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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...


Tyler Howard Kadima Mini Golf Classic

    This new Kadima event was developed by Lisa and Jared Rothberger and Kathy and Michael Rothstein as a way to honor their friend, Tyler Howard, who took his life in 2015.  This...


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Community Reflections

Bringing Community Together to Move Forward

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Jared and his wife Lisa, along with friends Kathy and Michael Rothstein, developed the Kadima Tyler Howard Mini Golf Classic, first held in 2018, in honor of their friend Tyler Howard who died by suicide in 2015.  

Written By: Jared Rothberger

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Continuing to Grow Kadima's Impact in our Community

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Gail was a part of the initial team who recognized a community organization like Kadima was needed and has used her clinical experience to offer her perspective on continued services and programming. Serving two terms, Gail was one of Kadima’s first presidents, and thereafter, held a joint-role with a fellow past president during a time of transition. She has been on the Executive Committee for the past 10 years.

Written By: Gail Stewart Berman

As a social worker for 14 years at Jewish Vocational Services (JVS), now JVS Human Services, I continually encountered the need for treating people...

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Latest News

March 2019 Bright Nights Event a Success

Visit the event page here to watch the panel discussion and view the presentation slides.

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Bright Nights: Understanding Depression

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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”.