Access to Health Care

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 offers medical services with access to affordable prescription medication. Laboratory work is provided by Ascension Providence Hospital. Project Bismutha is open to eligible adult members of the Metro Detroit Iraqi Christian community who are:
  • 18 years of age and older
  • 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
  • Medication Access
  • Maintenance of chronic health challenges
  • Lab Services
For more information, visit or call 586-722-7278.  

Project Bismutha Provided:

in-kind services
$147,500 worth of in-kind services
Physician appointments
548 Physician appointments
Prescription values
1,917 Prescriptions valued in excess of $7,330
lab work
$35,288 Worth of lab work thanks to a generous grant from Ascension