Diabetes Self-Management Education Classes

Managing diabetes involves so much more than simply taking a pill. Our self-management classes explain how diabetes affects the body and what behavior and lifestyle changes can help keep it under control. Health educators who specialize in diabetes teach what diabetes is, how to monitor blood glucose, proper nutrition, exercise, medications, goal setting and stress management. Classes are offered as one full day or a series of four weekly sessions, and are taught in English or Spanish.

Wellness Ambassadors

Some participants of our Diabetes Education Program have shown exceptional results in their A1c levels by applying what they have learned in our classes to their everyday lives. Read how these Wellness Ambassadors have made their lives better by taking control of their diabetes.

Call 1-866-524-1408 to register.

Class Topics

  • What is Diabetes?
  • Blood glucose monitoring
  • Carbohydrate counting
  • Meal planning
  • How to read food labels
  • Medication and insulin administration
  • Preventing diabetes complications
  • Exercise

Class Locations

Corpus Christi

Education Service Center, Region 2
209 N. Water Street

Amistad Community Health Center
1533 S. Brownlee

Hector P. Garcia Memorial Family Health Center
2606 Hospital Blvd.


Cuero Community Hospital
2550 N. Esplanade
Education Room


Kleberg County Courthouse
700 E. Kleberg Ave.

Lake Jackson

CHI St. Luke's Health Brazosport
100 Medical Drive, Healthy Communities Annex Building


Victoria County Public Health Department
2805 N. Navarro St.

To Register

Please call 1-866-524-1408 or 361-561-8584.


Click one of the links below to download the pre-registration form for your class. After printing and completing the pre-registration form, please bring it with you to your first class or appointment or fax it to 361-561-8643.

One-Day Class Registration Form (English)

One-Day Class Registration Form (Español)

Gestational Diabetes Class Registration Form