At some point in our lives, every one of us has turned to others for help when we really needed it. We can’t always do it alone; we rely on others when the task is too great, or the obstacles are too insurmountable. It’s part of being human.
For those with alcohol or drug addictions, the cycle they experience is both life threatening and overwhelming. That’s why, since 1972, Mirror has been empowering people to rise above their personal challenges to become their best selves. Today, this organization 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. We believe people can and do change, and we work through broad-based partnerships to help them succeed. As a not-for-profit private corporation, we offer a comprehensive continuum of services for those seeking help. Our numbers show we are making a difference; but our success stories go far beyond the numbers. They represent hundreds of Kansans and their families who turn their lives around and become productive members of our communities.
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“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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