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Available Services for Diabetes as primary diagnosis for hospitalization

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) is an excellent resource for all types of information on diabetes. Call 1-800-DIABETES or visit their [http://www.diabetes.org website]. [https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/communication-programs/ndep The National Diabetes Education Program] has resources for diabetes management for professionals, businesses, and patients. Most materials are available upon request at no charge. [https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/prevention/index.html The National Diabetes Prevention Program] has resources for diabetes prevention for employers, insurers, health care professionals, program providers, and individuals. [https://dhhs.utah.gov/ The Utah Department of Health and Human Services] has a Health Resource hotline: 1-888-222-2542. Please call this number for information about self-management programs in Utah. The Healthy Environments Active Living (HEAL) Program website provides information on [https://heal.utah.gov/dsmes/ diabetes self-management classes]. [http://www.diabeteseducator.org Association of Diabetes Educators][[br]] 800-338-3633[[br]] Local Chapter Facebook Page: [https://www.facebook.com/aadeutah/] [http://www.heart.org American Heart Association][[br]] 1937 S. 300 W. #120[[br]] Salt Lake City, UT 84115[[br]] (801) 484-3838 or[[br]] 1-800-242-8721

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