The 24-hour CILAs are group homes with an average of 4 to 8 residents. The homes, which are in community neighborhoods, combine 24-hour supervision with functional training in a family setting.
Intermittent CILA services are for clients who live with family members or friends or on their own.
The Day Training Workshop
This program targets individuals who need support in a closely monitored setting with intensive, small-ratio supervision.
Facility-based Employment Workshop
The facility-based employment program serves community business and individual needs. With both production and light manufacturing capacity, Open Door’s “west” facility offers packaging, sorting, labeling, clerical, and various types of assembly services to area businesses.
Open Door’s footprint in the community includes nine homes, two training centers, an administration building, and familiar vans that take clients to work and training programs, medical appointments, and fun activities.