Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)

What is MIHP?

MIHP is free program created to support Medicaid beneficiaries in order to promote healthy pregnancies, positive birth outcomes, and infant health and development. MIHP services are intended to supplement medical (prenatal and infant) care. MIHP provides care coordination and intervention services, focusing on the mother-infant dyad. Care coordination services are provided by a registered nurse and licensed social worker, one of whom is designated as the Care Coordinator. Intervention services are provided by a registered nurse, a licensed social worker, registered dietitian (with a physician order), and an infant mental health specialist, depending on the beneficiary's particular needs.

Who Qualifies?

All expecting mothers and infants that receive medicaid benefits.

How to enroll?

Call us at 248.499.4312 or email us at and provide your name and phone number.

In a nutshell...

MIHP is a FREE program for expectant mothers and infants that receive medicaid benefits. Through the program mothers and infants receive support services from a licensed social worker and nurse as well as referrals and coordination with a dietician, infant mental health specialist and other community resources. Clients receive assistance with things such as but not limited to:

If you would like to make a donation to Transition Family Service LLC MIHP program you can do so by contacting us at 248.499.4312 or



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Southfield, MI 48075

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