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A WORD OF HOPE
During this national health crisis, Mirror’s staff and management continue to live out our company’s mission and vision — namely, to serve and provide prevention, behavioral health care and re-entry services to redefine lives. Our staff is calm, steady and displays hope for a better tomorrow during these challenging times.
All of us are being affected by public health decisions that support our health and safety. Our staff members are delivering care to our various clients and residents within this new reality. As you’re aware, Governor Kelly took the bold step to close schools for the remainder of the year. The CDC and public health officials have directed restaurants to eliminate service within their establishments. The impact to our communities, businesses, families and individuals is profound. As a health care organization, our agency seeks to remain a source of strength and continuity for those we serve during this health emergency. As one staff member noted, “Our clients were on a path of personal destruction and early death. We offer them a chance for a future, so we keep going and save lives.”
Our staff have embraced prevention strategies recommended by the CDC and KDHE; thus far, we have experienced few disruptions to the work we provide. Our Emergency Response Planning Committee meets regularly and helps us adapt our service delivery to incorporate telehealth options to remain available to our current and prospective outpatient clients. Our residential facilities provide a safe setting for our residents to prepare for their future. We continue to serve effectively, efficiently and with compassion.
Our work has always been grounded in hope for a better tomorrow. With your support, we are confident we can manage the adversity facing our nation and communities; our work will reveal the people we serve to be enhanced by the care and compassion offered by our staff.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all who have been physically, emotionally, socially and economically affected by this virus outbreak — let hope conquer fear.
Here’s the most important fact we can ever share with you: Addiction does not have to be a life sentence.
No matter how bad things are. No matter how many times it’s happened before.
When you – or someone you love or care for – reach that point, when there’s a desperate need for a way out, Mirror will help find the way.
Since 1972, Mirror has helped people like you rise above their personal challenges to become their best selves. Today, Mirror is one of the largest providers of substance abuse prevention and treatment in the state of Kansas and the largest single provider of programs for drug offenders.
Our goal is to promote safe, healthy people and strong communities – and to free you, your family and your world from the constraints of addictions.
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Be in the Know
The Kansas Health Foundation recently named Mirror among the recipients for the 2020 Impact and Capacity Grants (ICG) Initiative. The ICG Initiative provides one-year grants of up to $25,000 for nonprofits mission-aligned with KHF, focused on COVID-19 res...
Newton, KS - Mirror is pleased to announce that it has received a $2,000 grant from the Women’s Community Foundation affiliate of the Central Kansas Community Foundation. The organization will use the funds for Sources of Strength at Newton High School....
Three Newton area drug prevention leaders were honored Sept. 19, 2018, at the Kansas Prevention Conference in Topeka, Kans. (L-R) Pam Stevens, executive director of the Newton Area Chamber of Commerce, received the Kansas Partner in Prevention Award for h...