Work For Success
Work for Success provides services to low-income fathers, such as case management, mentoring, work readiness, fathering skills, financial management and family violence prevention.
Mirror serves as a regional Residential Re-entry Center for Federal Offenders releasing from Federal Bureau of Prison facilities and returning to Wichita and Topeka Kansas, and surrounding areas. These offenders are placed at the Residential Re-entry Center in order to complete the remainder of their term of incarceration and to begin their transition to the community by obtaining employment, suitable, approved housing and support services in the community and to transition from the Federal Bureau of Prisons to the jurisdiction of the United States Probation Office.
The goal of this program is to assist offenders in making a successful transition into the community and to assist them in becoming a productive member of society.
Accountability and security are high priorities and staff utilizes a variety of proven measures to ensure the safety of the community, the staff and the offenders. Accountability measures include but are not limited to electronic technology (GPS tracking, facility access/exit systems, camera systems, physical/telephonic tracking, headcounts, searches, drug testing etc.)
In addition to the accountability and security priority in the re-entry center, the other focus is on proactively assisting offenders in developing pro-social skills in making an effective transition in their re-entry efforts in the community. This priority is accomplished by employing professional staff who utilize proven skill sets to motivate offenders to successfully engage in employment opportunities, obtain housing, successfully reintegrate into family dynamics and find appropriate support structures in the community.
In certain cases, a standard program just doesn't fit the need. If you or your community would like to talk about developing a custom program that addresses your specific situation, let us know. Some of our most successful community involvement programs began as a response to a specific need.