This infographic provides information in Spanish on how women can protect their baby during pregnancy.
This MDHHS unit provides statewide epidemiological leadership and expertise for the maternal and child health programs that support women and children in Michigan.
Early On Michigan is available to parents concerned with his or her child’s growth and development and assist families with infants and toddlers, from birth until they turn 36 months or 3 years of age, who may be experiencing delays in their development or if they have a diagnosed disability.
CSHCS covers approximately 2,600 medical diagnoses that require care by a medical or surgical subspecialist and are handicapping in nature. Diagnosis alone does not guarantee medical elgibility for CSHCS. The individual must also meet the evaluation criteria regarding the level of severity, chronicity, and the need for annual medical care and treatment. This document provides the diagnostic codes that CSHCS covers.
This MOD website makes it easy to create tables and graphs on a variety of maternal and infant health topics at county or city level.
Michigan birth defects statistics arranged by county or local health department.
Working together for stronger, healthy babies by providing information to mothers, professionals and researchers.
This virtual version of the Birth Defects Toolkit provides links to Michigan resources for families and professionals that may be helpful in caring for children with birth defects and a variety of genetic conditions.