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Lifting up those with diabetes from the darkness of fear into the light of hope.

Diabetes Support Services


Is learning to cope with diabetes a problem?
Over 60% of newly diagnosed diabetics receive   no education whatsoever!

Please navigate our site to learn about our support group meetings, the services we offer and how to cope with a diagnosis of diabetes

register for our mailing list and updates on the latest diabetes information.

That’s why we do what we do every day.

We provide trusted information to the

uninsured, underinsured and uneducated through our


support group meetings … and more.




… that’s a problem.

*2017 CDC Statistics

One out of every three babies

(one out of two babies of color) will become diabetic in their lifetime ... if conditions don’t change.

… that’s a problem.

Education improves those odds!!

Every 17 seconds

someone, somewhere

hears the words ...

“You have diabetes.”

… that’s a problem.

An Internet search  using the word “diabetes” yields over 527 million web site options - where would someone looking for information begin? And which sites can they trust?

… that’s a problem.

We educate.

Is diabetes really a problem?

The coronavirus pandemic has closed our diabetes education classes for the time being. To help those in need of food, our conference room has been temporarily converted to a food pantry. If you are in need of help, please call the pantry numbers on the Food Pantry page on this site. Diabetes can be greatly effected by stress as well as any type of infection in the body. We will provide safe one-on-one or phone consultations if you are seeking guidance in handling your disease. Whether it’s in conjunction with what is going on in our world today, diabetes- or coping-wise, please call to be connected with one of our counselors for a free consultation. 503-585-1335

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