Maternal Infant Health Program: Provider Training

The following required trainings may be accessed at the mihealth training website 

  • Alcohol Free Baby and Me
  • Helping Families Practice Infant Safe Sleep
  • Introduction to Health Equity for all staff  on the personnel roster
  • Infant Safe Sleep for Professionals Working with Families
  • Motivational Interviewing for MIHP providers
  • Overview of the Maternal Infant Health Program Training Course for all staff on the personnel roster
  • Smoke-Free for Baby and Me
  • Systemic Racism for all staff on the personnel roster

The following required trainings may be accessed via the Institute for the Advancement of Family Support Professionals

  • Adult Mental Health Part One
  • Adult Mental Health Part Two: Perinatal Depression
  • Breastfeeding 1: Helping Mothers Choose Breastfeeding
  • Breastfeeding 3: Helping Mothers Continue Breastfeeding
  • Child Development: Secrets of Baby Behavior
  • The Dad Effect: Engaging Fathers in their Children's Lives in Home Visiting
  • Family Partnerships that support Change and Healing 
  • Prenatal Basics for Home Visitors
  • Reproductive Health
  • Substance Exposed Infants, Part 1: Supporting Pregnant and Post-Partum Women's Use of Medication-Assisted Treatment and Psychotropic Medications
  • Substance Exposed Infants, Part 2: Impact of Perinatal Substance Use on Infants
  • Why Screen Women for Substance Use, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Health Perinatal Depression

Additional Required Trainings for Waiver Staff accessed via Institute for the Advancement of Family Support Professionals

  • Home Visiting 102: Home Visitor Skills and Strategies*
  • Moving to Action: Advocacy, Referrals and Goals
  • Promoting Safe and Healthy Homes*

Additional Required Training for Waiver Staff accessed via the mihealth training website

  • Prevention of Early Elective Delivery*

*This content is strongly encouraged for all staff

Previous MIHP Community of Practice Webinars 

2/11/2022:  Unfortunately due to technical difficulties some previously recorded webinars offered in 2021 are no longer available and have been removed from the list.