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Kadima Community Awards Night

  **Update: Registration has now closed. Walk-ins are welcome at the door, but please be advised that space is limited.                  Kadima’s...


Bright Nights: Understanding Bipolar Disorder

Event Details  On April 25th, over 150 people attended the Bright Nights Community Forum Series event titled, “Understanding Bipolar Disorder” held at Congregation Shaarey Zedek. The event...


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Community Reflections

A Night to Celebrate and Inspire Moving Forward Together

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Written By: Eric Adelman

 

Recently, we celebrated my favorite night of the year: Kadima’s Community Awards Night. As the start of a new year for Kadima, it is opportunity to reflect on how far we’ve come and what we have planned ahead. It is an evening that inspires me, long after the celebration....

 

 

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More Than a Diagnosis- Reflections from a JOIN Intern

DaliaDalia Rubenstein is the 2018 JOIN Intern for Kadima. Dalia is going to be a junior at Michigan State University and is studying Psychology.

 

Written by: Dalia Rubenstein 

Kadima means forward and that’s exactly what this internship did; it helped me to move forward. Lessons I’ve learned here will stick with me when I’m moving on to a career after college. I knew I wanted to have an internship this summer and being that I’m passionate about mental health advocacy, I thought Kadima would be a good fit for me. I was right....

 

 

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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”.