Open Door Mission is a faith and evidence based recovery and rehabilitation 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.  Learn More.


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Transformed Lives

Open Door Mission graduates become sober, productive and caring members of our community.

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How the Open Door Mission brings hope and healing to the Homeless men in our community…

The goal is to assist each person in making a successful transition into stable recovery and a lifetime of self-sufficiency and independent living. Read more about it here.

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Thanksgiving Dinner

The Mission will be serving Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday, November 23rd at 4:00 for men and their family on campus. Family members are limited to TWO people per resident.

A Call for Volunteers

The Mission is calling for volunteers to decorate our dining hall for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Please contact Katherine Burns or Jennifer White at 713-921-7520 for more information.

Become a Mentor at Open Door Mission

Open Door Mission has a unique Mentor Program to support men while navigating through their recovery.

Our mentors are men who work, worship and volunteer in Houston community with a desire […]

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“Grateful.”  That’s what people who stay here had to say about the Mission…and about you. Watch the video below…and consider sharing a gift that will change the course of people’s lives forever.

“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.”
“I dug in. I didn’t try to change the program to fit me…I changed to fit the program.”
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.

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