U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Health Program Resources & Toolkits

Improve the health of those in your community using our toolkits, planning guides, and campaign materials listed below by condition or disease area.
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Diabetes

 
Control Your Diabetes. For Life. Campaign
Includes tailored materials (copyright-free) and messages for the general audience and high-risk populations. Campaign materials include education materials, sample articles, and PSAs for radio, print and television.
 
Diabetes Resources for Businesses
Learn how to implement worksite wellness programs to improve the lives of your employees and lower the costs of health care and missed productivity for your company.
 
Diabetes Resources for Schools and Youth
Information about diabetes in children and teens as well as tools and resources to help them manage their diabetes.
 
Family Health History and Diabetes
Knowing your family health history is important because it gives you and your health care team information about your risk for type 2 diabetes and other health problems.
 
Managing Diabetes, it's not easy, but it's worth it
The Managing Diabetes campaign messages communicate the seriousness of diabetes, the importance of managing the disease to prevent or delay complications, the idea that managing diabetes is not easy but it is worth it, and the importance of making a plan.
 
Post Gestational Diabetes Mellitus Resources
Banners, PSAs, and other resources to raise awareness of the future health risks that women with a history of gestational diabetes face when it comes to diabetes.
 
Small Steps. Big Rewards. Prevent Type 2 Diabetes. Campaign
Campaign messages and materials for people at risk for diabetes, including those at high risk: African Americans, Hispanic and Latino Americans, Native Americans and Alaska Natives, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, women with a history of gestational diabetes and older adults.
 
The Road to Health Toolkit
Designed for African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos at risk for type 2 diabetes, this tool kit provides materials to start a community outreach program reinforcing the message that type 2 diabetes can be delayed or prevented.
 

Digestive Diseases

 
Bowel Control Awareness Campaign
Provides current, science-based information about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of bowel control problems to start the conversation and raise public awareness of fecal incontinence.
 

Kidney Disease

 
Family Reunion Health Guide
Provides family reunion planners with tools and materials to discuss kidney health with their family at reunions or at any family gathering.
 
Kidney Sundays
Provides faith-based organizations with tools and materials to discuss kidney health at their programs and events.
 
Kidney Materials for Community and Family Outreach
Fact sheets, toolkits, and brochures for the public about kidneys and related conditions.
 
Riñones, Tesoros (Kidneys, Treasures) Education Program for Community Health Workers
Provides community health workers (CHWs) or “promotores de salud” with bilingual tools and materials to educate Hispanics living with diabetes about kidney disease and kidney failure.
 

Weight-control, Nutrition, and Obesity

 
Be a Health Champion
Take charge of your health and inspire others to do the same with the 2014 Health Champion Outreach Packet.
 
Sisters Together
A national program designed to encourage black women ages 18 and older to maintain a healthy weight by becoming more physically active and eating healthier foods.
 
What's Your Next Move?
Share this infographic on Facebook and Twitter and help others understand how to reduce overweight and obesity among kids.