IPH Family Health Center (North End)
9053 Woodward Ave. Detroit, MI 48202
Primary Care: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5pm
Walk-ins: 8am – 3pm M, Tu, Th, F, 9am – 1pm Wednesday
Dental: Thursday 8:30am – 5pm
IPH Family Health Center (Northwest)
19830 James Couzens Detroit, MI 48235
Primary Care and Dental, Tuesday & Wednesday 8:30am – 5pm
IPH School Based Health Center
15491 Maddelein, Detroit, MI 48205
Child and Adolescent Health & Primary Care
Monday to Friday 8am – 2pm
It is the policy of the Institute for Population Health, Inc. (IPH), that required services at the Family Health Center locations are accessible without regard to a person’s ability to pay. IPH Family Health Center is required to serve all patient’s regardless of insurance status or ability to pay for services.
This requirement is fundamental to the Family Health Center model as the majority of the Health Center’s patients are low-income, under-insured or uninsured persons with no other primary health care.
Federal Quality Health Center- Look-a-Like (FQHC-LAL) Comprehensive
- General Primary Care
- Immunizations (Vaccine for Children)
- Family Planning (Birth Control)
- Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD) Testing and Treatment
- HIV Counseling & Testing
- TB Testing
- Pediatric and Adult Dental
- Medicaid Insurance Enrollment
Consumer & Community Engagement
- Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)
- IPH Healthy Start Detroit
Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)
The Institute for Population Health (IPH) Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP) provides supportive services to pregnant women and families with infants from birth to age one. Services are scheduled to accommodate your special situation.
The MIHP services are provided in the home by a team of nurses, nutritionists, and social workers. Services can be provided in other locations as needed.
Medicaid pays for MIHP services to qualifying women and infants.
IPH’s MIHP assist families with Medicaid enrollment, transportation needs, selecting a health care provider, substance abuse, mental/physical health concerns, and community resources.
IPH’s MIHP promotes health education as it relates to infant health, safety, general development, breastfeeding, nutrition, family planning, and living a healthier lifestyle.
Our Goals are:
- To reduce the number of premature and low birth weight births
- To reduce the number of infant deaths
- To help pregnant and parenting women get care and support
MIHP Services Provided:
- Counseling, emotional support, and psychosocial assessments
- Nutrition assessment and counseling
- Community referrals for baby supplies and services
- Resources for childbirth education and parenting classes
- Language translation/interpreter services
To sign up for MIHP services or to make a referral please contact us at (313)309-9300 ext. 1250
IPH Healthy Start Detroit
IPH Healthy Start Detroit provides direct services to African American women of childbearing age, pregnant women, and families with infants residing in the following zip codes: 48203, 48205, 48212, 48213, 48214, 48215, 48224, and 48234.
The program focuses on improving the health of women and infants by providing home-based care management and Maternal Infant Health Program services as well as classes using the Transition to Success and WeCan! models.
Care Managers help families address the following topics:
- Developing a reproductive life plan
- Obtaining health insurance
- Access to primary & preventive care
- Medical Homes
- Child Care
- Safe Sleep
- Domestic violence
For more information about Detroit Healthy Start, click here
The Behavioral Health Division provides a broad range of services for children, adults, seniors and family members. Programs are designed to resolve emotional and behavioral problems arising from mental health, child abuse and neglect, and domestic violence.
- Mental Health Counseling Services (Adult & Children)
Partners for a Healthy Baby
Partners for a Healthy Baby is a nationally recognized, research-based curriculum used by many home visiting models to improve birth outcomes, reduce rates of child abuse, increase intervals between pregnancies, strengthen families, enhance child health and developmental outcomes, and support family stability and economic self-sufficiency. The Partners curriculum was developed by a highly experienced multi-disciplinary faculty team at Florida State University and designed to support a systematic approach to planning and conducting effective home visits.
Sign Up for Services
To get the many benefits provided through the Partners for a Healthy Baby program please call:
313-309-9300 ext. 1316
IPH Social Innovation Lab
PROJECT FATHERHOOD DETROIT
Project Fatherhood is a highly successful, evidence based program from the Children’s Institute Inc. which fosters healthy engagement between father-child, father-significant other, and the whole family unit. Its objective is to re-engage low-income fathers, particularly in urban settings, in the care and upbringing of their children. Fathers learn to be more loving, responsible parents and active participants in their children’s lives through therapy, support, healthy relationship workshops, parenting education and more. Project Fatherhood Detroit’s objective is to foster best practices for healthy families through the fathers in our community.