Open Door Art Studio & Gallery is a private, not-for-profit, licensed, day habilitation provider for individuals with developmental disabilities. Open Door accepts Individual Option (I.O) Waivers, Level One Waivers, SELF Waivers, ICF-ID, and private payment options. Transportation is provided to and from our program to all individuals who live in Franklin County through our parent organization, Columbus Center for Human Services, Inc.
STEP ONE: TOUR
An interested artist (or advocate) and their Franklin County Service Coordinator / QIDP should contact Open Door Art Studio & Gallery to request a tour. Touring the facility will provide interested artists with important information about how Open Door Art Studio & Gallery operates.
STEP TWO: INTAKE
Once an artist decides to attend Open Door Art Studio & Gallery, their Franklin County Service Coordinator / QIDP will need to schedule an Intake Meeting. At this meeting, the team will discuss what supports would be helpful to encourage creative success.
STEP THREE: STRUCTURE PROGRAM
Once an artist begins attending Open Door Art Studio & Gallery, they will participate in an artist assessment, led by an art facilitator. This assessment will familiarize the Open Door team with the individual interests and artistic goals of the artist. It will also allow the Open Door team to develop programming that helps the artist reach their full potential.