CAAHP—Project Bismutha

CAAHP—Project Bismutha

The Chaldean Community Foundation in affiliation with the Chaldean American Association for Health Professionals (CAAHP) provides free and low-cost medical services for uninsured Iraqi Christians through Project Bismutha. CAAHP’s compassionate-care of volunteer healthcare networks offer medical, coordinated-care on mental health with access to affordable prescription medication and dental services. Laboratory work is provided by St. John Providence Health System. (Funded entirely through community donations).

Project Bismutha is open to eligible adult members of the Metro Detroit Iraqi Christian community who are:

  • Between the ages of 19 and 64 years old
  • Completely medically uninsured
  • Meet the financial eligibility guidelines
  • Not eligible for Medicaid or Medicare
  • Legal residents of the United States

Available Services include:

  • Primary and preventative healthcare
  • Management of common medical problems
  • Maintenance of chronic health challenges
  • Access to discount prescription medication

For more information, visit  or call 586-722-7278.


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