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		                                    Robert Sosnick Family Life Center		                                </span>

We're Always here for you

The Robert Sosnick Family Life Center of Temple Israel provides Temple members and families with the necessary resources to meet life’s challenges. We help individuals and families through crisis intervention, short-term counseling and problem-solving so that families can get the support they need and deserve.

Please look through our list of loving support groups. For more information, email Kari K. Provizer, LMSW, ACSW at or call 248-661-5700.

Support Groups and WOrkshops

For more information about any of these programs, or to register for meetings or events, visit the calendar page.

AA - Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have a drinking problem, or who have struggled with addiction to alcohol in the past. Temple Israel’s AA group meets weekly on Thursday evenings.

Bereavement Support Group

Our group provides a positive, healing environment for those who are grieving. The Bereavement Support Group is led by a trained professional who offers compassion and confidentiality. All sessions are open to the community and free of charge. Please call Temple to verify meeting dates and times.

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Cancer Support Group

Cancer Support group provides a spiritual, therapeutic support group for Jewish cancer patients, survivors, and their family members. A key component of this support group is the exploration of how religious beliefs and practices help patients and their families better cope with all aspects of the cancer experience. Check back soon for more details.

Caregiver Support Group

Facilitated by Malka Torgow and Emily Gordon, LLMSW, this group’s goal is to provide a space for caregivers to share their experiences, learn about resources, and discuss practical strategies for caring for a loved one.

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Divorce Support Group

Our divorce support group offers a unique approach to dealing with divorce. Our focus is about letting go of the past to move forward into a new future. Dates will be determined upon full registration.

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Join us for a relaxing evening of yoga, Qigong and sound therapy to find your balance. We are very fortunate to have Gayle Goodman, a 200 RYT, Sound Therapy and Kundalini yoga certified teacher, lead our group.

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Adult health & fitness is a program that will focus on improving balance, mobility, coordination, flexibility and overall wellness. Through a structured, low impact exercise program performed from both seated and standing positions. 

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Build a support system with people who understand Dementia and other aging challenges. This group is facilitated by Karen Kline, a volunteer community educator for the Alzheimer’s Association Michigan Chapter, and also a former Administrator for a long-term care facility. 

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Are you dealing with challenges as your parents age?

How do I know if my parent needs help?

Come join others who are feeling the same and have an open and supportive conversation with Alyssa Tobias, MSW, CDP.

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In conjunction with the Caring Community, celebrating our 27th year, join us for a summer of great music! Open to the community free of charge. 

See the Full Schedule and RSVP HERE

Partially funded by the Caring Community, the David Arthur Stulberg Memorial Fund, the Harry & Phyllis Kellman Memorial Fund, the Bertha & Harry Kifferstein Senior Adult Programming Fund and the Iwrey Family Special Needs Fund.

Wed, May 22 2024 14 Iyar 5784