Do you have pre-diabetes? Are you at risk for developing Type 2 Diabetes, and are ready to make small changes towards a healthier lifestyle? Register today for our next DPP class!
How it Works - This year-long program consisting of 26 one hour-long virtual sessions offers a Trained Lifestyle Coach who will guide you on weight loss, increasing your physical activity and making small lifestyle changes that are proven to reduce the development of diabetes. You will learn strategies for health eating, increasing physical activity, and losing weight.
Class begins August 16, 2022
This program is covered by Medicare and most insurances. For more information or to register, https://ndc3.org/Classes/Register/282 or call Janet Wanek, Registered Dietitian at 7018734445.
“There is no health without mental health; mental health is too important to be left to the professionals alone, and mental health is everyone’s business.” -Vikram Patel
Tammie Alexander, I.M.P.A.C.T. Program Coordinator at Coal Country Community Health Center discusses the importance of mental health and the benefits of the I.M.P.A.C.T. Program at CCCHC.
Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those in recovery! This observance reinforces the positive message that behavioral health is essential to overall health, prevention works, treatment is effective, and people can and do recover. Join us in Beulah and Killdeer!
Colorectal cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in both men and women in the United States. Combined, it’s estimated there will be more than 150,000 new cases of colon and rectal cancer reported in the U.S. in 2022 alone. Colorectal polyps and colorectal cancer don’t always cause symptoms, especially at first. That’s why getting screened is so important. With early screening and testing, it is preventable, treatable, and beatable! The CDC updated recommendations to begin screening for colon cancer starting at age 45. This March during Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, we encourage you and your loved ones to be aware of risk factors and get screened.