The Pueblo of Acoma Special Diabetes Program of Indians (POA SDPI) is a critical service the Health and Wellness Department provides to the Acoma community. The services include person-centered care by Community Health Workers who help patients monitor several aspects of health that impact the health outcome of individuals with diabetes. Some of the services include: monitoring of glucose levels and BMI via home visits, garnering support of the public health nurse, as needed, and providing community members with diabetes education events that focus on nutrition, cooking and mental wellness. The Community Health Workers are supported by the Wellness staff who offer individualized training and exercise support through the POA fitness center. The Wellness staff also offer community fitness activities for the community including fun runs and community sporting events (softball, volleyball, Zumba classes, etc.). The POA SDPI program is essential as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and all activities and interventions will be approached from a holistic health perspective as we work to help the Acoma community achieve a better quality of life.