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Creative Expressions: Frame of Mind

  We invite you to learn more about the Creative Expression Program:    Watch this video! #TurningtotheArts    View the art above or click through each piece   ...


Lois Zussman Kadima Golf Classic

  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Lois Zussman Kadima Golf Classic scheduled for July 13, 2020 has been postponed to 2021. Although we must postpone, we still need your support! This...


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Community Reflections

From Skeptic to Convert: Embracing Creative Expressions

Headshot Photo for JN

 

 Mikel is the director of community arts partnerships at for the College for Creative Studies. In collaboration with Kadima Board Member/Creative Expressions Council Chair Barbara Kratchman, he helped build the art and photography curriculum for Creative Expressions.

Written By: Mikel Bresee

 

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At Kadima, There's a Place for You

Barb headShotA nurse in Metro Detroit, Barb has seen firsthand how mental health affects individuals in the community. She was motivated to provide her support for Kadima by a close friend serving on Kadima’s board of directors whose adult children were coping with mental health challenges. She began her service on the Healthy Body Healthy Mind committee and later joined the board. She also serves on the Tyler Howard Mini Golf Classic and Gardening committees.

Written By: Barb Schwartz

"Mental health is an issue affecting us all, whether it is you personally, a family member, a friend or a “friend of a friend"... 

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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”.