Diabetes Health Education Program

Diabetes Education Program


For eligible members living with diabetes, join the Diabetes Education Program.

If you join, free information will arrive in your mailbox monthly! No classes to attend, just solid information including:

  • Guide to life with diabetes
  • Targeting hemoglobin A1C tool
  • Food and blood sugar newsletters
  • Healthy living and staying active ideas
  • Stress management tips
  • Delicious recipes
  • Travel and foot care guidelines
  • Understanding diabetes medicine brochure
  • Diabetes sick day plan
  • Eating out and special occasion plan
  • Foot note sticky pad
  • Lunch box
  • Diabetes care team and testing info
  • Smoking cessation resources
Health Resource List [pdf, 175 KB] — Comprehensive list of websites and telephone numbers to locate information and support regarding diabetes care and education.

Waived Deductible on Testing Supplies
Arkansas Blue Cross recognizes the benefits of routine blood sugar testing for people with diabetes. To encourage our members with diabetes to continue this important activity, we will waive the deductible for blood glucose testing supplies (lancets and testing strips) for Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield members who are currently, or were previously, enrolled in the adult Diabetes Education Program or the On The Level Youth Diabetes Program (for children and adolescents ages 17 and younger).

Here's how to join and get started on a plan for a healthier you!

Download the Member Enrollment Form [pdf, 108 KB] and return it in one of four ways:

  1. Fax to 501-378-6693
  2. Scan and email to HealthEducationTeam
  3. Mail to:
    Health Education Programs
    320 West Capitol Ave
    5th Floor
    Little Rock, AR 72206
  4. You also can call your nearest office locations and ask for a Registered Nurse case manager to discuss the program and receive assistance in enrolling in the Diabetes Education Program.

We hope you will join the Diabetes Education Program. Together, we can help you take better care of your health.

Health information and education from community and national resources follow the guidelines set forth by the American Diabetes Association.

Questions? Call the toll-free HEP Helpline at 1-800-686-2609.

Please note: The Diabetes Education Program is for health education purposes only. We do not offer medical advice or medical services. Always consult your treating physician(s) for any medical advice or services you may need. You, as a member, are responsible for selecting providers, services or products. Please check your member benefits for coverage of services. All information furnished by you is kept strictly confidential and only used to provide us with information necessary for participation in the Diabetes Education Program.