P.O. Box 11521

Montgomery, AL 36111

800.800.1198

FREE health coaching

“helping transportation professionals arrive home safer, healthier & happier

Helping drivers arrive home safer, healthier and happier

Since 1997, HTAA has made its sole aim that of striving to improve the health and wellness of truck drivers, both independent owner/operators and fleet drivers. Bill Gordon saw the prevalence of bad health in the trucking industry before it became acknowledged as an industry-wide issue of great significance and formed Healthy Trucking Association of America.

Health & Wellness Programs

HTAA provides preventative health services for Fleet Drivers. From early detection of Diabetes to Sleep Apnea, HTAA’s programs can help drivers make healthier choices. And stay on the road.

HTAA Podcasts

The lifestyle of a professional trucker is hard on the body and tougher on the family. Our guests will put the breaks on diseases that curse the industry and discuss common health concerns.

FREE health portal for fleets

Nutritionist and Expert Physiologist helped create an online experience for the Long Haul Trucker Driver. Add our Nationwide Health Coaching Network, you have a tool your drivers can depend on.

Health & Wellness Programs

HTAA provides preventative health services for Fleet Drivers. From early detection of Diabetes to Sleep Apnea, HTAA’s programs can help drivers make healthier choices. And stay on the road.

HTAA Podcasts

The lifestyle of a professional trucker is hard on the body and tougher on the family. Our guests will put the breaks on diseases that curse the industry and discuss common health concerns.

FREE health portal for fleets

Nutritionist and Expert Physiologist helped create an online experience for the Long Haul Trucker Driver. Add our Nationwide Health Coaching Network, you have a tool your drivers can depend on.

ARE YOU A MALE AGE 45 OR OLDER?

DO EITHER OF YOUR PARENTS OR A SIBLING HAVE TYPE 2 DIABETES?

DO YOU GET LITTLE OR NO EXERCISE?

DO YOU HAVE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE OR ANY OTHER HEALTH CONDITIONS?

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, you may be at risk for type 2 diabetes. Complete the information on this page to see if you qualify for the FREE Shift Into Better Health 2021 program. Doing so may save your CDL, help you make the most of your career, and improve your quality of life.

LET’S TALK ABOUT HOW TO ENROLL INTO A FREE BETTER HEALTH PROGRAM!

Two easy ways to get started. Just fill out the form here with your basic contact information. A Health Coach will contact you to fully explain the program, answer any questions and get you enrolled.

Ready to enroll now? Click the button below and start the enrollment process right away. At anytime you can contact a Health Coach for assistance.

  • We need your consent: You are willing to share your contact information with Omada, ADCES, and HTAA, You agree to be contacted by an HTAA Health Coach, and If you are eligible and you enroll in the Omada virtual diabetes prevention program, you agree to allow Omada to share identifiable information with ICF. See full disclosure

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What’s Your Why

Joyce Aponte, wife of Kaptain Jack, explains why. “One day we had the opportunity to take the screener.  He did.  When we looked at it we realized that both our family s have a history of diabetes. I looked at him and said, We don’t need to loose anyone else to diabetes.”

Coronavirus risk for truckers appears minimal

While much is unknown about the novel coronavirus spreading throughout China and other parts of the world, there have been no reports as yet of the virus spreading by living on surfaces, such as freight and shipping containers coming from China.

2020 National Diabetes Statistics Report

This report, a publication of the CDC, provides eye opening research on the prevalence and incidence of diabetes and prediabetes, risk factor for complications, acute and long term complications, deaths and costs.

Healthy Trucking Association of America

Mental health in trucking needs serious attention

The mental health of truck drivers remains one of my biggest concerns. Ten years ago, I first wrote about what I thought was a monster issue hiding just below the surface of daily trucking life. “Hiding” was the key word there, and it still is.

CDC-Truckers Diet and Exercise Options

The CDC visited 16 truck stops across the United States and evaluated them based on a checklist to gauge how well truck stops support a healthy lifestyle for long-haul truckers. The results won’t surprise you.

Trucking health in the news

What’s Your Why

Joyce Aponte, wife of Kaptain Jack, explains why. “One day we had the opportunity to take the screener.  He did.  When we looked at it we realized that both our family s have a history of diabetes. I looked at him and said, We don’t need to loose anyone else to diabetes.”

Coronavirus risk for truckers appears minimal

While much is unknown about the novel coronavirus spreading throughout China and other parts of the world, there have been no reports as yet of the virus spreading by living on surfaces, such as freight and shipping containers coming from China.

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contributing author

leave a recommendation
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2020 National Diabetes Statistics Report

This report, a publication of the CDC, provides eye opening research on the prevalence and incidence of diabetes and prediabetes, risk factor for complications, acute and long term complications, deaths and costs.

Healthy Trucking Association of America

Mental health in trucking needs serious attention

The mental health of truck drivers remains one of my biggest concerns. Ten years ago, I first wrote about what I thought was a monster issue hiding just below the surface of daily trucking life. “Hiding” was the key word there, and it still is.

heart disease

Caution – Wide Loads Face Giant Detour

Wide loads mean larger waist sizes. If you want to avoid placing a caution sign on your back, checkout Bob Perry’s 5 Tips and detour an unnecessary accident! Getting back to good health takes planning.

heart disease

Caution – Wide Loads Face Giant Detour

Wide loads mean larger waist sizes. If you want to avoid placing a caution sign on your back, checkout Bob Perry’s 5 Tips and detour an unnecessary accident! Getting back to good health takes planning.

Healthy Trucking Association of America

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A Type 2 Diabetes Diagnosis: Overcoming Shame and Stigma
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At times it might seem overwhelming, but you can thrive with diabetes, and a diabetes care and education specialist can help.
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