The Open Door Mission
5803 Harrisburg Blvd.
Houston, TX - 77011
A Christ-centered emergency relief and rehabilitation shelter dedicated to meeting the needs of men in our community who are homeless addicted destitute and disabled.
Open Door Mission's DoorWay Substance Abuse Recovery Program
To rescue men enslaved by substance abuse disorders, co-occurring illnesses, and homelessness, the Mission's 7- month residential DoorWay Recovery Program (DoorWay) provides services to heal body, mind and spirit. The goal is to assist each student in making a successful transition into stable recovery and a lifetime of self-sufficiency and independent living.
The DoorWay Program provides intensive and supportive treatment services and The Mayfield House provides transitional living aftercare treatment for up to an additional 6 months to employed graduates of the DoorWay Program. The Mission's Social Services Department caseworkers assist the students while in residence and post-graduation by reducing or totally resolving the issues that have been mounting over years of ignoring medical, dental, legal, past taxes, and child support. The DoorWay Program has 148 beds and the Mayfield House can accommodate 16 graduates.
Admission to DoorWay Recovery Center
Walk-ins only. Phone call not required but recommended before coming to the Mission (713-921-7520 ext.242). No one is accepted over the phone. In person interviews are required of everyone.
Interview with a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor
Arrival time between 6 AM - 10 AM Monday-Thursday only
No Admissions Friday-Sunday
The Mission provides clothing and hygiene products
Must be at least 18 years of age
History of substance abuse
Passing the intake assessment upon arrival
Desire, willingness and attitude conducive to change
Tobacco free, non-smoking campus. No tobacco of any kind, matches or lighters.
Ability to prove identity
Physically able to do on campus job assignments
Minimum 30 day supply of prescribed medications
Requirements are subject to change at any time.
Active (untreated) communicable disease
Unable to perform self-care
Active felony warrants
High-risk psychiatric medications, such as benzodiazepines or opioid maintenance.
Serious psychiatric diagnosis
Severe cognitive deficits/dementia
Recent evidence of uncontrolled violent behavior
Registered sex offender
Individuals previously restricted by Open Door Mission