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Our Programs and Initiatives
Division of Maternal & Infant Health Programs
The Division of Maternal & Infant Health is home to an array of public health programs, initiatives and interventions aimed at improving the health and well-being of birthing people, infants, families and communities. The division is committed to addressing birth equity by focusing on innovative, multi-disciplinary collaborations, addressing root causes of inequities, challenging systematic barriers, and creating actionable solutions to improve health outcomes.
Division of Maternal Infant Health Programs
Advancing Healthy Births
Michigan's Advancing Healthy Births: An Equity Plan for Michigan Families & Communities focuses on sustainable actions and multifaceted approaches to improve outcomes for birthing people and their infants.
The breastfeeding initiative is removing barriers, advancing equity, and promoting breastfeeding as essential for infant nutrition, social emotional health, and chronic disease prevention by ensuring all families have the opportunity to breastfeed for as long as they choose.
Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI)
EHDI provides better outcomes for Michigan newborns, young children with hearing loss, and their families, through early hearing screening, appropriate audiological diagnosis, and intervention.
Provides high quality reproductive health care to adults, and teens at low or no-cost. Family Planning is a public health service that helps individuals and families to plan for their desired family size and spacing of children to prevent or delay pregnancy.
Michigan's Title V Maternal and Child Health Program
Michigan’s Title V program supports a wide range of critical MCH programs and services across the state. Its overarching goal is to improve the health and well-being of the state’s mothers, infants, children, and adolescents—including children with special health care needs (CSHCN).
Michigan Perinatal Quality Collaborative (MI PQC)
Michigan PQC (MI PQC) is comprised of nine (9) Regional Perinatal Quality Collaboratives (RPQC), working statewide to improve outcomes for birthing people, infants and families through quality improvement efforts that are tailored to the strengths and challenges of their respective region.
Get care to live a healthier future with uterine fibroids. Michigan is committed to increasing education and awareness, as well as sharing stories of Michiganders who experience fibroids.