Behavioral Health Challenges?
We’re Here to Help
Since 1972, Mirror has helped people rise above their personal challenges to become their best selves. Our goal is to promote safe, healthy people and strong communities – and we do this by offering professional behavioral health programs for individuals and communities. The highly trained staff at Mirror includes professionals specializing in addictions, mental health, corrections, nursing and other medical specializations as well as licensed counselors, trained case managers and care coordinators. Many have advanced degrees and specialized training in their fields. Our offices are located all across Kansas, making Mirror one of the largest providers of substance abuse prevention and treatment in the state. We also offer specialized programs for adolescents, and for those who need dual-diagnosis counseling.
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.
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Be in the Know
The Mirror Board of Directors today unanimously approved the appointment of Heath Bechler as the new president of Mirror, Inc. Bechler will replace Barth Hague as Chief Executive Officer as Hague transitions to retirement this summer. With more than 25...
Barth Hague, President and CEO of Mirror, a Kansas behavioral health organization, today announced the appointment of Des Martens as Vice President of Prevention Services, effective immediately. Martens first joined Mirror in 2004 and has served as Dir...
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...