San Francisco, California
Of the nearly 30 million Americans living with diabetes, more than 3.8 million are in California. That's 13.1% of the Golden State's adult population, significantly higher than the national average of 9.2%.
The American Diabetes Association's San Francisco Bay Area office is committed to educating all Californians about ways they can live healthier lives and support friends and loved ones living with diabetes.
Join us at one of our many events or programs throughout the year to learn about diabetes prevention and management and ways you can help stop diabetes.
Join as we salute the 30 million Americans with diabetes — as well as their loved ones — to raise awareness and to create a sense of urgency about this growing public health crisis. The campaign invites people to submit their own stories to capture the authenticity of those who understand this disease best. We invite the diverse diabetes community to stand up and declare “This Is Diabetes"™. For more information, visit us at diabetes.org/adm or join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #ThisIsDiabetes.
Stop Diabetes at Work
The American Diabetes Association's Winning at Work: Detecting, Preventing and Managing Diabetes for a Healthy Workplace program provides companies the resources employees need to live healthier lives – whether they are working to prevent diabetes or to manage diabetes if they have already been diagnosed.
Become a Diabetes Advocate!
What you say matters! The Association works to improve access to quality care, eliminate discrimination against adults and children because of their diabetes in schools and the workplace, and works to make sure the federal government is adequately funding diabetes research and programs. Become a diabetes advocate and make your voice heard! Receive action alerts on legislation that affects people with diabetes.
Sign up at diabetes.org/advocacy.
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.