International Health Fund (IHF)

The Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers International Health Fund was established in 1988 by the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers and various Contractor Associations. It is financed by employer contributions established in collective bargaining agreements between the Union and employers participating in the International Health Fund (IHF).

The Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers International Health Fund is administered by a Board of Trustees consisting of an equal number of representatives of the Union and an equal number of representatives of the employers. They serve without compensation. The Trust Fund is separate from, and not a part of, the International Union or any employers' association. The U.S. Treasury has advised that the Fund is exempt from Federal income taxes under provisions of Section 501(c)(9). You are covered by the Health Plan if you are an employee working under a collective bargaining agreement between an employer and the Union providing for contributions to this Fund. When this booklet refers to "you", it assumes that you are an employee covered by this Plan. Participation is not available to any self-employed person, partner or sole proprietor. 

For further health and welfare questions, please email: healthandwelfarequestions@bacweb.org.

Contact International Health Fund 
620 F Street, NW
Suite 919 
Washington, DC 20004 
Phone: 202-783-3788
Fax: 202-383-3905

IHF Executive Director: Robin Donovick 
Phone: 1-888-880-8222  Fax: 202-383-3905  Email: rdonovick@bacweb.org

Request a Change of Enrollment: enrollmentchange@bacweb.org

Please provide your name, IU Membership Number, and mailing address when requesting information via e-mail.