About MIHP

Our Specialty Services include assisting:

  • Women Veterans who are pregnant or have a child under the age of one
  • Women experiencing substance misuse during pregnancy
  • NAS- Drug-exposed infants

We provide in-home and telehealth visits at no cost with Medicaid enrolled:

  • Pregnant women
  • Parents and Caregivers who have Medicaid enrolled infants under 12 months
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What assistance and connections will you receive?

  • Prenatal Care
  • Childbirth Education
  • Postpartum Care
  • Infant Growth/Development
  • Nutrition
  • Breastfeeding guidance and education
  • Food Pantry
  • Housing
  • Safe Sleep
  • Car Seat Safety (Service Technicians available)
  • Family Planning
  • Diaper Banks
  • WIC
  • Baby items (clothes, pack-n-plays, car seats, cribs, etc.)
  • Transportation
  • Dental Care
  • Mental Health Care
  • Addiction Counseling
  • Parenting Classes
  • Physical healthcare
  • Education, GED, Diploma
  • Smoking Cessation Guidance
  • Employment
  • Utility Help
  • Legal assistance
  • Navigating Medical Health Insurance benefits
  • Religious Guidance
  • Assistance with Time management
  • Advocacy

How it Works

Our staff meets you in the comfort of your home, an office, or another place in the community. In some circumstances, we conduct telehealth visits for your convenience. We offer support, assistance, education, and community referrals you and your family may need during your pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum, and through the first year of your infant’s growth and development.

For example:

During your pregnancy we can help answer any questions and concerns you or your family may have about prenatal health, nutrition, stress management, breastfeeding, childbirth.

Once your baby is born, we are there to assist, support, and educate you about infant growth and development, safe sleep, car seat safety, feeding and nutrition, calming techniques, understanding your infants’ cues, and postpartum care.

When you enroll with CPIF-MIHP, you will receive individualized care from your assigned nurse and social worker. They will work with you, your doctor, your health plan, and other agencies to make sure you receive services that support you, your baby and your family’s health.

How to Enroll and Make Referrals

Individual referrals:

If you or someone you know is pregnant or has an infant who is already receiving Medicaid, you are all entitled to our no cost in-home services. To enroll or refer any individual, just contact us today by giving us a call, completing your contact information in the contact form below, or by sending us an email using our email address provided below. All of your information is sent safely and protected.

Medical Care Providers:

CPIF Resource Solutions proactively seeks opportunities to

collaborate with medical care providers to improve the quality of care for individuals and their families. If your medical practice assists Medicaid enrolled pregnant women and or infants, you are eligible to utilize our services.

Please feel free to give us a call, complete your contact information in the contact form below, or send an email using our email address provided below to request information about our program, how to initiate collaborations and begin a two-way referral relationship.

We welcome the opportunity to work with you in reducing maternal and infant mortality!

About the Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)

The Maternal Infant Health Program is designed to supplement regular prenatal/infant care and to assist healthcare providers in managing the health and well being of the mother and baby.

Assistance is provided by professionals to help families support their basic needs, prenatal and parenting education, and referrals to community resources.

MIHP is the only home visiting program in Michigan that serves all Medicaid pregnant women and children. Services can be provided in your home, an office, or another place in the community.

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Benefits of CPIF Resource Solutions MIHP Services

Individuals and Families

  • Babies born to moms in MIHP are healthier
  • Decreased likelihood of prematurity (extreme/very/moderate preterm), low, and very low birth weights.
  • Families in MIHP learn how their babies are growing
  • Moms and families develop long lasting connections with local community agencies
  • Improved attendance for prenatal and postnatal care visits
  • Improved attendance for well-child visits