Local Chapters

Plug-in to one of 12 MI-AIMH chapters near you and connect with other IMH professionals.

These chapters vary in degree of participation and involvement; however, many of them hold regular meetings, sponsor trainings and offer networking.

When you join MI-AIMH, one local chapter is included in your membership!

Mid-Michigan Chapter

Nurturing Relationships The Mid-Michigan Chapter is BRAND new and in the process of getting up and running!  Get involved!

West Michigan Chapter

Nurturing Relationships The West Michigan Chapter is an active group of professionals who are passionate about working with very young children and their families. Members include Infant Mental Health therapists, Head Start and Early Head Start mental health specialists, public health social workers, and other early childhood professionals who are working with very young children.

Washtenaw Chapter

Nurturing Relationships Informal meetings are scheduled throughout the year in Washtenaw, Livingston, and Monroe counties. Discussion topics and activities cover a wide range of subjects related to supporting the families of infants, toddlers and young children. Trainings on specific topics are also offered throughout the year.  We welcome new members at any time! Chapter Officers

Upper Peninsula Association for Infant Mental Health

Supporting Relationships for Infants and Families The Upper Peninsula Association of Infant Mental Health was first organized in 1993 by some of the pioneers in the field in Michigan: Mary K Peterson, Sally Hruska, Ruth Botbyl, Dianne Goodman, Cookie Aho, Lee Carlson, Fran Majestic and Jennifer Cihak. Over the years, chapter goals have been to Learn More →

Southwest Michigan Chapter

Learning and Growing Together If you live or work in the following counties, the SW Chapter may be the right fit for you!  Allegan, Barry, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Kalamazoo, St. Joseph, or Van Buren. Interested in finding out more about the Southwest Chapter?    


MI-AIMH occasionally accepts members from other locations.   Check out Alliance Associations to see if your state is part of The Alliance for the Advancement for Infant Mental Health or contact the Alliance Associate Director.

Northwest Michigan Chapter

Supporting Relationships for Infants, Young Children and Families Mission Statement: Promote healthy social emotional relationships for young children 0-5 and their families Guiding Principle: To emphasize both infancy and early childhood as critical periods of development For more information, check out the Northwest Michigan Chapter Facebook page! Informational Links: TBA/ISD Tri-County Coalition for the Prevention of Child Learn More →

Northern Michigan Chapter

Supporting Relationships for Infants and Families Positions available!! Interested?  Contact MI-AIMH Executive Director.  

Metro-Detroit Association for Infant Mental Health

Supporting Nurturing Relationships The Metro Detroit Association for Infant Mental Health (MD-AIMH) was organized in 1983 to support the work of MI-AIMH and those working with or on behalf of infants, young children, and their families/caregivers.  MD-AIMH seeks to promote and support nurturing relationships and the social-emotional needs of infants and young children. MD-AIMH generally Learn More →

Jackson/Hillsdale Association For Infant Mental Health

Supporting Relationships for Infants and Families JHAIMH is a group comprised of members from several different sectors. Some of the arenas represented in our membership include The Department of Health and Human Services, Community Mental Health practitioners, health care, Early Head Start, and Early On. We have approximately 10-15 active members that meet monthly at Learn More →

Greater Genesee Chapter

Nurturing Relationships. Positions available!! Interested? Contact MI-AIMH Executive Director.

Blue Water Chapter

Supporting Relationships for Infants, Toddlers & their Families. Positions available!! Interested?  Contact MI-AIMH Executive Director.

Capital Area Network for the Early Years

Nurturing Relationships The Capital Area Network for the Early Years (CANEY) is comprised of professionals working on behalf of infants, toddlers, and their families across multidisciplinary areas. CANEY members include early childhood educators, clinical social workers, early intervention specialists, Infant Mental Health specialists, occupational and physical therapists, psychologists, infancy researchers, and professionals dedicated to policy Learn More →

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