Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)
MIHP is a home visiting program for pregnant women and infants with Medicaid insurance. It is a benefit of their insurance.
- Maternal and infant health and psychosocial assessment completed by nurse or social worker
- Registered Nurse and Licensed Social Worker work together to development a care plan
- Coordination of MIHP services with the beneficiary's medical care provider and Medicaid Health Plan (who assist and supplement that care)
- Registered Nurse, Licensed Social Worker and Registered Dietitian provide home or office visits with interventions based on the beneficiary's plan of care
- Transportation services arranged if needed
- 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
How do I enroll?
Call us at (734) 544-2984 or (734) 544-9749, or ask your doctor for a referral.
Primary Medical Providers Referrals:
Call us at (734) 544-2984
Fax (734) 544-6888
What if I Don't Have Medicaid Health Insurance?
Resources for Moms and Dads:
- Safe Sleep For Babies
- Infant Safe Sleep: Family Voices in Spanish
- What Pregnant Women Should Know About The Flu
- Flu.gov's Flu Shot Locator--Information About H1N1 And Seasonal Flu
- MIHP Perinatal Depression Resource list
- Birth control guide
What other services are available?
- Women, Infant and Children (WIC)
- Public Health Immunizations
- Children's Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) - ages 0 to 21
- Washtenaw County Breastfeeding Coalition
- Pregnancy testing is offered free of charge on Wednesdays only, at 555 Towner, Ypsilanti. Go to Towner Building I, in Room 1103, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
This page is maintained by Julie Stafford and was last updated on 6/9/14