Effective 12/23/21
MI-Home is on hiatus and unable to accept clients or provide services. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. If you are seeking health services, please contact your health insurance plan and they will assist you in locating a provider. If you are seeking community resources and/or essential social services, you can call your health insurance plan or Aloha United Way (AUW) at 211. We will be sure to update this message when we are able to return to providing services. Stay safe and be well. Mahalo.

Midwifery Integrated
Home Visitation Program

We are Here for You.

We provide services in all community locations, including but not limited to cars, parks, tents, shelters, apartments and homes.

Community Support Services

Learn more about the programs in your community that may help meet your needs.

Well-Person Care

Learn more through these educational resources for a healthy lifestyle.

Birth Control, EC, STDs

Check out your contraceptive choices and safe sex practices; and health guidelines for when you choose to have children.


Read about what types of vaccines are recommended for you to take and safety tips.

Labs and Screenings

An overview of routine and genetic prenatal screenings, diagnostic testing, and ultrasounds in pregnancy.


Click here for informative resources about a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby.


Learn more about labor, contractions, birth, and current visitor policies in Hawaii hospitals.


Check out the resources available for how to help you and your family postpartum & warning signs to look out for.


Supportive resources and videos on breastfeeding strategies, tips on how to latch, navigating difficulties, tongue ties, pumping, and much more.


Find guidance here on the first 24 hours, baby cues, their growth and milestones, and additional parenting resources.

Car Seat Safety

Click to learn more about how to find the right car seat for your baby and install it correctly to ensure protection.


Check for product recalls including: cribs, food, child seats, strollers, and more.

We are MI-Home, and we will bring maternal care to you.

No insurance, income, or citizenship requirements.




MI-Home Funders

MI-Home was a University Health Partners grant funded program. Funds were generously provided through several local foundations and organizations:

  • Hawaii Resilience Fund of the Hawaii Community Foundation
  • Omidyar Ohana Fund at the Hawaii Community Foundation
  • The Joseph & Vera Long Foundation

AlohaCare is proud to have funded and partnered with the MI-Home program under our Waiwai Ola grant. This highly innovative program is exactly the type of care AlohaCare strives to bring to our communities. Program leaders took medical care into the community, combined it with technology and telehealth, and leveraged community partnerships to reach and care for pregnant women and infants in a manner that was respectful of their wishes. This was an example of academia, business, and community partnerships at its best.

MI-Home was supported by the Hawaii Department of Health with funds from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Grant Number 1NB01OT009389-01-00.

The Maternal Telehealth Access Project: Collaboration and Innovation for Equity and Healthy Families (Grant # H7EMC37564) is a collaborative initiative with several partnering agencies aimed at ensuring that women at highest risk are receiving quality maternal care services via telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic. The project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an Award totaling $4,000,000 for one year with 0% percentage financed with nonmodernness of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.


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