CDC has also released the Discovery Session Facilitator’s Guide. The Discovery Session is a 60-minute introductory session (also known as Session Zero) designed to help CDC-recognized organizations recruit and enroll participants into the National DPP lifestyle change program.

To help provide further guidance to those delivering the National DPP lifestyle change program, the National DPP Customer Service Center released an updated guide on using Alternate Curricula for the National DPP Lifestyle Change Program. Newly developed curricula must be submitted, reviewed, and approved by CDC prior to use. In addition, organizations that develop supplemental materials for an already approved CDC curriculum must submit those for review and approval.

 


 

Leader and Participant Curriculum

The 2021 English and Spanish versions of PreventT2 are available below as well as on the CDC’s Customer Service Center. CDC has released a Curricula Update document that provides a high-level overview of the changes made to the English and Spanish PreventT2 curriculums as well as frequently asked questions. The PreventT2 Curricula Module Content Crosswalk provides a detailed by-module overview of the changes made to the 2021 English and Spanish curricula. These curricula were developed and cleared by CDC. Please note that the Chinese translation of the PreventT2 curriculum was reviewed and approved by CDC’s Multilingual Services team.

Materials are listed in alphabetical order by language:

The following translations of PreventT2 have been translated by the New York State Department of Health, but have not been cleared by CDC. All are acceptable to use.

Materials are listed in alphabetical order by language:

 

The following translation of PreventT2 has been translated by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, but has not been cleared by CDC. It is acceptable to use.

 

The following translation of PreventT2 has been translated by Chuuk Women’s Council and AAPCHO, but has not been cleared by CDC. It is acceptable to use.

 

The following translation of PreventT2 has been translated by Kosrae Community Health Center and AAPCHO, but has not been cleared by CDC. It is acceptable to use.

 

The following translation of PreventT2 has been translated by Kwajalein Diak Coalition and AAPCHO, but has not been cleared by CDC. It is acceptable to use.

 


 

Content Updated: August 21, 2022