Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)

The Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP) is a program for all Michigan women with Medicaid health insurance who are pregnant and all infants with Medicaid. It is a benefit of their insurance. MIHP provides support to promote healthy pregnancies, good birth outcomes, and healthy infants.

Services include:

› Maternal and infant health, psychosocial and nutrition assessment completed by nurse, social worker, or dietician

› Registered Nurse, Licensed Social Worker and Registered Dietician team development of beneficiary care plans

› Coordination of MIHP services with the beneficiary's health care provider and Medicaid Health Plan (who assist and supplement that care)

› Registered Nurse, Licensed Social Worker and Registered Dietitian home or office visits provided with interventions based on the beneficiary's plan of care

› Transportation services may be arranged

› Referrals are made to local community services (e.g., mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, basic needs assistance) as needed

› Referral to local childbirth education or parenting classes

Call us at (800) 432-4121 for more information.

Educational Resources from March of Dimes:

Signs of Labor

Stages of Labor

Post-Partum Physical Changes

Folic Acid