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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Health, Hospitals, Human Services, Religion, Roman Catholic, Specialty Hospitals, Victims Services

Mission: The mission of Divine Mercy Care is to "transform hearts through healthcare." Divine Mercy Care provides excellent medical care to all by remaining faithful to the moral and ethical teachings of the Catholic Church while providing medical care to the poor - particularly women in financial distress and/or those in crisis pregnancies. In 2009, more than $352,000 of charity care was provided to 216 women and their unborn babies.

Results: Lots of healthy babies and very happy moms and dads!

Target demographics: Divine Mercy Care serves women all over the greater Washington, DC metro area from teenagers to octogenarians ... lots of pregnant women who drive long distances for our great doctors and our noble mission.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 216 charity care patients in 2009 ...

Geographic areas served: DC metro area (includes DC, VA, MD, PA and WV)

Programs: Tepeyac Family Center Perinatal Hospice Program Baby Basket Program

Community Stories

13 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 3

I have worked as a Labor Doula with clients from Tepeyac Family Center for over 12 years. This practice encourages their clients to have labor doulas with them to help them have a more satisfying birth experience. They have always been very kind to me as a doula and always included me in the conversations with the client when decisions needed to be made and even asked if I had any other ideas that would be helpful. I do recommend this practice. They are very open to large families and are more flexible to mommy's wishes and desires then many other practices.


Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

We need more organizations like this. Divine Mercy is healthcare that supports the body, mind and spirit of its patients. It is so refreshing to see medical groups that go beyond the science of medicine to treat the the patient as a human person, not as a constellation of symptoms.