Brief History
The Open Door has served the Indiana County community since 1972. From its beginning as a United Ministry Volunteer Task Force offering crisis intervention services, The Open Door has grown to become a licensed counseling center with the mission to provide confidential, outpatient counseling and crisis intervention services to residents of Indiana County.

The Open Door staff includes a physician, full-time, Master's and Bachelor's level degreed and trained therapists, RN Nurse Navigator, criminal justice staff, an executive director and administrative staff, and a dedicated mental health crisis intervention staff.

The agency is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs. In 1996, The Open Door joined with Indiana Regional Medical Center in an affiliation to meet Indiana County's alcohol and other drug treatment needs with enhanced programs and increased access for county residents.

Mission Statement
The Open Door is a licensed non-profit behavioral health organization designed to provide treatment and services for substance use and gambling related concerns; court related programs; and mental health crisis intervention for Armstrong and Indiana county residents with a focus on inspiring steps toward hope, courage, and recovery.