The target (25%) for this performance measures was not met. This was mainly due to a significant delay with the FY18 contract with the Diabetes Prevention and Control Program’s referral and data system contractor, the Consortium for Older Adult Wellness. The Consortium for Older Adult Wellness resumed operations in late February 2018. Low numbers of National Diabetes Prevention Program delivery sites throughout the state continues to be a contributing factor in not meeting the target. The Diabetes Prevention and Control Program worked with HealthInsight New Mexico and the American Association of Diabetes Educators to leverage resources and coordinate efforts to further build the infrastructure and a trained workforce to support increasing access to, and participation in, the National Diabetes Prevention Program. Both organizations were awarded funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to build capacity to support the delivery of the National Diabetes Prevention Program in rural communities. The Diabetes Prevention and Control Program continued to collaborate with the New Mexico Medical Society to educate health care professionals about best practices and resources to assist with screening, testing and referral of patients with prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. Two articles were published in their newsletter to provide information to their members about Paths to Health New Mexico and the process for making referrals through this statewide initiative and, to highlight the partnerships with HealthInsight New Mexico and the American Association of Diabetes Educators to scale and sustain the National Diabetes Prevention Program. Three new National Diabetes Prevention Program delivery sites, Nor-Lea Medical District, the Solution Group, and Bernalillo County Cooperative Extension Services, were established and registered through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program. And last, finalization of the Diabetes Prevention Action plan was completed in FY18.