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What is the Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)?

In the ongoing effort to improve the health status of pregnant women, infants, children and families, Michigan has the Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP), formerly known as the Maternal Support Services and the Infant Support Services programs. The immediate goal of the MIHP is to improve the health and well-being of Medicaid-eligible pregnant women and infants. The long-term program goal is to reduce maternal and infant morbidity and mortality.

What does it do?

It provides home visitation support and care coordination for pregnant women and infants on Medicaid.
Services are intended to supplement regular prenatal/infant care and to assist healthcare providers in managing the beneficiary's health and wellbeing.
Serves to promote healthy pregnancies, positive birth outcomes, and healthy infant growth and development.

How We Can Help

Assist by care coordinating between you and your doctor to ensure baby’s prenatal health.
Find you local community services (e.g., food pantries, shelters, rent assistance, clothing assistance) as needed.
Transportation services can be arranged if needed, and mileage reimbursement at $0.26 a mile for trips taken to the doctor, WIC, and other required medical appointments.
Registered Nurses, Licensed Social Workers, Registered Dietitians and Infant Mental Health Specialists that visit you right at your home or can meet you wherever you’d like and at your convenience.
Enrollment in local childbirth education or parenting classes.
...and much more!

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