The quality and depth of programming at Ohlhoff Recovery Programs are the highest in the field. Our staff, a multi-disciplinary team which addresses both the clinical and 12-Step aspects of treatment, includes licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs), Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors and other addiction professionals under the direction of a Clinical Director who is a licensed Psychologist. Many are in recovery, so they understand the complexities of addiction firsthand and actually serve as models of recovery.
Ohlhoff Recovery Programs is licensed and certified by the State of California Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs. Ohlhoff Recovery Programs contract with most managed health care firms and accept third party reimbursement from insurance companies.
Arlene Stanich- Prince, C.A.T.C (II)
Arlene has been with Ohlhoff Recovery Programs since July 2005. She holds a C.A.T.C (ii) as an Addiction Treatment Specialist, and a BA in Dramatic Arts / Dance, and is currently a member of CAADE. Arlene has previously worked as a Counselor, Clinical Coordinator and Program Director. Today she is privileged to work with our clients, staff, Board of Governors, as well as Ohlhoff’s extended community to realize the agency’s goals.
Director of Finance & Human Resources
Nancy received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from San Francisco State University. With over 20 years accounting and finance experience, Nancy has worked with a spectrum of corporations, start-ups, and nonprofits, both large and small. Nancy joined the Ohlhoff team with her wealth of knowledge in 2015.
Development and Marketing Coordinator
Ronnie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in English from San Francisco State University. Ronnie initially joined Ohlhoff in 2014 as a Program Assistant to the Skip Byron Primary Program. In 2016, Ronnie became the Development and Marketing Coordinator, bringing with him the experience of working directly with clients and their families.
Andrew Korniej, CADC (II), BA
Skip Byron Primary Program
Andrew is a certified California Alcohol and Drug Counselor, having completed the Alcohol & Drug Abuse Studies course at UC Berkeley, and is a current member of CAADAC. He began working at the Ohlhoff agency in 2009; first as an intern in the Skip Byron Primary Program and then going on to become Program Director for the San Francisco Men’s Residential Program in 2011. In 2012, Andrew became the Program Director of the Skip Byron Primary Program.
Tom McDonough, CADC (II)
Henry Ohlhoff House, 6 Month Working Men’s Program
Tom completed UC Berkeley Extension’s Alcohol and Drug Studies program and is certified through CCAPP as an Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Tom started at Ohlhoff as an intern in the Skip Byron Primary Program in 2012. He worked in the Skip Byron program until he became the Program Director for the San Francisco Men’s Six-Month Residential program in September 2014.
Jessica Allanson, MA, PhDc
San Francisco Outpatient Program & Women's Residential
Jessica holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland, a Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Sofia University in Palo Alto California, and is currently finishing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Sofia University. Jessica has worked in various clinical settings around the Bay Area, including residential, outpatient, and community mental health, and has spent the last 7 years focusing exclusively on substance abuse treatment. Jessica first started as an intern at the Skip Byron Program in 2011, and over the last 6 years has worked for all four of Ohlhoff's current treatment programs, including serving as an staff counselor, insurance coordinator, program coordinator, and program director. Jessica developed and oversaw the opening of the Women's Residential Program in November 2016, and recently moved into the position of Program Director for the Intensive Outpatient Program in January of 2017.
Lennart H. Moller, M.D.
Lennart Moller, M.D., received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from MIT and his medical degree from University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine. After completing a residency in Psychiatry at the University of Hawaii, he served as chief resident at California Pacific Medical Center. Dr. Moller then practiced at Kaiser Permanente until joining Ohlhoff in 2005. In addition to his work with us, Dr. Moller has a private practice in San Francisco. He is especially interested in acute psychiatric issues, treatment of depression and bipolar disorder, and lesbian and gay health issues.
Faye received a Master's degree in Social Welfare from University of California, Berkeley. She has provided clinical and programmatic support for various community-based agencies that work with people dealing with substance abuse, mental health, HIV/AIDS, and homelessness. She became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in 2010, and soon after started a private therapy practice. In 2015, Faye joined the management team at Ohlhoff.
Dr. Susan Wiltsek, Psy.D., is a native of San Francisco who obtained her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from the Wright Institute, Berkeley in 2004. She has worked for Ohlhoff Recovery Programs since 2011 as a part-time clinical supervisor, bringing a wealth of experience in Substance Abuse Treatment and Crisis Intervention to our community. Prior to working with Ohlhoff, Dr. Wiltsek trained and worked for the city and county of San Francisco's Department of Public Health and St. Mary’s Medical Center, conducting 5150 evaluations for children and families in need of emergency psychiatric services.