Join our CPIF Resource Solutions MIHP Team

We are always looking for caring individuals to expand our team. We are seeking Michigan licensed Registered Nurses and Social Workers. As part of reducing disparities and infant mortality, you will play a key role in helping individuals and families by guiding, supporting, and connecting them to resources and community referrals that meet their unique needs. Part of everything we do is paying-it-forward and recognizing value in every person we meet. Please call or email us with all inquiries about our open positions. Ask for Barb or Stef. Click Here to learn more about MIHP.

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Staff Access

Click on any item below to gain access to MIHP Staff Resources

(updated on 2/15/2019) MIHP Operations Guide
(See MIHP Chapter as well as sections that apply to all Medicaid Providers)

Required Online Trainings

All New staff are required to complete the following online trainings:

Please note that All MIHP access should be done on Internet Explorer

Please note you will have to create a username and password to access some of the trainings.

MIHP Required Trainings

The following required trainings may be accessed at

  • Alcohol Free Baby and Me
  • Helping Families Practice Infant Safe Sleep
  • Introduction to Health Equity (required by 1/1/20) ** For all staff on the personnel roster
  • Infant Safe Sleep for Professionals Working with Families
  • Motivational Interviewing for MIHP providers
  • Overview of the Maternal Infant Health Program Training Course
  • Smoke-Free for Baby and Me
  • Systemic Racism (required by 6/1/20) For all staff on the personnel roster
**Introduction to Health Equity was required for only coordinators and home visitors by 1/1/20, it is now required for all staff on the personnel roster by 6/1/20

The following required trainings may be accessed via the Institute for the Advancement of Family Support Professionals at

  • Adult Mental Health Part One
  • Adult Mental Health Part Two: Perinatal Depression
  • Breastfeeding 1: Helping Mothers Choose Breastfeeding
  • Breastfeeding 3: Helping Mothers Continue Breastfeeding
  • Child Development: Secrets of Baby Behavior
  • Engaging Fathers in their Children’s Lives
  • Family Partnerships that support Change and Healing
  • Prenatal Basics for Home Visitors
  • Reproductive Health
  • Substance Exposed Infants, Part 1: Supporting Pregnant and Post-Partum Women’s Use of Medication-Assisted Treatment and Psychotropic Medications
  • Substance Exposed Infants, Part 2: Impact of Perinatal Substance Use on Infants
  • Why Screen Women for Substance Use, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Health Perinatal Depression

Additional Required Trainings for Waiver Staff accessed via Institute for the Advancement of Family Support Professionals at

  • Home Visiting 102: Home Visitor Skills and Strategies*
  • Moving to Action: Advocacy, Referrals and Goals*
  • Promoting Safe and Healthy Homes*

Additional Required Training for Waiver Staff accessed via the MIHP Website or

  • Prevention of Early Elective Delivery*
*Effective 6/1/2020, all Staff must have this training completed.