“It feels like everyone is picking on me.”
“Some of my friends are drinking and getting high.”
“I hate my life. I feel lonely, misunderstood, and angry.”
“I’ve been thinking about suicide.”
ReDiscover helps students develop the personal skills needed to cope with challenges while building and maintaining healthy relationships at school and at home.
In addition to drug prevention and wellness promotion, ReDiscover’s School Based Program provides assessment, counseling, and crisis prevention / intervention. For children with behavior disorders or mental illness who are referred by local school counselors, ReDiscover can help with issues that include:
- Anxiety / stress / fear / peer or family problems
- Substance abuse
- Depression / suicide risk
- Discipline problems
- Bullying / violence
Help is available. ReDiscover provides individual & group counseling, case management & family counseling for elementary, middle school, and high school students in coordination with local school districts. Services are available to local school districts, including Lee’s Summit, Grandview, Hickman Mills, Raytown, and Center School District and Hilltop Juvenile Detention Center.
- Substance use prevention services
- Individual & group counseling
- Case management
- Life skills groups
- Family counseling
- Parent consultation services
- Fees Based on ability to pay
- Medicaid, Medicare and most insurance plans accepted
“One in ten young students struggle with a serious problem with depression or drug abuse. Adults who care may be the last to know. ReDiscover helps identify and intervene at early points in emotional disturbances by helping develop comprehensive strategies for resolving these issues with parents, teachers, counselors, and students. ReDiscover is dedicated to the development of school-based mental health programs that are non-stigmatizing and easily accessible to children and their families in the school environment."
Marsha Palmer-Thelwell, Program Leader