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Ringing The Alarm On The African American Diabetes Epidemic

Help us, help African Americans impacted by diabetes to stay healthy!

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Our Mission

The African American Diabetes Association (AADA) is a national tax-exempt 501c3 nonprofit organization that seeks to educate African Americans and the general public about diabetes. We work to assist those impacted to manage and prevent diabetes (including type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes, and pre-diabetes). We provide support and resources to those affected by the disease, while advocating for policies that promote diabetes prevention and management. AADA is passionate, serious, and committed to diabetes prevention and educational programs that work to end diabetes and other health disparities. Learn More

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Improve Your Health, Improve Your Life

Improve Your Health, Improve Your Life ​ Join the African American Diabetes Association Today! Do you have pre-diabetes?

The African American Diabetes Association (AADA) is a national tax-exempt 501c3 nonprofit organization that seeks to educate African Americans and the general public about diabetes. You can make a Memorial Gift, In Memory of a loved one, someone you lost, or in honor of.

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Donate in the name of a Family Member

If you would like to establish a memorial in the name of a family member or friend, it would be a fitting way to honor a family member while supporting the African American Diabetes Association's work to ring the alarm about the epidemic of Diabetes in our communities. Make A Donation Today!

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Thank you @blackprwire BlackPR Wire and host Camry Brown for inviting our Co-Founder and CEO to participate in the "Thrivin In Color" Podcast as he discussed the challenges of Diabetes in the African American community and what needs to be done to address the challenges. 

Listen now on major platforms.

Links :

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0ZIH9MTion2Bqnhsc8JYAQ

Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../thrivin-in-color/id1675956066

AADA Individual Membership Application Form

AADA Chapter Leader Application Form

AADA 2023 National Diabetes Awareness Month Webinar Series

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AADA Community Education, Engagement, and Promotion of Diabetes Self-Management

Community Engagement, Chicago, IL.
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AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement, (Roxbury) Boston, MA
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
Community Engagement, Baltimore, MD
Community Engagement, Baltimore, MD
Community Engagement, Baltimore, MD
Community Engagement, Boston, MA
Community Engagement, Baltimore, MD
Community Engagement, Baltimore, MD
Community Engagement, Baltimore, MD
Community Engagement, Baltimore, MD
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AADA Community Engagement - Chicago, IL
AADA Community Engagement Chicago, IL.
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement, (Roxbury) Boston, MA
AADA Community Engagement Boston (Roxbury MA)
AADA Community Engagement, (Roxbury) Boston, MA
AADA Community Engagement, (Roxbury) Boston, MA
AADA Community Engagement, (Roxbury) Boston, MA
AADA Community Engagement, (Roxbury) Boston, MA
AADA Community Engagement, (Roxbury) Boston, MA
AADA Community Engagement Chicago, IL
AADA Community Engagement Chicago, IL
AADA Community Engagement Chicago, IL

AADA IN THE NEWS

$35 insulin caps just the tip of the needle for Black diabetes care

NY AMSTERDAM NEWS

Barbara King, Guest contributor

Barbara King, Co-Founder and Board Chair
USA TODAY
BAY STATE BANNER
Leon Rock, Co-Founder and CEO
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WATCH VIOLA DAVIS DISCUSS DIABETES

We welcome new partnerships 

Put your products, services, and knowledge in front of millions of African Americans impacted by diabetes who are looking to improve their healthcare outcomes. With the African American Diabetes Association (AADA) as your business partner, you will connect with a large and engaged community of  African Americans impacted by diabetes. You will also grow your business and advance the cause of addressing healthcare disparities with our targeted population. 

Please fill out this form  or send us an email and a member of our team will be in touch. 

Donate through Facebook on your birthday to the African American Diabetes Association. You’ll set a goal amount and create a custom message, and, on your birthday, your friends will receive a notification inviting them to donate to that cause. The fundraiser will end at midnight.

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HEALTH CARE DISCLAIMER: The African American Diabetes Association website and its services do not constitute the practice of medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always talk to your health care provider for diagnosis and treatment, including your specific medical needs. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem or condition, please contact a qualified health care professional immediately. If you are in the United States and experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or call for emergency medical help immediately.

African American Diabetes Association, Inc. 

Washington, DC Metro Area

10901 Rhode Island Avenue, # 1724, Beltsville, Maryland, 20704

 

Massachusetts

55 Roxbury Street, #191083, Roxbury, MA. 02119

Tel: 240-564-9040

Email: info@africanamericandiabetes.org

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