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Kadima Ambassador Network Events

  Check back soon for details on our upcoming event! Our last event was a great success. View our Past Events and Photo Galleries Craft at Bastone Royal Oak - September 29, 2016   For more...

Healthy Body/Healthy Mind

More than 150 women joined Kadima on April 17 for the 2016 Healthy Body Healthy Mind Event at The Townsend in Birmingham. Participants sought balance with Citizen Yoga Founder Kacee Must through a...

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Community Reflections

Mental Health Requires a Whole Person Approach

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Priscilla Garrett is the Integrated Care Manager for Kadima’s Integrated Health Care Initiative, launched in 2016 and made possible by a $205,500 three-year grant from The Jewish Fund. She joined Kadima as a direct care worker in 2013 and was promoted upon completion of her board certification in 2016.

By Priscilla Garrett

Before I came back to Michigan to go to school, I worked at a group facility in Dallas. It inspired my desire to continue working in a group environment and supporting individuals who may traditionally be overlooked in the community. It didn’t take long to fall in love with Kadima and our clients...

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Life of a Kadima Intern: Week Four

By Amanda Goodman

As I started my last post right at the start of day one, without a clue of what I was in for, with four weeks of experience, I am still learning my way around. One thing I can say with absolute certainty is every single day is truly unpredictable. If you are anything like me, who has the attention span of a young child, unpredictable experiences are highly valued.

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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”.