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Mirror Image provides a variety of services geared towards goals and support you may wish to obtain. Our one-on-one approach sets us apart from other providers in the industry allowing us to tailor to one's individual goals or needs. 

In partnership with Inclusa, we work on goals toward independence and support for adults.  Individuals will learn how they will create the life they want and how it will reflect in the community. Mirror Image provides support and resources related to mental health and daily living skills.

Providing services through MCDSS, we help maintain a parent-child relationship in a safe environment. Visitation is provided at home or at our supervised visitation office.

​Comprehensive Community Service is a short-term program focusing on children and adult mental health. The program is a collaborative approach working with therapist, schools, social workers, and other community supports. By connecting to community-based resources and through goal-based one-on-one mentorship, we strive to help others learn how to cope.

Children's Long-Term Support (CLTS) is a program helping kids reach their goals and gain independence.  This is accomplished by using a play-based approach through activities such as:

  • Arts and crafts

  • Activities in communities​

  • Activities at Mirror Image offices​​

  • Daily life skills such as cooking and laundry​

  • Peer-to-peer interactions​

  • Sensory room at Wausau office

​In partnership with Marathon County Department of Social Services, we perform the following:

  • In home safety checks

  • Alcohol and drug testing

  • Emergency safety checks, alcohol and drug testing with workers

  • Ensured compliance with all protective service orders.

  • Daily school check-ins

  • Family Sessions

  • Support to set up counseling or other needed services outside of the school.

  • Transportation assistance for the youth and families

  • Mentoring

  • Working on goals to succeed

  • Identifying issues dealing with family, anti-social peers and anti-social thinking

  • Trauma Informed Care

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