All evidence-based programs available through Paths to Health NM: Tools for Healthier Living are peer-led. Interested individuals from New Mexico are invited to become facilitators – either Lifestyle Coaches or Workshop Leaders. Training is available for all programs. The commitment for being a Workshop Leader or Lifestyle Coach also includes ongoing technical assistance communications with New Mexico Department of Health staff, master trainers and other peer facilitators.

For more information about becoming a Lifestyle Coach for the National Diabetes Prevention Program, visit this page.

For more information about becoming a Workshop Leader for a Chronic Disease Self-Management Education Program, visit this page.