Diabetes Resources

Find the Support You Need: Diabetes Resources for Your Well-Being

Diabetes disproportionately impacts racial and ethnic minorities and low-income adult populations in the U.S. Marginalized and underserved communities like the Black, Latinx, Asian American and Pacific Islanders, disabled and LQBTQ+ communities may struggle to receive the education and resources they deserve due to unique barriers they face.

Barriers may include a lack of culturally-sensitive providers, living in food deserts, lack of accessible and affordable healthcare and technology, being uninsured or underinsured and an overall lack of diabetes management support.

Regardless of gender, race, education or socioeconomic background, everyone with diabetes deserves access to affordable resources and services they need. If you are a person from an underserved community that lives with diabetes, use this directory to find organizations to get tools and support.

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Roseman Dental

Roseman Dental provides high-quality, empathic, patient-centered care in a state-of-the-art clinic at costs that are half of what other practices charge. With a University and Dental School behind their practice,


The American Dental Association page has a search engine to help people find dentist in their area. Use this link to direct you to the website.

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Dr. Adam Hiné, DDS
Pediatric Dentistry
Kids Town: Pediatric Dentistry
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Compass Counseling & Consulting
A therapy practice in the SLC area that is a valuable resource for those with diabetes
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Staying Healthy with Nutrition
The African American Diabetes Association provides several healthy recipes to implement into your diet