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Community Health & Outreach

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View program guides, toolkits, and health fair materials on weight management, diabetes, kidney disease, and other topics to use in your community.

Program Guides and Toolkits

Family Reunion Kidney Health Guide
A family reunion is a great opportunity to promote family health. Use this guide to share information about kidney disease risk factors, testing, and treatment.

Kidney Sundays: A Toolkit
African American faith-based organizations are encouraged to use this toolkit to promote kidney health at their services, programs, and events.

Sisters Together: Move More, Eat Better Program Guide
Through Sisters Together, black women ages 18 and older are encouraged to reach and maintain a healthy weight by being more physically active and making healthier food choices. Anyone who sees a need in his or her community can start a Sisters Together program. This guide outlines six steps to help you get started.

Materials for Your Health Fair or Event

View NIDDK’s science-based, patient-friendly, and consumer-friendly fact sheets to hand out at health fairs and community events. Each publication is in English and Spanish and provides links to additional information on NIDDK’s web pages.

View Images From the Media Library

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A searchable database of copyright-free images available to the public at no cost.

Health Observances

Enhance the reach of your health-promotion activities with NIDDK resources to coincide with health awareness observances.

Healthy Moments Radio

Tune in to your health: Healthy Moments

One-minute tips on living a healthy lifestyle featuring Dr. Griffin Rodgers, Director of NIDDK.

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