What is the Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)?
MIHP is a Home Visiting program for pregnant women and infants with Medicaid insurance.
MIHP provides support service to women and to parents so they have healthy pregnancies, good birth outcomes, and healthy infants
FREE access to transportation to medical appointments, WIC, and childbirth or parent education classes, as needed.
An experienced health professional who will:
- Help you get prenatal care.
- Answer questions about being pregnant.
- Answer questions about caring for your infant.
- Help you get food or a place to live.
- Help you learn about fixing and eating healthy foods.
- Help with health problems that could affect your pregnancy, such as diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, depression or anxiety.
- Help with changes that you decide to make to be healthy, such as quitting or cutting down on smoking, alcohol or drugs.
- Help if you’re concerned about abuse/violence in your life.
- Answer questions about family planning (birth control).
- Connect you with community services, such as childbirth education classes or baby pantries that give out baby items for free.
- Be there for you if problems come up.
Apply for Healthy Kids Medicaid now: https://healthcare4mi.com/michild-web/
MIHP provides outreach services to pregnant women and children. A team of health professionals work with women and their families to promote a healthier pregnancy and a healthier start for their baby. Services offered include transportation, childbirth education, family planning, nutritionist, social worker, and a Registered Nurse. Call (989) 755-0316, option 4, for more information.