Open Door’s residential program is well-suited for oppositional behaviors, attachment, adjustment, anxiety, and depressive disorders, children stepping down from locked, secure placements, and children with an extensive placement history who are approaching adulthood. Children who have experienced placement disruptions, have significant case management needs, and social/emotional development needs are well-suited for this residential program. Children in Collaborative Care needing considerable independent living skills instruction are a very appropriate fit for the Open Door residential program. The treatment at Open Door is intended to improve decision-making, increase a sense of agency through instruction/guidance, practice, and demonstration of social/emotional learning skills. Open Door staff members work with youth with severe emotional and behavioral disorders or disturbances whose needs cannot currently be met in a home environment. Our staff work around the clock in a trauma informed manner to support the youth's therapeutic plan, provide the structure youth need to heal, and help them prepare to succeed in a home environment.