Kadima provides a continuum of residential, clinical and educational/outreach programs for members of the community with mental health challenges.

Kadima provides individual therapeutic support to all clients interested in receiving services. Individual services are tailored to the needs of the person served and may include everything from supportive listening to evidenced based best practices determined by diagnosis. Kadima also offers a wide spectrum of therapeutic support groups for clients, friend and family of Kadima. Therapeutic support groups at Kadima are predicated on the theory and practice that the best support comes from those with lived experience. Groups are led and/or supervised by licensed master’s prepared clinicians; and content for groups is based on a combination of client input and evidence based practice. 


Individual Counseling

Kadima provides clinical services, both individually and in groups for Kadima clients and their family members, as well as for community members seeking outpatient therapy. Master’s level social workers and counselors are available to provide clinical services for individuals on all mental health-related issues.


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Family Counseling

Therapists are available to help families improve communication and interpersonal relationships, develop skills to help children diagnosed with emotional challenges, provide sibling support and other family-related support topics.


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Kadima develops support groups as needs arise. Some groups are held at the Kadima administrative office in Southfield and others are held in partnership with local religious or community organizations.

Groups Open to the Community

Friends and Family Group

The Kadima Friends and Family Group provides support for caregivers that are taking care of a loved one who has a mental health challenge. The individual does not have to have a loved one as a Kadima client in order to participate. The Kadima Friends and Family Group provides an opportunity for parents, siblings, spouses, children and other caregivers to share their story and learn from others experiences. The group provides an opportunity to learn about Kadima’s services, as well as many other community resources.

The Kadima Friends and Family Group meets at Kadima on the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Walk ins are welcome. If you are interested in learning more, please contact:

Groups for People We Serve

Kadima continues to establish many types of support and educational groups for clients as needs and interests arise.  Current groups include the following:

  • Coping With Emotions
  • Young Adult Group
  • Chair Yoga
  • Articipate
  • Current Events
  • Sports Talk
  • Kadima Book Club
  • Computer Learning Class 


To learn more or to register for a group contact Elaine Kahn, LMSW, Clinical therapist, at 248-233-4344 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.