The challenges of mental health care
December 13, 2015, The Kansas City Star
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ReDiscover Assumes Management Of Opioid Treatment Facility
November 7, 2015, The Lee's Summit Tribune

Effective November 5th, ReDiscover will assume operations of an opioid treatment facility formerly managed by the Samuel U. Rogers Health Center. The Treatment Options Program (TOP), located at 2701 East 31st Street in Kansas City, Missouri will provide medication-assisted treatment for people diagnosed with an opioid use disorder. read more

ReDiscover receives designation as specialized outpatient center for the deaf and hard of hearing
Friday, September 11, 2015, The Lee's Summit Journal

The Missouri Department of Mental Health and ReDiscover recently announced that ReDiscover has been designated as a deaf services specialized outpatient center for the western portion of Missouri.
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Could You Save A Life?
By Stewart Chase
March 14, 2015, The Lee's Summit Tribune

Would you know what to do if your son or daughter was experiencing depression and/or exhibiting signs of self-injury? Would you be able to help a co-worker presenting evidence of PTSD? What would you say to a person you know who says they are thinking about suicide? read more

Healthcare Panel

Healthcare a hot topic
Friday, April 4, 2014, The Lee's Summit Journal

Area healthcare leaders gathered at Truman Medical Center-Lakewood April 2 for the Lee’s Summit Economic Development Council luncheon, discussing updates on their facilities, Medicare and Medicaid, and Lee’s Summit’s role as a larger healthcare employer and corridor. From left, TMC-Lakewood COO Charlie Shields, St. Luke’s East CEO Ron Baker, Lee’s Summit Medical Center interim CEO Pat Kueny and Alan Flory, president and CEO for ReDiscover.


Program curtails visits to emergency rooms
Thursday, January 23, 2014, KCPT

After navigating the brightly lit aisles of the Raytown Wal-Mart, Lance Sharples wheeled a grocery cart to the check-out line one night last week.The clerk made quick work of the items-staples like bananas, hotdogs, frozen pizza, and white bread. You push, man, Sharples told his companion as they headed for the door. It's your food. read more

Mavericks help family score a bountiful holiday
Wednesday, December 18, 2013, The Examiner

A few months ago, team captain Sebastien Thinel was talking about Christmas with Dave Pszenyczny and how the team had adopted a needy family in years past through the counseling agency ReDiscover.
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Woman with mental illness hopes for expansion of Medicaid
Friday, April 5, 2013, Fox 4 News
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Mavs team with ReDiscover to give back
Thursday, December 20, 2012, The Examiner

Ryan Jardine was rounding up his teammates following Thursday morning's practice session. Many of the Missouri Mavericks were putting the finishing touches on the packages and presents they purchased for a family the team had adopted through the ReDiscover mental health facility in Lee's Summit.
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Nonprofit addiction center hurt by weak economy
Monday, October 8, 2012, KSHB Channel 41 Action News
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ReDiscover receives 2012 Business of the Year Award

On May 18 the Lee's Chamber of Commerce awarded ReDiscover the Res In Motus 2012 Business of the Year award in the Magnus (large business) category. To be considered, a business must have a history of good employee relations, perform service to the community and to the Chamber, and be committed to good business practices and prudent business management strategies. It is a great honor to receive this award and a reflection on the hard work of our employees, board and volunteers.

Circle of Hope Program - Positively Changing the Lives of Women

Where do you go when your life has been turned upside down by domestic violence coupled with substance abuse, emotional trauma or psychiatric illness?  Add to the equation the responsibility for children who have been witnesses and/or victims of the domestic violence.  Hope House and ReDiscover answered that call with a special program that links women at Hope House with mental health and substance abuse services at ReDiscover.  read more    program flyer

Hospital Diversion Program - Reaching Those Who Otherwise Might Not Be Served

The Hospital Diversion Initiative is a collaborative effort lead by ReDiscover to divert persons with psychiatric and addiction disorders who are frequenting emergency rooms and inpatient services to alternative services.  This nontraditional approach begins with hospitals identifying patients who meet these criteria and are uninsured or underinsured Jackson County or Kansas City residents.   The Hospital Diversion Team provides immediate response to a hospital’s request for service which can include short-term intensive response (stabilization, respite care) and longer-term support that promotes self-sufficiency (recovery, housing, transportation).   A majority of the clients in this program are below the federal poverty level and many are homeless.  read more