1555 NE Rice Road
Lees Summit MO 64086
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 966-0900
Mission Statement

The mission of ReDiscover is to deliver mental health and substance use disorder services to help individuals and families achieve healthier and more productive lives.

We will accomplish this by:

  • Providing comprehensive and individualized services in an extensive geographic area of multicultural communities.
  • Establishing partnerships, collaborations and strategic alliances to advance our mission.
  • Providing education and support to individuals, families, and the community.
  • Recruiting and retaining the highest quality staff.
  • Advocating for access, resources and the highest standards of care. 
  • Assuring long-term financial sustainability of the organization.
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Alan Flory
Board Chair Timothy Duncan
Board Chair Company Affiliation Mariner Retirement Advisors
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1969
Former Names
Research Mental Health Services
Southeast Jackson County Community Mental Health Center
Financial Summary
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Mission Statement

The mission of ReDiscover is to deliver mental health and substance use disorder services to help individuals and families achieve healthier and more productive lives.

We will accomplish this by:

  • Providing comprehensive and individualized services in an extensive geographic area of multicultural communities.
  • Establishing partnerships, collaborations and strategic alliances to advance our mission.
  • Providing education and support to individuals, families, and the community.
  • Recruiting and retaining the highest quality staff.
  • Advocating for access, resources and the highest standards of care. 
  • Assuring long-term financial sustainability of the organization.
Background Statement
ReDiscover was founded in 1969 to address the need for community-based mental health services as an alternative to hospitalization. Services are provided to persons who are indigent, uninsured or underinsured as well as individuals with private payer sources. Individuals are targeted for comprehensive treatment to maximize their ability to live independent, productive lives. Service provision includes: individual, group and family therapy; psychiatric evaluation and rehabilitation; medication management; crisis intervention; acute day treatment; health care assessment and care coordination; and on-site pharmacy services.
Annually, ReDiscover serves 10,00 individuals, 84% of which live below the federal poverty level. Financial reimbursements are contractual and are derived from private insurance providers including Humana, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Coventry, United HealthCare and a number of others. Public funding is also contractual and includes the MO Department of Mental Health (DMH), Jackson County Community Mental Health Fund, COMBAT (County funding for drug abuse), Missouri Health Net (Medicaid) and Medicare. These funding streams are fee-for-service or prospective payment systems. Funding is also received in the form of grants from local foundations. Pharmacy services are contractual. ReDiscover’s community initiatives are designed to work with area agencies including the schools, police, shelters, and local government to assist in reducing symptoms, preventing relapse and addressing health disparities.
ReDiscover’s Board is composed of diverse leaders from a variety of sectors, including business, finance, legal, government and medicine. The board is the principal policy-making body and is bound to its responsibilities under its charter and by-laws. ReDiscover employs 600 staff including psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, social workers, psychologists, physician, rehabilitation practitioners, and administrative staff.
ReDiscover has a 49 year history of serving the diverse needs of clients. Mental health staff are licensed, qualified mental health professionals. Nursing staff are licensed and certified in Missouri. The agency is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), licensed by local and state authorities and is a certified provider of the MO DMH and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services.
Impact Statement

ReDiscover, a nonprofit community mental health center, provides comprehensive programs and services for individuals affected by mental illnesses and addictions and traumatic life experiences.

Our nearly 50-year legacy of providing innovative, comprehensive and compassionate care has helped hundreds of thousands of people remain or re-engage as stable, productive members of the community.  On an average day, we help 2,000 people across 14 clinic locations.
We provide integrated, compassionate care across a continuum of addiction, psychiatric and medical services for individuals and families. This includes fully integrated behavioral health services including psychiatric stabilization and detoxification services, crisis respite response teams and outpatient services.
Our team helps nearly 37,000 people annually work toward their mental health and wellness goals. Our full spectrum of services allows us to identify and respond to each person's specific needs, helping prevent crises and effectively transitioning people into stable, productive members of the community.  Services are provided to individuals at their most vulnerable, including those in need of immediate treatment, basic housing and ongoing services. 
ReDiscover provides measurable value, representing both cost-effective and efficient behavioral health care and support for tens of thousands of people every year.  Our comprehensive continuum of care approach reduces or contains costs and promotes sustainability for our clients by:
  1. Preventing hospitalizations, criminal justice involvement, homelessness and unemployment
  2. Emphasizing ambulatory outpatient rather than costly inpatient services where possible
  3. Focusing on putting people back to work moving them from public-funded benefits to gainful employment
  4. Helping families stay together, kids stay in school and parents stay employed 
Needs Statement

Top Five Pressing Needs: 

  1. Demand for services exceeds capacity.
  2. Serving individuals who earn too much income to qualify for Medicaid but too little to afford insurance.
  3. Integrating care to serve the whole person (finding primary care and oral care access for individuals we serve)
  4. Stigma reduction
  5. Enhancing community supports (schools, police, shelters, courts, etc.,) to provide wrap-around support needed by those we serve
Service Categories
Mental Health Treatment
Areas of Service
MO - Jackson County
MO - Eastern Jackson Co
ReDiscover serves residents of Jackson County, Missouri.
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement In 1969, a group of forward thinking community leaders met in a church basement to determine how to best provide services for persons with mental illness.  The result was the creation of Southeastern Jackson County Community Mental Health Center. Shortly, thereafter, the center became an agency of the MO Department of Mental Health.  In 2003, the name was changed to ReDiscover.     
Description ReDiscover provides 24/7 crisis & access intervention available to individuals family members or community members by phone, hospital emergency rooms, home or community site. Experienced staff can provide education on mental illness or substance dependency, refer a person to appropriate services like ReDiscover or other community organizations or in extreme emergencies arrange for hospitalization or immediate treatment. These staff work closely with police to handle crisisies.
Program Budget $1,400,000.00
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Crisis Intervention Programs
Population Served Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers, At-Risk Populations, Adults
Short-Term Success

Short term successes include 

  •  Responding rapidly to crisis & access request.
  • Assisting police and others in successfully managing crisis situation.
  •  Creating a collaborative relationship with community organizations.
Long-Term Success

Long term success includes:

  • Creating a responsive system for persons in a crisis situation or who need access to services.
  • Improving community understanding of mental illness & substance dependency.
  • Educating key referral sources on identifying persons with mental illness and/or substance dependency & working with these individuals. 
  • Decreasing the use of jail as a treatment service for persons with mental illness and/or substance dependency.
Program Success Monitored By

The following methods are used to monitor this program:

  • Internal tracking of time from contact to delivery of services or referral.
  • External tracking of successful outcomes of contact with others for crisis intervention.
Examples of Program Success

Examples or evidence of success include:

  • 85% of crisis & access intervention contacts are evaluated, provided education or referred to another resource within 72 hours.
  • 95% of persons referred to ReDiscover receive initial assessment within 6 working days.
Description ReDiscover’s Adult & Family Services provides outpatient therapy & medication management to children, adults & families. In-home case management & therapy are provided for children who are severely emotionally disturbed. Case management & counseling are provided in schools for children& families who need support with life skills, behavior problems & community connections. Substance Abuse prevention education is also provided in schools & Family Court detention facility.
Program Budget $3,300,000.00
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Outpatient Mental Health Treatment
Population Served Children and Youth (0 - 19 years), Adults, Families
Short-Term Success

The primary program indicator is decreased mental illness symptomology measured from baseline to annual.  Short term measures of success are:

  • Participating in individualized treatment plan.
  • Taking medication as prescribed & following-up with required tests.
  •  Participating in school, work or other recommended activities.
Long-Term Success

Long term measures of success are:

Keeping individuals in their community

  • Improving individual’s and/or families’ ability to function well at home, school & work.
  • Decreasing hospitalization.
  • Decreasing school drop out rates & school violence.
Program Success Monitored By

Tools used to monitor this program include but are not limited to:

  • Global Assessment of Functioning
  • Monitoring of kept appointments.
  • School reports or individual care plan reports
Examples of Program Success

Examples or evidence of program success includes:

  • 75% of children will remain in-home versus residential treatment.
  • 65% will improve life skills
  • 70% of adults will reduce presenting symptoms.
  • 70% of children will decrease presenting symptoms.
Description ReDiscover provides services for persons with severe & long term mental illness. The majority of these clients have schizophrenia, recurrent major depression, bi-polar disorder, and/or other severe illnesses. With a new generation of psychotropic medications & aggressive community support, these clients can live independently, maintain jobs & continue their education. Services can include case management, psychosocial rehabilitation, medication services, vocational rehab, housing assistance & independent living skills.
Program Budget $4,500,000.00
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Mental Health Treatment
Population Served Adults, ,
Short-Term Success

Short term success includes:

  • Actively participating in individualized care plan.
  • Learning life & social skills needed to remain in the community.
  • Keeping with MD appointment & taking medications as prescribed.
  • Following up with community/collaborative organizations.
Long-Term Success

Long term success includes: 

  • Maintaining life & social skills to be able to remain in the community,
  • Following medication regime necessary to control mental illness.
  • Decreasing hospitalizations, institutionalization & incarceration.
Program Success Monitored By

Project outcomes include: client retention; decreases in depressive or anxiety symptoms; reduced hospitalizations; increase in attainment of treatment goals; reduced client alcohol consumption; reduced client drug use; overall imporvements in physical well-being; increased/retained employment; increased/maintained stable housing; increased social skills functioing; and client reduction in crime/violence.  Program success is monitored using the following tools:

  •  Monitoring of success on individualized care plans.
  • Evaluating client satisfaction surveys.
  • Tracking hospitalization, institutionalization, incarceration, job placement & housing.
  • Evaluating peer support through group evaluation.
  •  Evaluating work with collaborative organizations.
Examples of Program Success

Examples or evidence of program success include:


  • 75% of clients will remain in their home versus hospital or institution.
  • 25% of clients will be employed, at least part-time, or be active in volunteer program(s).
  • 60% of clients will live independently.
Description Substance Abuse Programs provide residential & outpatient treatment for women with children, women & men. Services include individual & group counseling,psycho-educational groups, skill building groups, parenting classes, family therapy, case management services, child care services for birth to age 12, transportation & access to medical care. Specialized services include gender specific treatment, treatment for co-occurring disorders, anger management classes, and sexual survivors counseling. Treatment focuses on the holistic aspects of recovery. Clients are encouraged to attend self-help meetings in the community. Families, children & adults, are involved in learning skills to help an individual to cope with substance dependency in the community. Probation & parole staff are also involved as part of treatment team. Over 70% of our clients have co-occurring disorders (substance dependency & mental Illness). Many of our clients have physical disabilities.
Program Budget $4,500,000.00
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
Population Served Alcohol, Drug, Substance Abusers, Adults,
Short-Term Success Program outcomes include: absitnence from drug use and alcohol abuse; decreased mental illness symptomology; decreased criminal justice involvement; increased stability in housing; increased social supports/social connectedness; increased accesss to services; increased retention in sustance abuse services; increased employment and/or vocational status.
Long-Term Success

Measures for long term success include:

Remaining drug free during the program & develop skills for lifestyle of recovery.

  • Regaining or maintaining custody of child(ren).
  • Become a productive contributing member of their community.
  • Securing safe and affordable housing.
  • Obtain employment or began a school program to further their education.        
  • Decrease involvement in the legal system.
Program Success Monitored By

Progress is monitored using several methods. These methods include but are not limited to:

  • Internal records of participation in classes.
  • Reports required by Family Drug Court.
  • Pre-test, routine testing & random drug testing.
  • Individual care plans evaluations, initially every week than semi-monthly.
  • Evaluations from social service agencies that collaborate on individual client’s services.  
  • Outcomes reports focused on increase employment, decreased legal issues, and improvement in daily functioning.
Examples of Program Success
  • Desired outcomes include:
    85% of clients will regain or maintain custody of child(ren) after completing steps required by Family Drug Court.
  • 75% of clients will remain substance abuse free & functioning in his/her community six months after discharge.
  • 72% of clients will successfully pass substance abuse screening tests.
Description Partial Hospital Program is an intensive, acute day-long outpatient program for adults with a serious mental health crisis. Our goal is to provide intensive community based services & to prevent hospitalization or institutionalization during a period of crisis.
Program Budget $400,000.00
Category Mental Health, Substance Abuse Programs, General/other Outpatient Mental Health Treatment
Population Served Adults, ,
Short-Term Success Short term success is measured by a persons being able to attend the program as scheduled, actively participate in individual & group sessions and modify or change risky behavior or activities. When a patient enters this program, he/she is assessed by MD/Psychiatrist, RN, Qualified Mental Health Professional, Case Manager and Registered Art Therapist. An individualized treatment plan is developed between the person and this team. One of the tools used in this process is Modified Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale. The treatment team meets daily to evaluate individual & group progress. Family members & community resources are also included in this plan especially the after-care plan.
Long-Term Success Long term success is measured by an individual, after discharge, being able to maintain a job, live independently and avoid hospitalization or institutionalization.
Program Success Monitored By Various methods are used for monitoring success. The Modified Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale ranks 22 items for degree of severity from 1 (not present) to 7 (very severe). This scale is given at admission & discharge. Customer Satisfaction survey is sent to participants within 30 days of discharge. Our treatment team meets daily to evaluate each person’s progress towards his/her individualized treatment plan. This plan is adapted when needed for this person to be successful. The client, family & community resources are also involved in this process.
Examples of Program Success Program outcomes include: reduced hospitalization; reduction or elimination of acute symptoms; improvements in cognitive processes; and improvements in functional role performance.
CEO Comments

ReDiscover’s programs are evaluated internally and externally on a regular basis, through various funders, national accreditation, plus client and referral reviews. This information is used to improve programs. If an internal problem or incident, this situation is evaluated immediately by the Program Manager, Safety Committee, or other internal committees. The results are reviewed by Clinical Leaders with a report to Board Executive Committee. An annual report is published and distributed to the public. Community newsletters are published and distributed to the public. ReDiscover maintains a website ( that includes program updates.

Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mr. Alan Flory
Term Start July 1994
Compensation $200,001 - Plus
Experience Alan has a Masters Degree in Counseling and over forty years experience in behavioral health field. He has been CEO of ReDiscover since 1994. He is active in Missouri Coalition of Community Mental Health Centers, Health Care Foundation board, Lee's Summit Chamber of Commerce, Grandview Chamber of Commerce, Lee's Summit Civic Roundtable, New Directions Provider Committee, & others. 
Co-CEO/Executive Director
Term Start 0
Compensation Last Year
Former CEOs
Ms. Shirley Fearon Nov 1976 - July 1994
Mr. Ray Morgan Oct 1973 - Oct 1976
Senior Staff
Title Senior Vice President

Stewart has a Bachelors Degree in Finance and a Master Degree in Computer Resources. He has worked over twenty-five years in the healthcare industry, spending the last 17 years in the behavioral health sector. He is currently the Senior Vice President of ReDiscover. He is active in the Department of Behavioral Health CPS State Advisory Council, Missouri Coalition of Community Mental Health Centers, Raytown Chamber of Commerce, and the Lee’s Summit Healthcare Advisory Board.

Title Medical Director

 Dr. Wubbenhorst received his undergraduate at Central Missouri State University (now UCM). He attended Medical School at University of Health Sciences (now Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences). He did his residency and fellowship at KU Medical Center and has been in practice since 2004. He is currently practicing at ReDiscover as a child psychiatrist as well as the agency’s Medical Director.

Title Clinical Director

Jean Schweer has worked in mental health treatment for over 30 years. She has a master of science degree and has continued to pursue education on new treatment philosophy and methods and has implemented new services at ReDiscover. She is active in the Missouri Coalition of Community Mental Health Centers, Mid-America Regional Council and other state and regional work groups.

Title Vice President of Quality Business Development

Mrs. Robbins-Gregory she is responsible for quality assurance, implementation of best practices and regulatory compliance; development and improvement of structures, processes and services; development and advancement of staff education, recruitment and retention practices; revenue growth; and design and execution of communications and marketing strategies. Specializing in criminal justice, wellness, mental health and social services, she is experienced in leveraging county, state, federal and private dollars to expand service delivery across the Greater Kansas City area. Appointed Clinical Instructor at the UMKC School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry in 2003, Danielle serves as both a statistics instructor and community grant developer.

Title Clinical Director

Marsha Page-White, LCSW has been with ReDiscover for the past 20 years. Marsha started as a counselor in 1994 and then transitioned to the Program Manager of Alt-Care when it started in 1997. In 2007, Marsha became the Clinical Director of Substance Abuse Services. Marsha currently manages all the substance abuse services for ReDiscover and directly oversees the Alt-Care program. Marsha has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and one in Family Life/Human Development and a Master’s Degree in Social Work.

Title Clinical Director

Marsha Palmer-Thelwell is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience in mental health, social services, adoption and early childhood education.  She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Oklahoma.


Currently she is the Clinical Director of Children’s Services for ReDiscover. She supervises therapists, case managers and substance abuse prevention specialists that provide services to students in ReDiscover’s catchment area including Lee’s Summit, Grandview and Hickman Mills school districts. 


Marsha has extensive experience working with a wide spectrum of children, adults and families in a variety of settings.  She has developed and implemented programs locally and also during the time she lived in California.  She has served on several community-based committees, advisory councils and boards throughout the Kansas City area.

Title Vice President of Clinical Services
Experience/Biography Lauren Moyer is a skilled, action-oriented professional leader with 12 + years experience in behavioral health complemented by a Master's and Clinical license in both Missouri and Kansas in Social Work. She is responsible for both clinical and fiscal oversight and development of all outreach, access and crisis services ReDiscover provides throughout the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Paid Full-Time Staff 408
Paid Part-Time Staff 81
Volunteers 100
Paid Contractors 10
Retention Rate 76%
Staff Diversity (Ethnicity)
African American/Black 25
Asian American/Pacific Islander 2
Caucasian 68
Hispanic/Latino 4
Native American/American Indian 1
Staff Diversity (Gender)
Female 74
Male 26
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy No
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
ReDiscover is a nonprofit agency providing community based mental health & substance use disorder services. We collaborate with Missouri Department of Mental Health, MO Coalition of Community Mental Health Services, US District Court, Jackson County Family Court, Dept of Probation & Parole, Jackson County MH Levy; COMBAT, police depts, jails, Western MO State Hospital, hospital emergency rooms & clinics, domestic violence shelters, school districts, community organizations & United Way.
United Way Member Agency2006
External Assessment and Accreditations
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) - Behavioral Health - 3 Year Accreditation2017
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) - Medicare Certification 1982
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? Yes
CEO Comments With our strategic plan, ReDiscover has been moving forward to meet new and changing community needs. We are focused on collaboration with community partners to provide & coordinate services for our clients, develop business partners and increase participation as volunteers, donors & advocates. Our programs are working towards enhanced focus on the whole client, including mental health, substance use, physical health and related concerns affecting the lives of our many clients. We have renovated two existing facilities and moved into two other new facilities. These changes will allow for increase in programs & relocation of some programs.
Board Chair
Board Chair Timothy Duncan
Company Affiliation Mariner Retirement Advisors
Term May 2015 to May 2019
Board Members
Mr. David Bower Populous
Dr. Kris Chatrathi Burns & McDonnell
Mr. Timothy Duncan Mariner
Mr. Alan Flory ReDiscover
Mr. Edward Gaffney CUNA Mutual Group
Mr. Orlando Gutierrez Rethink
Mr. Leonard Jones City of Grandview
Mrs. Sandy Kessinger Bank of Blue Valley
Ms. Merley McMurry Community Volunteer
Ms. Shirley Olson Community Volunteer
Mr. Robert Robinson Commerce Bank
Mr. Jason Rogers JP Rogers Consulting
Mrs. Kathy Ross GEHA
Ms. Catherine Singleton Nueterra
Mr. David Stackelhouse Community Volunteer
Mr. Frank White III Kansas City Transportation Authority
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 3
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 10
Hispanic/Latino 2
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 1 East Indian
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 11
Female 5
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 0
Board Meeting Attendance % 63%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 7
Standing Committees
Board Development / Board Orientation
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Program / Program Planning
Board Governance
CEO Comments

With our strategic plan, ReDiscover strives to meet the needs of our clients and community. The demand for our services exceeds our capacity. We will address this issue by improving quality and reducing cost for our clients to ensure the best care.  One way to improve care is to enhance our crisis service to include a 24/7 mobile response. We are focused on community outreach by partnering with churches, schools, law enforcement agencies to provide stigma reduction activities.  We added Medication-Assisted Treatment, which included the merger of an opioid treatment program.  New community outreach teams were created to address the need for assertive treatment for "hard-to-treat" populations.  The additional access point, coupled with an increase in awareness surrounding behavioral health, fueled sizable growth for ReDiscover.    

Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2017
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2017
Projected Revenue $32,438,148
Projected Expenses $30,554,751
Endowment Value $6,371,983
Spending Policy Income Only
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2015, 2014, 2013: Financial data reported using IRS Form 990. 
  • Foundations/corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201520142013
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$2,546,575$0$0
Individual Contributions----$0
Investment Income, Net of Losses$3,330$72,957$146,329
Membership Dues$0$0$0
Special Events$0$0$0
Revenue In-Kind$0$0$0
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201520142013
Program Expense$24,228,531$21,590,863$17,784,860
Administration Expense$2,962,695$3,349,009$2,159,694
Fundraising Expense$80,925$87,060$40,643
Payments to Affiliates----$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.970.921.01
Program Expense/Total Expenses89%86%89%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue3%4%3%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201520142013
Total Assets$23,071,532$24,262,695$24,581,126
Current Assets$14,372,172$16,404,061$17,843,044
Long-Term Liabilities$1,406,595$4,279,784$3,974,182
Current Liabilities$6,053,765$2,427,019$1,662,441
Total Net Assets$15,611,172$17,555,892$18,944,503
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities2.376.7610.73
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201520142013
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets6%18%16%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201520142013
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $2,482,212Missouri Dept of Mental Health $14,341,100DMH-Medicaid $8,773,818
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $793,122Jackson County Mental Health Contracts $2,035,000DMH-General Revenue $3,520,569
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous $255,829Medicaid $1,046,300Jackson County Levy $1,222,950
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Organization Name ReDiscover
Address 1555 NE Rice Road
Lees Summit, MO 64086
Primary Phone (816) 966-0900
Contact Email
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Alan Flory
Board Chair Timothy Duncan
Board Chair Company Affiliation Mariner Retirement Advisors
Year of Incorporation 1969
Former Names
Research Mental Health Services
Southeast Jackson County Community Mental Health Center