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The CDAPP Sweet Success Resource and Training Center develops educational resources for both providers and pregnant women with diabetes. Experts in diabetes and diabetes during pregnancy are consulted to ensure that the content and information provided is accurate.  However, none of these materials or information is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

Professional resources include a series of webinars and the CDAPP Sweet Success Guidelines for Care which were updated and published in September 2015. 

Patient materials showcase low/non literate menu plans in various languages, a record book, psychosocial brochures and more. All materials are  designed to be culturally and linguistically appropriate.

Free Patient Education Material

Free Provider/Professional Materials

Useful Links

Copyright Information

The materials on this website (brochures, food guides, pocket guides etc.) may be reproduced and disseminated in any media in its original format, without modification, for informational, educational and non-commercial purposes only. A nominal sum to cover costs of reproduction and distribution can be assessed.  Any modification or use of the materials in any derivative work is prohibited without prior permission of the California Department of Public Health; Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health Division.

This material is here to help you manage your gestational diabetes.  You may download and/or print as needed.  However, this material is copyrighted and should not be modified in any manner.  Unless otherwise specified, all documents in this section are PDFs.

None of these materials are meant to take the place of professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

How to Contact Us

CDAPP Sweet Success Resource & Training Center
Office line: 714-921-9755

email CDAPP Sweet Success (

Funding is provided by Federal Title V Block Grant Funds through the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Center for Family Health (CFH), Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) Division.