NDC3 is helping communities across North Dakota create a culture of health, where prevention and wellness are the norm. Our programs give you the tools you need to take control of your own health and manage in a way that works best for you and your life. NDC3 programs provide education, fitness instruction, and self-care strategies for participants; they do not replace clinical care provided by doctors, nurses and other medical professionals. Our evidence-based programs help people across the state experience improved wellness and quality of life.
Evidence-based programs are developed and verified by researchers to promote self-management of chronic health conditions (such as diabetes and chronic pain), prevent falls, and foster individual well-being. NDC3 offers evidence-based programs for:
NDC3 partnerships ensure the quality, coordination and local delivery of NDC3 programs. Our partners include healthcare providers, health systems, housing providers, and community based organizations, all dedicated to improving the health of the communities we serve — together.
For information about NDC3 partnership, contact us.
Click here to view a complete listing of NDC3’s Provider Partners. Please contact your provider organization to register as a provider. For questions please contact us.
If your organization offers one, some, or all of the evidence-based programs described on our Programs page, and you would like to join the NDC3 provider network, click below.
NDC3.org is a one-stop, virtual infrastructure for NDC3 partner organizations, supporting the development, delivery, management and monitoring of NDC3 programs.
Interested in being a part of transformative healthcare culture change in North Dakota?> For information or to get involved, contact NDC3.
“NDC3” represents the very best of what we have created: a health promotion and wellness approach that improves the lives of North Dakotans. NDC3 is a shortened version of the North Dakota Community Clinical Collaborative. NDC3 represents the connection between the community and health outcomes. It takes collaboration at the community level to offer NDC3 programs that will improve the lives of North Dakotans.