Arizona & New Mexico

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Local Office
Arizona & New Mexico

Arizonans and New Mexicans are increasingly feelings the effects of diabetes as over 736,000 people in Arizona and 237,000 people in New Mexico are diagnosed with diabetes, and many others may have diabetes and not know it!

Our American Diabetes Association® (ADA) Arizona and New Mexico Office located in Phoenix, Arizona is committed to educating the public about how to prevent and manage diabetes and support those living with diabetes.


Arizona & New Mexico
P.O. Box 7023
Merrifield, Virginia 22116-7023
adunn@diabetes.org


Contact Us

Aaron Dunn, Executive Director
adunn@diabetes.org

Vickie McWatters, Director of Donor Development
vmcwatters@diabetes.org

William Walker, Donor Relations Manager
wwalker@diabetes.org

Arizona and New Mexico board of directors

Arizona & New Mexico Community Leadership Boards

Our Community Leadership Boards are integral to our success. These corporate leaders help us raise crucial funds to fulfill our mission and serve as ambassadors in the communities we serve.
Tour de cure desert southwest

Tour de Cure: Desert Southwest

Join our fundraising campaign to fuel our mission! Your partnership will provide year-round engagement opportunities. Tour de Cure is more than a day, it’s a movement!
kids on wooden walkway smiling and attending camp AZDA

Camp AZDA

The American Diabetes Association is proud to be the leading provider of Diabetes Camping Services in the United States.

<strong>Camp AZDA</strong> is held at the Friendly Pines Camp facility, located in the tall pines of the Bradshaw Mountains, six miles outside Prescott.
Campers with dog smiling on steps of cabin at New Mexico diabetes camp 180

Camp 180

<strong>NEW MEXICO CAMP 180º</strong> has a mission to provide a fun-filled, educational camping experience for children with diabetes that will help them develop and maintain active, healthy lifestyles.

Volunteer with us.

Your involvement as an American Diabetes Association volunteer—whether on a local or national level—will help improve lives of everyone impacted by diabetes, maybe even someone close to you. There are many ways for you to get involved—a little time can have a big impact.