Open Door of Indiana PA Inc

Open Door of Indiana PA Inc


Located in the community of Indiana, Pa., 58 miles east of Pittsburgh, Open Door provides specialized, outpatient-based treatment programs adults and adolescents struggling with chemical dependency, legal issues associated with substance abuse, as well as clients recovering from opiate addiction. The facility offers a partial hospitalization program (PHP), an intensive outpatient program (IOP), medication-assisted treatment (MAT), and a DUI program.


To identify individual client needs and determine an appropriate level of care, individuals first participate in an initial assessment before beginning treatment. If a client requires a heightened level of care, they may be referred to PHP and “step-down” to less-intensive programs. According to the facility’s website, PHP is well-suited for individuals transitioning from a residential or detoxification program.

Open Door utilizes a range of evidence-based treatment methods to treat its clientele. During treatment, clients participate in clinician-led individual and group counseling sessions and educational classes on a range of topics. In addition, the facility requires clients to attend peer-based support groups, such as 12-Step, within the community.

To individualize its treatment, the facility also offers specialized groups on co-dependency, a women’s-only group, a dual diagnosis group, as well as groups tailored to where the individual is in their recovery (i.e., initial recovery vs. relapse prevention and maintenance).

If a client is struggling with opioid addiction, the client may be referred to the facility’s medication-assisted treatment(MAT) program, which utilized Suboxone to minimize opiate cravings and alleviate withdrawal symptoms. Participants in the MAT program must also attend five individual and group counseling sessions per week.

PHP consists of approximately 20 hours of group and individual sessions per week (3-4 hours per day, five days a week). The program typically lasts three months, but ranges from one to six months. IOP involves six hours of weekly programming (three days per week) and lasts between six and eight weeks. Clients in IOP are also required to attend two 12-step meetings per week.

In addition to PHP and IOP, Open Door also offers educational classes for individuals charged with a DUI. Along with undergoing a DUI evaluation and substance abuse assessment, clients attend highway safety courses and educational classes on the risk of substance abuse. The DUI program may satisfy court requirements for driver license reinstatement.


Open Door’s staff includes a physician experienced in addiction medicine, licensed chemical dependency counselors, therapists, a RN Nurse Navigator, and a criminal justice staff.


The sole alum polled by at the time of this writing praised most areas of the facility. Citing the counselors as a facility strength, the anonymous alum awarded four out of five-star ratings for the facility’s counseling options and discharge planning, as well as a five-star rating for the treatment staff’s level of experience and training. However, they did feel that some counselors could be “rigid” during group sessions.


Open Door accepts a range of private insurance plans, and payment plans may be available for certain services; however, the costs for clients who are court-ordered to attend an educational program are $225 for in-county arrest and $250 for out-of-county arrests.

Reviews about Open Door of Indiana PA Inc

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  • counselors. some counselors are too rigid in group sessions.