ReDiscover's Residential Substance Use Disorder Services
SOBRIETY + RECOVERY = LIFE

ReDiscover offers comprehensive recovery treatment in a safe residence so that clients can rebuild their lives. We promote sobriety and provide the tools necessary to prevent relapse and improve overall health and wellness.

For men and women who have substance dependency including those with co-occurring disorders such as mental illness and/or physical disability or chronic physical illness, ReDiscover offers residential substance use disorder treatment. Individuals receive day treatment at our outpatient locations and attend Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings out in the community. 

We Provide:
  • Case management
  • Day treatment
  • Individual group counseling
  • Aftercare
  • Psychiatric services
  • Meals
  • Transportation
Program Features:
  • Safe, drug and alcohol-free residence
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Relapse prevention
COED HOUSING

ReDiscover provides residential housing for men and women (age 18 and over) in recovery from substance use disorders. Housing is available for up to 30 days in this nine-bedroom home located in Kansas City. Residents receive day treatment at our Lee's Summit location with transportation provided by ReDiscover.

FRIENDSHIP HOUSE

Located in the Hyde Park area of Kansas City, Missouri, Friendship House serves women and women with children during the first 30 days of recovery. Friendship House has eight family style bedrooms, on site laundry, a full-service kitchen and an outdoor playground. Residents receive day treatment at our Linwood location with transportation provided by ReDiscover.

CATHERINE'S PLACE

Catherine's Place provides up to six months transitional housing for women and women with children. Located next door to Friendship House in Kansas City, Missouri, the home has eight family style bedrooms, on site laundry, a full-service kitchen and an outdoor playground. Residents receive day treatment at our Linwood location with transportation provided by ReDiscover.