Community Based Mental Health

Parent Infant Program

The Parent Infant Program (PIP) is an intensive home-based treatment service for families in which either the parent or child is struggling with mental health issues offering therapy from pregnancy through age three. Services include individual and family therapy, parenting education and support, case management services, crisis intervention and 24-hour crisis on-call availability. PIP services are family-centered and build upon individual and family strengths to increase personal and community supports, promote healthy family functioning, and strengthen the critical parent-child bond.

Parent Infant Program (PIP) Program Brochure

Parent Infant Program (PIP) Contact Information
(269) 965-3247

Council On AccreditationKalamazoo Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse ServicesMichigan Department of Health and Human ServicesSummit Pointe
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