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Pregnancy Supports in Michigan


Pregnancy Supports
Legal Supports
Preservation Supports
Post Adoption Support Groups

Pregnancy Support:

Find a Doula in Michigan
Find a Midwife in Michigan

Also check out DONA (Doulas of North America)


La Leche League

La Leche League Leaders are available to anyone needing information and support regardless of your availability to attend meetings. Please feel free to contact the leader closest to your location. Click Here


Medicaid Benefits

Try to avoid Crisis Pregnancy Centers, as they are forceful in promoting Adoption. I recommend, if you need to use their service, write you real name (because otherwise their verification for medicaid will not hold up) and do not put down Your Address or Your Phone Number.

Here are free medical centers


Medicaid For Healthy Kids

Medicaid is available to an eligible woman while she is pregnant, including the month her pregnancy ends and during the two calendar months following the month her pregnancy ends, regardless of the reason (for example: live birth, miscarriage). There is an income limit for this program. The comprehensive health care package of Medicaid benefits is available. Contact the local MDHS office in your county to apply for this program

Online application Scroll down to start application.
Print Application

For more information:
For questions or help reading this, call toll-free Monday through Friday from 8 am to 7 pm
* MIChild/Healthy Kids at 1-888-988-6300

OR Contact: MIHP Consultants
Ingrid Davis
517-335-9546
davisi1@michigan.gov

Joni Detwiler
517-335-6659
detwilerj@michigan.gov


Food Stamp Assistance

For a Pre screening tool, here

Pamphlets with general information about the Food Assistance Program (food stamps) in Michigan, including who is eligible, how to apply, answers to frequently asked questions, and important information if you are homeless or have been denied benefits. Check out our pamphlet on what you should do if your caseworker won't call you back.
Print Application
You must send / turn in or fax the print application to your local DHS building

For more information:
You can also receive more information and help from the statewide Food Stamp Helpline offered by the Center for Civil Justice. Call 1-800-481-4989.

Or, download the application, here.
You MUST hand it in, or send it in to your local office, which you can locate, here.


WIC (Women and Children food assistance)

The WIC program is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children.

* The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) is a federally-funded program that serves low and moderate income pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women, infants, and children up to age 5 who have a nutrition-related health problem.
* The program provides a combination of nutrition education, supplemental foods, breastfeeding promotion and support, and referrals to health care.
* WIC foods are selected to meet nutrient needs such as calcium, iron, folic acid, vitamins A & C.
* Participants exchange WIC food benefits at approved retail grocery stores and pharmacies.

Online application
Print Application

To learn more, please call the WIC agency nearest you for more information. For the phone number of the WIC agencies serving your county, see WIC office of this web site.

For more information:
Call 1-800-26-BIRTH.


Babies At Work Program in Michigan

Ann Arbor
The Little Seedling
Menlo Innovations

Please check out the National Support Groups


No part of this website should be considered legal advice. All information is for general use. Due to the interest of trying to get as much information as possible, keep in mind that no organization is endorsed by ReformAdoption.com, and you should use your insticts and best judgement. For any questions, comments or suggestions, please email me at reformadoption (@) gmail.com