What is an Ambassador?
A Mother Infant Health and Equity Improvement Plan Ambassador is a person who shares input regarding their community’s needs.
What does an Ambassador do?
Provide your opinion on programs and share your experiences. Your voice is important. We want to hear about challenges in your community that may prevent families from breastfeeding, practicing safe sleep, accessing programs and services, etc.
- Connect: Attend meetings in your community for an opportunity to meet other Ambassadors and share feedback.
- Learn: Learn about life-saving programs and services available to families.
- Share: Share information with members of your community to improve health outcomes and save lives.
Why Should I Be an Ambassador?
Moms and babies in Michigan are dying from preventable causes. They are also experiencing significant challenges and unjust treatment, leading to poor health outcomes.
Who Can Be an Ambassador?
The Ambassador Network is open to mothers, fathers, family members, and anyone else with an interest in improving the health of moms and babies in Michigan Ambassadors must be 13 years old or older.
Sign Up to Be an Ambassador:
Text ‘MIHEIP’ to 555888
For more information:
For more information about the MIHEIP Ambassador Program, please contact:
Lauren Eby | EbyL@michigan.gov