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Stay updated on maternal & infant health in Michigan. Our work includes public health programs, initiatives and interventions aimed at improving the health and well-being of women, infants, families, and communities across Michigan. 

Subscribe to Maternal Infant Health & Equity Updates

Join our email lists to stay updated on maternal, infant and family health in Michigan.

If you have maternal and infant health updates please send them to us for consideration, we are committed to leveraging our resources to improve health across our state. 

Contact the Division of Maternal & Infant Health

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Upcoming Events

Community & Family Town Halls

Michigan families and community members are encouraged to attend a Community & Family Town Hall meeting! Join your Regional Perinatal Quality Collaborative for a conversation about healthy births, families, and communities. Anyone interested in the health and wellbeing of Michigan families is welcome to attend.


Maternal Infant Health Summit

The 7th annual Maternal Infant Health Summit will be held on June 17-18, 2024, at the Lansing Center. The event provides a unique opportunity for multidisciplinary collaboration, convening both National and Statewide stakeholders working to advance maternal, infant, and family health. This year’s summit theme is Advancing Healthy Births: From Stories to Action.

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Join us for Mother Infant Health & Equity Collaborative (MIHEC) meetings

The purpose of the quarterly Mother Infant Health and Equity Collaborative Meetings is to create a space that fosters learning, the elevation of community-driven solutions and collaboration, aimed at achieving equity. The MIHEC is one of the drivers of implementing Michigan's Advancing Healthy Births Plan. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!

Register for a 2024 MIHEC Meeting.

Attend an upcoming Regional Perinatal Quality Collaborative (RPQC) meeting

The Michigan PQC (MI PQC) is comprised of nine (9) Regional Perinatal Quality Collaboratives (RPQCs), which represent communities across the state of Michigan. The RPQCs bring together local health care professionals, community partners, families, faith-based organizations, Great Start Collaboratives, home visiting agencies, and others in a unified, collaborative effort to improve maternal infant health and equity. 

Contact Michigan's Perinatal Quality Collaborative Coordinator to learn more.

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