The Chaldean & Middle Eastern Social Services(CMSS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that has been serving San Diego Iraqi and Middle Eastern refugee and immigrant community since 2005.
Our programs are funded by the government sector(federal, state, county, and city), corporations, foundations, coordinating agencies, associations, and individuals such as MHSA, ORR, SDG&E, UPAC, CALFRESH, NAMI, Headstart, Cuyumaca college, and private donors.
CMSS's VERY OWN MEDICAL CLINIC IS NOW OPEN TO SERVE THE COMMUNITY!
CMSS Clinic Mission Statement: To resolve, sustain and enhance the health and development of all our clients through excellence in care, education, and advocacy.
CMSS Community Clinic ensures that primary health services are available and accessible during all life cycles, regardless of ability to pay, by utilizing a sliding fee scale and providing culturally and linguistically appropriate services, enabling services, outreach activities, eligibility assistance, and health education.
The mission of the Chaldean and Middle- Eastern Social Services is to help communities maximize their potential toward a better way of life, as well as to facilitate assimilation and educate Chaldeans and Middle Easterners into American society by providing them with the tools and programs necessary for success.