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Living healthy - chronic disease management
At Family Medicine, we want to help you live your healthiest life.

Living with a chronic disease can be difficult. Whether you or a loved one lives with the disease, we are here to help. Family Medicine offers free six-week Living Healthy Classes, led by trained facilitators. These classes help you develop action plans and healthy coping skills in a judgement free environment.

Due to COVID-19, classes are being offered virtually through Zoom.  See below for more information!

About the Class

The curriculum covers a number of topics including exercise, nutrition, stress management, and important questions to ask your doctor. This spring, we will have a series of classes at the Family Medicine Center and in Orange, Chatham and Alamance Counties. Each participant will receive a free book when they join the class, as well as an incentive for each chapter.

See for Yourself!

Still unsure if the class is right for you?  Take a moment to watch a video that details a few minutes of a typical class and shows what you might expect:

Living Healthy

You can also hear a past participant talk about their experiences with the class and what it did for her by clicking here:

Sign up today – we are offering classes virtually now!

Classes are usually offered throughout the year (mostly in the Spring and Fall), but due to the pandemic, we have moved to a virtual platform.  Please check this site to see when new class dates are set, or call 919-545-3440 to get that information.  You can also click this link to register online;

On the go?

Looking for a way to manage your chronic conditions on the go? Get this mobile app for your smart phone.

Brochures and more info

Select here to download our brochure in English, or in Espanol.

Living Healthy is modeled after Stanford University’s Chronic Disease Self-Management Program. To learn more about its development, visit the website here.

Classes also offered in Wake and Johnston counties:


Class Participant Resources