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Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)

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Home visiting program for pregnant women and infants with Medicaid. Services include education, service coordination, support and referrals

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Services and Support  

  • Maternal and infant health assessment and plan of care completed with registered nurse or licensed social worker
  • Coordination of MIHP services with your health care provider and your Medicaid Health Plan
  • Home or office visits provided by a team including a nurse, social worker and dietitian
  • Transportation services arranged, if needed
  • Referrals and support to use other services, as needed  (e.g., mental health services, substance abuse counseling, domestic violence resources, basic needs assistance, childbirth education classes, parenting support 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 or fax (734) 544-9738. 

Print a copy of the referral form

What if I Don't Have Medicaid Health Insurance?

Need help with health coverage? See or call (734) 544-3030. You can also use this link to apply for Healthy Kids Medicaid


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