Maternal and Infant Health Program (MIHP)

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The Maternal and Infant Health Program (MIHP) is a COVERED service that helps pregnant members and infants get the right food, support and transportation for all health services. 

This home visiting program helps to promote healthy pregnancies, positive birth outcomes and healthy infant development. These services include:

For Mom and Baby:

Birth control information.

Nutritional counseling, WIC and food pantries.

Childbirth/Breastfeeding Education.

Transportation to medical & WIC appointments.

Cribs/Car seats/Car seat safety.

Housing assistance

Parenting classes

Education on infant care and safety

You and your baby can get a visit from a nurse in your home or in a location you choose.

If you would like more information about these support services, please call the M.O.M. Program at (888) 898-7969, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (TTY: 711).

Dental:

Pregnant women receive free dental care for cleanings, fillings and other services.

Click here to find a dentist. 

Click here for more information.  

Quit Smoking:

Smoking during pregnancy can harm your baby. 

Click here for help quitting or reducing smoking.  

WIC:

Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program offers pregnant women and young children free food and other services. You do not need to ask your PCP to get services from WIC. Click here for more information.