MISSION & INITIATIVES

The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare, Princeton, NJ, (ISH), is pioneering evidence-based research on the efficacy of an integrative health model to deliver improved healing, rehabilitative, aesthetic improvement & anti-aging outcomes.

Preliminary research studies conducted over the past decade have produced a compelling body of evidence that suggests augmenting modern care with evidence-based non-invasive Spiritually-Based Interventions (SBIs), holds substantial promise to deliver improved health outcomes and satisfaction. 

Past research studies at the Institute were made possible through philanthropic support provided by the Institute’s enlightened patrons, partners, the public, and members.

Further research is required to advance scientific knowledge and further understanding of the processes, mechanisms, and interventions that have demonstrated the capacity to deliver immediate healing, rehabilitative, aesthetic improvement, and anti-aging benefits.

The Institute is actively developing strategic relationships with leading research and training institutions, and partners that wish to meet the rapidly-increasing demand of healthcare consumers who seek an integrated approach to their care.

These strategic relationships provide the requisite philanthropic support to further the Institute’s mission to:

–conduct further research studies

–underwrite the development of training programs

educate the public and healthcare professionals on the new evidence supporting the health benefits of an integrative health model

Philanthropic support from enlightened donors, strategic partners, the public, and members make possible sustaining and retaining the Institute’s pioneering research staff and advisory boards. The Institute’s team of advisors is comprised of internationally recognized scientists, physicians, chaplains, and archivists. This support makes possible the Institute’s ability to engage top legal professionals, business executives, and CPAs with decades of expertise, ensuring adherence best practices in the nonprofit sector. 

General philanthropic support makes possible the Institute’s ability to engage legal professionals, business executives, and CPAs with decades of expertise, ensuring adherence best practices in the nonprofit sector.

The Institute is located on the DSP Campus at Carnegie Center, situated within the center of corporate headquarters for major corporations, laboratories, and universities of the Princeton and greater global communities. Known for innovation and home to Fortune 50 medical and pharmaceutical companies, Princeton University, and other cutting-edge academic and research facilities, Princeton, NJ provides the ideal location and environment for the Institute for Spirituality & Healthcare to realize its mission.

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INSTITUTE FOR SPIRITUALITY & HEALTHCARE, PRINCETON, NJ
301 Carnegie Center Drive, #104
Princeton, NJ 08540

Disclaimer: The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare, Princeton, NJ, is a publicly supported 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization, incorporated in 2012, for educational, scientific, research, literary, religious, and charitable purposes. The Institute is not a healthcare facility or a healthcare provider. Traditional Spiritually-Based practices and interventions are not to be used as a substitute for medical care. The Institute’s staff, scientists, chaplains, advisors, members, students, interns, and volunteers do not diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The Institute for Spirituality and Healthcare limits the scope of its research to exploring the potential health, aesthetic improvement, and anti-aging benefits of Spiritual Care. The Institute’s staff and students limit their care to ministering solely through spiritual means, without the use of any drug or material remedy. You are solely responsible for continuing with your primary medical provider. The statements and information included on this website and affiliated social media regarding health benefits documented as a result of integrating Traditional Spiritually-Based Practices and Interventions into care have not been evaluated by the FDA. The use of this website and affiliated social media is purely for informational purposes and is not to be construed as a source of healthcare advice. The Institute for Spirituality & Healthcare, Princeton is not affiliated with Princeton University. Copyright © 2012-2019 Institute for Spirituality & Healthcare, Princeton, NJ. All Rights Reserved. Legal Notice.