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Upcoming Events

Kadima Annual Meeting and Recognition Event

                Event Details The Kadima Annual Meeting and Recognition Event was held on September 6, 2017 at the Great Lakes Culinary Center in Southfield....


Lois Zussman Kadima Golf Classic

The Lois Zussman Kadima Golf Classic supports the Lois and Milton Y. Zussman Activity Center, which provides enrichment programming for clients during the day and weekends.  It is through this...


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Community Reflections

Kadima Welcomes Our Newest Development Team Member

AliAli Huber is excited to join Kadima as its new Development Coordinator.  As the Development/Event Specialist at the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan in Flint, she comes to Kadima with great experience and a desire to continue to grow Kadima's presence in the community.

Written by: Allison Huber

 

I always knew I wanted to be involved with social justice issues in some way, but I wasn’t sure how. I thought, if you’re not going to be a lawyer or social worker, how is your work going to be impactful? During my undergrad, I had the opportunity to be a part of a student led force, fighting for sexual assault and consent education courses on my college campus. I was attending conferences and panels, sitting in on board meetings, meeting survivors, and conversing with students on the topic. During this time I actually felt as though my voice was being heard and others were learning about the issue.

 

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Kadima through the eyes of a JOIN intern

Dustin Feinberg is the 2017 JOIN Intern for Kadima.  Dustin lives in Detroit where he is currently attending Wayne State University as a graduate student in the school of social work.  dustin

Written by:  Dustin Feinberg 

As I near the end of my time as a JOIN intern, I begin to do what is natural in moments like this: reflect upon my experiences and the lessons I learned that I’ll carry with me. Mental illness has been a very important issue to me for a long time. Individuals struggling with mental illness are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country....

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CARFComission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
CARF is an independent nonprofit organization whose focus is to ensure services meet client needs for quality and the best possible outcomes. Kadima’s renewed CARF accreditation in June 2015 states that the agency is “dedicated and committed to improve the quality of the lives of persons served...that services, personnel and documentation clearly indicate an established pattern of practice excellence”.