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Customized treatment for individual needs.




     Customized treatment for individual needs

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Need Help With an Addiction?

Take the first step to recovery today.


Prevention is the true first step.

Residential Re-entry

Reintegration into community and family life.

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 additions.


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“You won't regret it. Needless to say we are extremely satisfied with the results. I am completely blown away. Thanks Mirror!”

Bess C.

“We were treated like royalty. I love Mirror Organization. Not able to tell you how happy I am with Mirror Organization.”

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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...

The Healthy Harvey Drug Free Community Coalition has been awarded a grant from the federal Drug Free Communities (DFC) Support program. The grant totals $125,000 per year, renewable over a five year period. It will support the local coalition’s efforts ...