Together We Can Change Lives
We believe that everyone should be able to seek the help necessary to live healthy and full lives. ReDiscover annually helps over 9,500 individuals and families receive access to mental health and substance use disorder treatment regardless of their ability to pay. But today, more than ever, our ability to meet the current and future health care needs of our community depends on the generosity of individual private donations.
Delivering On Our Committment
ReDiscover is committed to being the safety net for the most vulnerable in our community. We are building
innovative programs such as the Show Me Zero Youth Suicide Initiative and the Kansas City Assessment and Triage Center to reach those in immediate need of help. At the same time, we continue to enhance
our comprehensive mental health and substance use programs - which provide the backbone of our services - with offerings such as Healthcare Home and our Opioid Treatment Clinics, to help individuals in every
stage of recovery.
We know that recovery is possible when people participate in treatment and supports. Become our partner today and help us change lives.
"I would be institutionalized or dead if I hadn't received help."
Tortured by the memories of emotional and physical abuse she suffered as a child, Gina tried to take her own life. She was hospitalized and diagnosed with PTSD, major depression and schizoaffective disorder. Gina was referred to ReDiscover where she immersed herself in therapy. Today she is healthy and managing her mental illness.
The Power of Your Gift
Each gift has the potential to redefine the future of an individual, family and ultimately a community.
Will pay for a monthly bus pass for a client for transportation to treatment and work.
Pays for one month of medication for an individual affected by a mental illness.
Provides outreach support to a suicidal teenager struggling with suicidal thoughts.
Will provide respite housing and food for a month for a homeless client.
All donations are tax deductible according to law.
Your gift can be an anonymous. Gifts can be in honor or in memory of a special friend or loved one, on a special occasion, or to recognize a special health provider or caregiver.