Loyola Clinical Centers

Loyola Clinical Centers:
Expanding knowledge while extending care

Established in 2003 by Loyola University Maryland, the Loyola Clinical Centers (LCC) provides a range of integrated, affordable services—from audiology and literacy education to speech-language pathology, psychology, and pastoral counseling—to all members of the greater Baltimore community, regardless of their age or ability to pay. The LCC also serves as a valuable clinical training environment for Loyola master’s and doctoral students in these disciplines as well as a hub of interdisciplinary scholarly research by LCC administrators, faculty, and students.

CLINICAL
CENTERS GOAL
$8.89
MILLION
  • LCC services are provided at a cost that is accessible to clients with financial difficulties.

    LCC services are provided at a cost that is accessible to clients with financial difficulties.

  • The Director’s Discretionary Fund, supported by the campaign, will provide faculty and students with a broad range of support, from research materials to clinical equipment.

    The Director’s Discretionary Fund, supported by the campaign, will provide faculty and students with a broad range of support, from research materials to clinical equipment.

  • The Center for Prevention and Rehabilitation of Brain Injury will firmly establish the LCC as a national leader in brain injury and disorders assessment, prevention, and rehabilitation.

    The Center for Prevention and Rehabilitation of Brain Injury will firmly establish the LCC as a national leader in brain injury and disorders assessment, prevention, and rehabilitation.

A whole-person approach to education—and service

The LCC takes a whole-person approach to care, serving clients who often require highly integrated assessment and treatment to manage their health. Adults with brain injuries and disorders exemplify the need for this kind of care, which is why the LCC recently launched an interdisciplinary brain injury and disorder prevention and rehabilitation program. As with all LCC offerings, the program provides services at a cost that is accessible to clients with financial difficulties.

The Bright Minds, Bold Hearts campaign will strengthen the LCC’s ability to serve clients with brain injuries and brain disorders and further enhance its overall commitment to interdisciplinary research, service, and education. Master’s and doctoral students who complete clinical internships at the LCC will gain unique experience working collaboratively across specialties and emerge with skills and knowledge that distinguish them in the professional world and prepare them to lead the health care industry’s shift to greater continuity of care.

Endowment Goals

  • An interdisciplinary chair who will drive the LCC’s vision to become a nationally renowned program recognized for interdisciplinary, integrated, and innovative training and scholarship
  • Center for Prevention and Rehabilitation of Brain Injury that will firmly establish the LCC as a national leader in brain injury and disorders assessment, prevention, and rehabilitation services
  • Graduate fellowships that will help Loyola attract talented master’s and doctoral students who will bolster our reputation for leading-edge scholarship and research
  • Fee Reduction Fund that will offset costs for the 70 percent of LCC clients who need financial support to pay for services provided

Current-Use Goals

  • Director’s Discretionary Fund that will provide as-needed support to a broad range of areas—from a specific discipline or interdisciplinary program within the LCC to technical equipment and material
  • Graduate assistantships that will attract intellectually curious and capable graduate students to support faculty supervisors in their programs and research endeavors 

To learn more giving opportunities for the Loyola Clinical Centers or to make a gift, contact Brent W. Dailey, director of development, at 410-617-2073 or bwdailey@loyola.edu.

 

Giving Back

Hudi Schorr, a doctoral degree student in psychology, has pledged to support the Loyola Clinical Centers' area of greatest need. "I believe in the work that we are doing in the LCC. I wanted to join in the mission not simply as a student clinician, but as a board member and a donor."

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Hudi Schorr