SAINT LUKE INSTITUTE

SAINT LUKE INSTITUTE

Silver Spring, MD 20903
Tax ID52-1082730

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Mission

We are a licensed (JCAHO, State of Maryland) private residential facility and institute for treatment, research and education specializing in promoting the health and well-being of women and men religious, clergy and others involved in church ministry. Clients come from all over the United States and more than 25 other countries. The core values that inspire our mission are compassion, respect, and quality service. Our focus is on health and wellness of the whole person, enabling each individual to live a full and authentically human life that includes encompassing love for others and a sense of being loved, recognizing and giving our gifts in service to others, and living a loving relationship with the mystery we call God.


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