Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)

A program designed to assist Medicaid or Medicaid eligible pregnant women and infants

Our program provides pregnant women with support and teaching that promotes the delivery of healthier babies and services to help babies grow into healthy children.

Enrollment Requirements:

Medicaid recipient
Medicaid eligible
Pregnant or have a child under the age of one

Services Include:

Clinic or home visits by a registered nurse to help you with health problems that could affect your pregnancy such as diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, depression, or anxiety and provide prenatal, newborn, and parenting education.
A registered dietitian to provide nutritional education to help you learn about preparing and eating healthy foods.
A social worker to connect you with community resources and help if you are concerned about abuse/violence in your life.

CHC's Maternal Infant Health Program is available to those living in greater Branch County.

All patients are treated without regard to race, sex, age, sexual preference, religion, color, national origin, disease, or physical handicap.

MIHP

Provides an experienced health professional to:
Answer questions about caring for your infant.
Help with health problems that could affect your pregnancy.
Help with changes that you decide to make to be healthy.
Help if you are concerned about abuse or violence in your life.
Answer questions about family planning.
Connect with community services and resources

Fore more information, call us today!


CHC Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)

517.279.5411, 517.279.5420, or 1.888.530.5331

The MIHP has the same location and number as Home Health and Hospice
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