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Organizational Programming



DASH runs diabetes education activities throughout the year to ensure consistent and robust growth of positive diabetes identities. Each activity includes some type of sports and physical component that is connected to our culturally competent DASH curriculum. Details of our programs are categorized below.


For All Youth 6-18 and especially those with or affected by diabetes:


DASH Camps (2012-Current)

West Oakland Diabetes and Basketball Education Program (2016)

West Oakland’s Cooking Up Life Change (Future)

East Oakland Boxing Association’s Diabetes Awareness Events (2015-Current)

DASH School Clinics (2014-Current)

DASH Mentoring at Diabetes Clinics (2011-Current)


For All Young Adults, Volunteers and Medical Professionals:


Volunteering (2012-Current)

DASH Educator Training (2015-Current)


For Adults, Parents and Family Members living with or affected by diabetes:


West Oakland Adult Livabetes Workshops (2014-Current)

Parent Panel and Small Group Discussions (2012-Current)

DASH Guest Speakers (2010-Current)

The Parent Video Project (Future)


For the Community in the SF Bay Area:


Friday Nights Live Violence Prevention Program (2013-Current)

DASH Jubilee (2014-Current)

Juneteenth (2013-Current)

Collaborative Diabetes Events (2006-Current)


For the International Community:


A Diabetes Education Program in Bali, Indonesia (2013-2015)

Young Leaders in Diabetes Program (2013-Current)

The DASH Globe (Future)

The Global Diabetes Challenge (Future)




The Buzz Blog

Instagram, Facebook, Twitter



Diabetes Identity Assessments