Madraigos Midwest supports and enhances the emotional, social and spiritual health of adolescents, young adults and their families with an array of innovative prevention and intervention programs and services. We guide, encourage and uplift youth to reach their potential – Step by Step.
Madraigos youth programs, from fitness related activities to trips stimulating discussions foster proper self-image and appropriate societal outlook in a safe and nurturing environment.
The Madraigos clinical staff combines broad knowledge and experience with overarching compassion and sensitivity, to provide the community with an invaluable resource.
Madraigos Youth Programs are designed to support and uplift teens and pre-teens through a variety of engaging activities. When children feel productive and energized they are motivated to act in a healthy way.
Whether for a family in the throes of a crisis in desperate need of help or for parents looking to proactively equip themselves with knowledge and strategies – Madraigos stands ready to provide support and guidance.
What people are saying
about Madraigos Midwest:
Thank you so much for the wonderful support group. I have gotten a lot of good tips that I implemented into my life. I gain strength from other parents’ experiences and try to give support as well. I love the fact that Dr. Jerry Lob is the mediator.Support Group Attendee
Madraigos has successfully filled a void in our community. Their outstanding “Big Sister” program has had great impact on many JDBY talmidos, and students of other area day schools, providing the girls with fun, enriching and individualized relationships with an older role model. Mrs. Rachie Karesh is a pleasure to work with and we greatly appreciate her professionalism and dedication to the children of the community.Mrs. Ahuva Wainhaus, Menaheles of Joan Dachs Beis Yaakov
Some kids are emotionally troubled to the point where it takes more than a mentor relationship; they need to have psychotherapeutic intervention. Madraigos is capable of doing that as well in a clinically relevant way.Dr. John Conlin, clinical psychologist for the Northfield Police Dept.