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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-05-06

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MAY 15-I6

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Miya's parents Joel and Monni Must and

Miya's sister, Sabrina Must, and

sister, Sabrina, all of Bloomfield Hills

Samantha Gluck of Birmingham

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with emotional and behavioral disor-
Bloomfield. The annual event, which
ders free of charge.
benefits the Southfield-based mental
"We offer safe housing, therapy and
health agency, is held in memory
a warm, friendly
of Miya Must, a
environment," said
young woman who
Kadima's president,
also struggled with
Sandi Tamaroff of
bipolar disorder and
West Bloomfield.
tragically took her
"But our clients
own life at age 28.
are discouraged
Her parents, Monnie
by the level of
and Joel Must of
stigma they face
Bloomfield Hills, and
every day. It's my
other family mem-
hope with a better
bers served as event
understanding of
co-chairs.
mental illness, you
"People who have
can help Kadima's
mental health chal-
clients and others
lenges can recover,"
by stomping out
Newman said. "It
stigma."
doesn't mean you
Kadima sup-
don't experience
porters spotted in
symptoms or don't
the crowd were:
have to take medica- Miya Must's photo near the
Beverly Colman
tion. It means that
speaker's podium
of Bingham Farms;
you learn how to
Judee Lewis, Gail
manage your symp-
Kaplan and Barbara Nickel, all of
toms, follow the treatment regime
West Bloomfield; Debra Abramson
that's best for you and become the
of Orchard Lake; Allison Kaplan,
very best you that you can be."
Kadima offers therapy, employment Anita Taylor and Dr. Stacey
Wittenberg, all of Bloomfield Hills;
services, residential homes and other
Jen Lewis of Birmingham; Joy
support for people living with mental
Levran of Farmington Hills; and
illness. The organization's new child
and adolescent program also provides Deborah Roberts of Huntington
Woods. Li
services to young people diagnosed

For more information about Kadima, to volunteer or make a donation,
call (248) 559-8235 or go to their website: www.KadimaCenter.org .

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