Friendship House: Acceptance, Community & Hope

Hundreds of individuals living in isolation from addiction, grief and mental illness find a path forward at the Friendship House.

In the early 1990s, a young man by the name of Daniel Sobel, who was struggling with mental illness and addiction, was introduced to a local rabbi. After searching for help, Daniel’s parents found hope and a lifelong friendship for their son through Rabbi Yitschak Meir Kagan. Daniel would lose his battle with addiction, but his legacy would become the Friendship House, a community support center based in West Bloomfield, the inaugural program of The Friendship Circle.

Through the negative of addiction, we found Friendship House. And through my wife’s death, Josh found recovery.

Thank you to Joey and Josh Roberts for sharing your story with our community. Through the negative of…

Bassie and Levi Shemtov

Coming Full Circle

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Friendship House: Acceptance, Community & Hope

Hundreds of individuals living in isolation from addiction, grief and mental illness find a path forward at the…

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