Taking Control of Your Health Workshops
Servicios Latinos de Burlington County conducts several Chronic Disease Self-Management workshops and Diabetes Self-Management Program workshops throughout the year according to demand.
These workshops are designed by Stanford University (Stanford University School of Medicine, Patient Education in the Dept. of Medicine) but thanks to our sponsors we can offer them for free. For dates and hours contact us.
Free "CDSMP” and "DSMP" Workshops!
(CDSMP, means Chronic Disease Self Management Program)
(DSMP means Diabetes Self Management Program)
THESE WORKSHOP WILL BE CONDUCTED IN SPANISH.
If you answer YES to just one of these questions- then you just may benefit from one of our workshops.
Do you want to reduce the risk of developing a disease or improve your health?
Do you want to increase years of life?
Do you want a better report from your doctor?
Do you want to lose weight without dieting?
Attend one of our CDSMP workshops and learn how to manage your chronic disease.
Topics to Discuss
Formula for a healthy meal plan
Handling difficult emotions
Preventing or delaying complications
Physical activity and exercise
Management of pain and fatigue
Introduction to action plans
Seating is limited, so sign up as soon as possible!
For more information on how this workshop may change your life for the better, visit:
Diabetes and Health Management
Servicios Latinos de Burlington County has case workers that can assist you to navigate the health system of New Jersey. We can help you with interpreting your doctor's notices or letters; fill-out forms (medical, insurance, social security, etc.); schedule appointments and assist you in follow-up on your particular issues. We also conduct two health fairs throughout the year. For dates and hours contact us.
Diabetes Risk Test
Could you have diabetes and not know it?
There are 25.8 million children and adults in the U.S. with diabetes – and nearly one-third of them (or 7 million people) do not know!
If you belong to one of these ethnic groups, you need to pay close attention to your health, since diabetes is more common in:
Take this test to find out if you are at risk of having or developing type 2 diabetes.
Once you have your risk test results, you can contact us for assistance.
Health equity for all. Find out more…
New Jersey Health Department -
Information about Diabetes -