Women's Preventive Services
Women may see any Molina Healthcare OB/GYN or women’s health specialist for well woman care. While Molina Healthcare of Michigan doesn't require referrals, check with your PCP to make sure there are no other referral needs.
- Women age 50 or over should have a mammogram to screen for breast cancer once every year.
- Women should have a pap smear every year to screen for cervical cancer.
- Young women, ages 16 – 25, who are sexually active should have a Chlamydia test every year to screen for this sexually transmitted disease (STD).
- Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act – Women’s health benefits include breast reconstruction services if elected after a mastectomy.
Family planning services
Family Planning Services are covered at no cost to you. These services include:
- Counseling to help you to decide when to have children
- Help to decide how many children to have
- Information about and prescriptions for birth control. For example, condoms and birth control pills. There is no cost to receive these items.
- Treatment for sexually transmitted diseases (STD)
Prior Approval (PA) is not required for family planning services, drugs, supplies and devices.
While Molina Healthcare of Michigan doesn't require referrals, check with your PCP to make sure there are no other referral needs to receive family planning services. You can receive family planning services from any doctor, clinic or Local Health Department, in or out of network. Family planning services are voluntary and confidential. Medicaid will pay for all services received out of network. You will use your mihealthcard to receive services.
Moms of Molina (M.O.M.) Program
If you are pregnant, Molina Healthcare has a free program just for you and your baby. It is called the M.O.M. Program. We want you to have a healthy pregnancy and healthy baby.
Molina Healthcare has a special nurse coordinator to work with you and your doctors to make sure you and your baby get the care you need. All Molina Healthcare mothers-to-be, including teens and high risk, will receive information about the importance of prenatal care and free support services.
- Help you find a doctor for you and your new baby.
- Help you set up doctor visits during your pregnancy and after your baby is born.
- Help you get a ride to your doctor visits.
- Help you stay healthy.
- Help you with special needs while you are pregnant.
- Help you find counseling services and childbirth and parenting classes.
- Help you find information for getting baby items: food, housing, clothes and give you information about what to expect while you are pregnant.
- Keep in touch with you and your doctor.
It is good to get early and regular prenatal care and to keep all your visits with your doctor even if this is not your first baby. Please call the M.O.M. nurse at (888) 898-7969, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (TTY: 711).
Women, Infant & Children Services Program (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.
Please call Member Services at (888) 898-7969, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (TTY: 711) to find out where and how to get WIC Services.
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How do members get care?
For information on the Moms of Molina (M.O.M.) Program, please call the M.O.M. nurse at (888) 898-7969, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (TTY: 711). Please call Member Services at (888) 898-7969, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (TTY: 711) to find out where and how to get Women, Infant & Children Services Program (WIC) services.