Health and Wellness

At HAP Midwest Health Plan, we care about the health and happiness of our members. We have a variety of programs that will help you and your children stay healthy and happy.
Programs include:
Case Management
The HAP Midwest Complex Case Management program provides coordination of care and services to members who have experienced a critical event or diagnosis that requires the extensive use of resources and who need help navigating the system to facilitate appropriate delivery of care and services. To refer to this program please contact (800) 288-2902.

Help to Stop Smoking
The Michigan Tobacco Quitline is a FREE phone-based program to help you quit smoking. If you join, you will work one-on-one with a health coach to develop a quit plan. Your health coach will call you to make sure you’re staying on track. To enroll call 1-800 QUIT NOW (784-8669). For more information, please call (248) 663-3889 or toll free at (888) 654-2200.

Weight Watchers® Discount Program
HAP Midwest Health Plan members can purchase a 12-week Weight Watchers® pass at a discounted rate by just showing your HAP Midwest Health Plan Member ID card at participating meeting locations. For more information or to find a meeting place, call (888) 3Florine or visit the Weight Watchers® website at www.weightwatchers.com.
Maternal Infant Health Program (MIHP)
The Maternal Infant Health Program is for pregnant women and their baby up to 1 year of age. This program helps pregnant members and infants get the proper food, support and transportation for health services. It will also help you to understand the importance of getting prenatal care, well childcare, and shots when they are scheduled. If you need help to get these support services, please call the Health Management Department at (248) 663-3889.
Services include:
  • Prenatal teaching
  • Nutritional support and education
  • Help with personal problems that may complicate your pregnancy
  • Newborn baby assessments
  • Referrals to community resources
  • Help with transportation to pregnancy related appointments
  • Support to stop smoking
Maternity Program
The HAP Midwest Maternity Program is a free service offered to pregnant HAP Midwest members. It has resources to help you have a healthy pregnancy.
When you enroll, you receive:
  • Access to a nurse 24 hours a day,7 days a week
  • Individual support during and after your pregnancy
  • Maternity educational materials
Plus, you’ll get special gifts:
  • Your Journey Through Pregnancy, a book that will help you learn more about your pregnancy and offer support for the decisions about your care.
  • Tools to help you, your doctor and your HAP Midwest Maternity Program nurse track your pregnancy and identify possible health risks.
To enroll, call 855-480-2229.

Preventive Health Reminders
Preventive health reminders are sent to members that may be due for services. These reminders include:
  • Child Vaccines
  • Adolescent Vaccines
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine
  • Lead Testing
  • Well Child Visits/Well Adolescent Visits
  • Diabetes Care
  • Mammogram and Cervical Cancer Screening
  • Colorectal Cancer Screening
  • Annual Physical Exams
  • Flu vaccine
  • Pneumonia vaccine
Member Newsletters
Newsletters are sent to members throughout the year. The newsletters include various health prevention and disease management information. The articles discuss the importance of certain health conditions and screenings that are important in preventing many diseases. The newsletters are also a way to let members know about important programs and services available.
New Mom Packets
All new mothers receive a new mom packet. In this packet, new mothers are encouraged to obtain timely postpartum care and will receive a gift card for having a post partum visit. Postpartum care must be completed 21 to 56 days after delivery to qualify for the diapers.
Also included is the Edinburgh Postpartum Depression Screening tool. Members are encouraged to complete the form and return it to HAP Midwest Health Plan for a gift card. All returned screens are scored according to the Edinburgh guidelines. If the score indicates a member is at risk for postpartum depression, a second screening is sent.
If the score on the repeat screening still suggests she is at risk for postpartum depression, she is sent a booklet called Depression During and After Pregnancy and encouraged to contact her PCP for further evaluation. Results of both screenings are mailed to the PCP to assist with any follow up care that may be needed.