The Open Door provides
outpatient counseling, intensive outpatient counseling
and crisis intervention services with particular concern
for alcohol and other drug abusers and their families. Please click links in BLUE for more information about a particular subject.
Alcohol and Other Drug
- Level of Care Assessment/Evaluation
- Referrals for Inpatient Rehab/Detox (if needed)
- 1:1 Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Family Counseling
- School Counseling (on-site)
- Co-dependency Services
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Initial Treatment Group
- Co-occuring Disorders Group
- Partial Hospitalization
- Women's Group
- Court Mandated Services
- Buprenorphine-Enhanced Intensive
- Jail Programs
- Relapse Prevention Group
- Vivitrol referrals
- Nurse Navigator Services
When someone is calling in for a pre-screen to schedule an appointment, they will need their date of birth, social security number, insurance information (including subscriber’s name and date of birth and the toll free number on the back), and monthly income (gross total before taxes).
We also need to stress that it is the individual that needs to call themselves, it cannot be a friend or family member.
When they come in for their intake we will need their insurance card, proof of their income, and any co-pays due. If they are coming for suboxone they need a photo id. If they do not bring this information with them they will need to reschedule. We will accept a copy of their insurance card or they can e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Criminal Justice Programs
- DUI Evaluation (CRN)
- Highway Safety School
- Insight Class (Education)
Hotline/ Walk-In/ Mobile Services
- 24 Hours/ 7 Days a Week
by hotline number.
- Crisis Intervention Walk-in Services:
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday - Friday
1 p.m. to 6.p.m. Saturday - Sunday
No Appointment Necessary
- 24/7 Mobile Crisis services available
- 365 days a year
- Confidential Referrals Provided