Prerequisites for translating intervention research findings into practice are maintenance of results, generalization of effects and consistency of implementation. This report presents 12 months follow-up information on a randomized 2x2 factorial trial evaluating the incremental effects of adding (1) telephone follow-up or (2) a community resources utilization component to a basic touchscreen computer-assisted dietary goal-setting intervention for 320 type 2 diabetes patients. All conditions evidenced significant improvement from baseline to the 12 months follow-up across behavioral, biological and psychosocial measures. There were few consistent differences between conditions, but results were robust across interventionists and clinics. The telephone follow-up component appeared to enhance long-term results on some measures. When considered along with earlier results from a randomized trial that included a control condition without goal setting, it is concluded that this basic goal-setting intervention can be consistently implemented by a variety of interventionists and produce lasting improvements.