As this November is Gratitude month, and the beginning of a season of holidays and celebration, we believe that this is the perfect opportunity to broaden our care coalition by inviting the community into our circle. Everyone knows #GivingTuesday as a day of donating to the charity of your choice. What if this year for #GivingTuesday, we support the community and give in other ways? #HTXCareCoalition is formed by partnering organizations with the goal on this season to provide the Houston community the opportunity to give in their own way this season: donating your time, giving supplies, offering encouragement, or traditional monetary donations..
Open Door Mission is a faith and evidence-based recovery program and facility helping the homeless in Houston TX since 1954. We’re dedicated to transforming the lives of the most severely addicted, destitute, homeless and disabled men in our community for free.
30 Day Program !!

Open Door Mission launches the new 30-day intensive in-patient treatment program

to help the client begin his journey to recovery.

The new and shorter intensive program is offered at no cost and complements

our existing DoorWay Substance Abuse Recovery Program.

Are you ready?
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Effective August 5, 2021. DUE TO COVID VARIANT
NO INTAKES without an appointment.
Please call 832-962-4249


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Better Business Bureau Recognizes Open Door Mission with 2019 Winner of Distinction recognizes Open Door Mission with the 2020 Best Rehab Facility
“Before, this, I was alone…so I looked to drugs to have fun. I needed a group like Celebrate Recovery where I could talk about my problems with people who have been through the same things.”
Cory B
“I dug in. I didn’t try to change the program to fit me…I changed to fit the program.”
Derek B
One morning, Mark woke up…and couldn’t get out of bed. The hospital saved his life, but without being able to work, he soon became homeless. Thank God someone in the hospital told him about the Mission’s Convalescent Care Center.

See the transformation