Management Staff


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.


Executive Director

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Arlene Stanich-Prince,
Executive Director


Joined Ohlhoff: 2005

Experience: Counselor, Clinical Coordinator, and Program Director at Ohlhoff

Focus: Substance Abuse; Dual Diagnosis; Women in Recovery; Family and Intervention

Education: BA from UC Berkeley, Addiction Treatment Specialist CADC II.



Program Directors

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John Halverson,
Henry Ohlhoff House


Joined Ohlhoff: 2010

Experience: Primary Counselor - Skip Byron Primary Program; Program Director – Henry Ohlhoff House Men’s 6-Month Residential Program

Focus: Substance abuse treatment, Dual Diagnosis, Mindfulness based treatment and recovery

Education: BA in Business Management from San Francisco State University; Certificate in AOD Studies from UC Berkeley Extension; CADC II from California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP)




Elissa Stevens,
San Francisco Outpatient Program

LMFT #105912, MA

Joined Ohlhoff: 2017

Experience: Clinical Manager at Ohlhoff, licensed marriage and family therapist, clinical fellowship at Safe and Sound, internship at Project Pride. Operates a separate private practice in the city that focuses on trauma and addiction.

Focus: Substance abuse treatment, development of healthy habits in recovery, family systems.

Education: LMFT, MA in Counseling, BA in Classical Vocal Performance



Heather Pitre,
Skip byron primary program


Joined Ohlhoff: 2019

Experience: Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology ; been in non-profit community for over 20 years. Therapist.

Focus: Child abuse prevention, addiction recovery, and acute, chronic, and complex trauma

Education: Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies


Clinical Staff


Dr. Lennart Moller,

M.D. , Psychiatrist


Joined Ohlhoff: 2005

Experience: Residency at University of Hawaii, Chief Resident at California Pacific Medical Center, Psychiatrist at Kaiser Permanente

Focus: Acute psychiatric issues, Depression and bipolar disorder, and LGBT mental health issues

Education: BS from MIT, MD from UCSF


Read Dr. Moller's article, Opioid Addiction Finally Getting The National Attention It Deserves, and his piece in San Francisco Magazine’s Tales From the Front Lines.


John Fenwick,

Clinical Supervisor



Joined Ohlhoff: 2019

Experience: Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist, Family and Couples Therapist, Clinical Supervisor, Program Developer, and Clinical Training Supervisor and Teacher.

Focus: Trauma and Addiction Recovery; Systemic Family and Couples Therapy, and Community Mental Health.

Education: BSW and MSW from the University of Kansas and Post-Graduate Therapy Training at the Menninger Foundation and Kansas State University.


Program Coordinators


Candi Sexton, women's residential Facility

CATC 1 #10524-5

Joined Ohlhoff: 2017

Experience: Substance abuse and mental health counselor, House Manager at WRP, Case manager at Episcopal Community Service Center, Outreach Specialist

Focus: Substance abuse, trauma-informed treatment, working with women in recovery

Education: CHW, CATC #10524-5





Bernie Huggins, Director of Finance

Joined Ohlhoff: 2016

Experience:  Over twenty years in accounting and financial management

Focus:  Financial planning and stewardship in a changing economy

Education:  Masters Degree in Accounting



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Keith Weber,
Development & Marketing Coordinator


Joined Ohlhoff: 2019

Experience: Chair of drug and alcohol tax fund municipal advisory board; Undergraduate studies in Psychology and Cultural Anthropology with emphasis in non-profit leadership; Ethnographic film work on mental health.

Focus: Socio-spatial interactions and community development.

Education:  Dual B.S. in Psychology and Anthropology from the Kansas State University, Minor in Leadership Studies with a Non-Profit Emphasis.


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