Diabetes Information

Welcome to the Greene County Diabetes support site. Here you will find news and information about diabetes and healthy weight management.


Contact us with questions, ideas, or suggestions about how you manage your diabetes.

Fall 2014 Dinging with Diabetes Brochure/Registration

"Dining with Diabetes" is a program designed for people with diabetes and their family members. This class is offered in three sessions that meet once a week. Class activities include learning about appropriate food choices, preparation of diabetic friendly fare, and tasting of healthy foods. A reunion is offered three months after the last class to further support dietary changes. People with diabetes and their family members, caregivers, and support persons can enroll in "Dining with Diabetes." A physician referral is not necessary. Click on the link above to print a registration form. Call 937-372-9971 (ext.116) to register.


These are links to other programs and organizations you might find helpful in managing your health.

American Diabetes Association http://www.diabetes.org

Central Ohio Diabetes Association http://www.diabetesohio.org

Diabetes Association of Dayton Area http://www.diabetesdayton.org


Local Support Groups

Diabetes Association Dayton Area (DADA)


Chow Line is a column that focuses on nutrition and other health related matters.  

Make food safety your tailgate goal (10/13)

Limiting sodium a good idea for most (9/13)

A new definition for 'gluten-free' (9/13)

Get moving, for a lot of reasons (9/13)

Follow produce safety guidelines (8/13)

Dietitians offer guidance on apps (8/13)

Keep spreading word on food safety (7/13)

Watermelon tasty, nutritious (6/2013) 

Healthy eating tips the easy way (6/7/13)

How to evaluate online nutrition info. (5/17/13)

Eat healthfully when dining out (5/10/13)

Try new greens for your salad (4/26/13)

Boost health with more fiber (4/19/13)

Know how many calories you should need (3/15/13)

Watch sugar intake over the holidays (12/14/12)




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