Through 18 distinct programs, we provide support for individuals to find stable housing, sustainable employment, and completed education, while growing in vibrant spirituality, renewed relationships, healthy behavior, and developed leadership.
Open Door seeks to equip people with the tools to obtain and maintain employment through these programs.
Open Door to Success is an employment training program teaching Christian work principles and holistically empowering people to move into the marketplace.
Street2Life Print Shop serves the street community by providing transitional employment to street-connected people in a t-shirt screen printing business.
Open Door seeks to impact our greater community through outreach programs.
The Table reaches people through an evening meal served on Saturday mornings and Sunday nights.
TRYAD (To Reconcile You Able-bodied And Disabled) reaches disabled individuals through needed compassion and evangelism.
Urban Immersion brings youth and adults to ODM for short term trips to serve, learn, and interact with people in our neighborhood.
The Family Room provides a hospitable space for people to rest and access our resources.
Ezra is an outreach and mentoring ministry to the street-connected community.
Open Door moves people toward self-sufficiency by helping change circumstances and life patterns.
Our Still Waters Housing program includes three homes for single women. Chayah House & Esther House serve women being restored from homelessness, addictions, and abuse. Treasure House serves single moms with young children coming from similar circumstances.
Cornerstone Home provides housing and compassion for disabled men.
Te Veo House provides short-term transitional housing for women in crisis.
The LightHouse serves single men recovering from homelessness and addictions.
Sanctuary Housing provides short-term shelter to those experiencing a temporary hardship or homelessness.
Nehemiah Leadership Hall provides housing, community, and training for young emerging urban leaders.
Children & Youth
Open Door seeks to address poverty from its root causes and empower the youth in our area.
The Learning Center provides children ages 3-12 a quality education founded upon high academics and Christian character development.
The Downtown Youth Center is a place for urban youth to belong and flourish through Bible studies, activities, and one-on-one relationships.
The Westside Youth Center reaches youth through discipleship and tutoring on the Westside of Denver.