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Transitional Living Program for Young Adults (TLP)

If you are a young adult with a mental illness and you have "aged out" of the foster care system or can no longer live in a children’s group home, ReDiscover has a safe place for you to start your life as an adult.

At ReDiscover, our job is to change lives. We help people of all ages learn to understand, manage, and cope with the reality of living successfully with a mental illness.

ReDiscover offers life skill training in a supervised apartment setting for the young adult, age 18 to 24 who has a mental illness, lacks a place to live, and requires adequate financial and social support to make a successful transition to becoming a responsible, independent adult.

Case management, medication management, and support for young adults with serious mental illnesses including:

  • Bipolar disorder
  • Major depression
  • Schizophrenia

Program Features                                                                                                 Transitional Living

  • Supervised housing
  • Individual counseling
  • Psychiatric evaluations and medication management, as needed
  • Case management
  • Vocational / educational support
  • Life skills groups
  • Young adults (ages 18 to 24)
  • Medicaid, Medicare and most insurance plans accepted
  • Fees based on ability to pay
“The teen years are a time of transition for everyone. This is especially true for young adults with mental illness such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or depression. ReDiscover’s Transitional Living Program helps young people with mental illnesses take responsibility for living life independently, including managing their own unique mental health care needs. ReDiscover is one of the only Transitional Living Programs in the state of Missouri specializing in youth with mental illness.  ReDiscover doesn’t stop services when the child is declared an adult by the state and loses his or her state funding from Children’s Services.”  
April Schafersman, Program Leader