LINK (Linking Education, Produce Provision, and Community Referrals to Improve Diabetes Care is a 6-month pragmatic randomized controlled trial (pRCT) using a 2×2 factorial design to prospectively enroll study participants with type 2 diabetes and food insecurity into one of four study arms. The four study arms are: 1) Mid-Ohio Farmacy (receiving weekly produce through a consortium of local food banks); 2) Mid-Ohio Farmacy + Cooking for Diabetes (Cooking for Diabetes is a 6-week diabetes and culinary education intervention); 3) Mid-Ohio Farmacy + Health Impact Ohio Pathways Hub (The Pathways Hub uses a community health worker model to meet with participants, evaluate and address non-medical, health-related social needs); and 4) Mid-Ohio Farmacy + Cooking for Diabetes + Health Impact Ohio Pathways Hub). Participants will be enter
Participants will be randomized using a 1:1:1:1 stratified randomization scheme built into Research Electronic Data Capture (REDCap) at the participant level.
Primary and secondary outcomes will be collected at baseline, 3 and 6 months.
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