Our Door Community Wellness Center

Our Door Community Wellness Center, in partnership with the Department of Behavioral Health and Green Door Behavioral Health, provides mutual support, self-help, advocacy, education, information and referral services to assist people with mental health and/or substance use disorders regain control over their lives and recovery process. 

Offering resources, referrals and information about community programs and services, Our Door offers guests space to relax in the lounge area or participate in regularly-scheduled  activities, which include:

  • Motivational Movement: Indoor walking, stretching, light dancing
  • Job Readiness: Build your skills for better job opportunities
  • Healthy Choices: Information to help prevent illness and promote wellness
  • Advocacy: Increase your confidence to speak up for yourself and others
  • Let’s Have Fun!: Card and board games, creative expression, music, movies, & karaoke

Our Door is based on the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) Eight Dimensions of Wellness, which aim to develop healthy habits that can have a positive impact on physical and mental health. 

NOTE: We’ve Moved!  

July 18, 2016 to Saturday, July 30, 2016 operating hours:

  • Mondays – Fridays (9am – 6pm)
  • Saturdays (10 am – 2pm).

August 2, 2016 and on operating hours

  • Tuesdays – Fridays (9am – 6pm)
  • Saturdays (10 am – 2pm).

Participants are being called to inform them of the new changes. Signs will be posted at South Capitol St SW informing those who drop by.  

Our Door Registration Form

June 2016 Calendar

PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES

Beverage Coupon

WRAP – Wellness Recovery Action Plan (Seminar 1)

Double Trouble for Recovery (DTR) Flyer

Double Trouble for Recovery (DTR) Brochure

Double Trouble for Recovery (DTR) 12 Steps

In partnership with the District of Columbia’s Department of Behavioral Health

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