Albany & Central New York
Did you know that here in New York an estimated 2 million people, or 12.5% of the population now have diabetes. Of these, 517,000 of them have diabetes and simply do not know it. In addition, 5,412,000 people in New York, or a staggering 36.2% of the population, have prediabetes. Every year an estimated 66,000 people in New York are diagnosed with diabetes. It is our mission to educate those living with diabetes and prediabetes as well as to prevent more New Yorkers from getting diabetes.
That is why the American Diabetes Association's Albany & Central New York office is so committed to educating the public about how to stop diabetes and support those living with the disease.
We are here to help!
The Albany & Central New York office serves the areas of Albany and Syracuse.
Become a Diabetes Advocate!
Life isn't fair for people with diabetes. First, there is the simple fact of coping with a chronic illness. Second, there are the barriers that prevent people with diabetes from enjoying the same opportunities at the rest of the population. Our Advocacy efforts work to bring down the barriers and fund critical diabetes research. Take action and become a Diabetes Advocate today!
Living with Type 2 Diabetes
Recently diagnosed? Let the American Diabetes Association guide you during your first year with five informational packets to help you learn to live well with diabetes. Enroll in the free Living with Type 2 Diabetes Program.
Wellness Lives Here
Wellness Lives Here will educate and motivate people to adopt healthful habits to reduce the impact of obesity and type 2 diabetes in this country. For some, it will mean fewer sick days and higher productivity. For others, it will mean looking and feeling better. For everyone, the result will be more empowered Americans who are better able to control, delay or stop diabetes and related health problems.
For more information, please contact Laura Greenaway at email@example.com
Volunteer With Us
Your involvement as an American Diabetes Association volunteer—whether on a local or national level—will help improve lives of everyone impacted by diabetes, maybe even someone close to you. There are many ways for you to get involved—a little time can have a big impact.