Working Men's Residential Program Now 3-Months or 6-Months

Ohlhoff's working men's residential program, the Henry Ohlhoff House, is now 3-6 months long! Men in this program work, attend school, or volunteer in the community while living in a safe, sober, supportive, and structured addiction treatment environment.

For more information visit ohlhoff.org/henry-ohlhoff-house or call 415-621-4388.

Ohlhoff Holiday Dinner - December 20th - 6:00pm!

We cannot wait for the Ohlhoff family to get together one more time before the end of the year! Join residents and staff at this fun and uplifting event celebrating hope and sobriety during the Holidays.

Let us know you’re coming through the Facebook event, here.

New 3 Month Option for The Henry Ohlhoff House

Ohlhoff Recovery Program's working men's residential program, the Henry Ohlhoff House (HOH), has been saving lives and helping adult men with alcohol or drug dependency for 60 years. Historically a 6 to 12 month program, HOH is now a 3 to 6 month program!

The extended residential treatment design of the Henry Ohlhoff House allows men time to address the underlying causes of their addiction, search for employment, develop relationships with their sober peers, and learn to maneuver everyday stressors under therapeutic support.

For more information visit ohlhoff.org/henry-ohlhoff-house or call 415-621-4388.

Final Registration for our 15th Annual Golf & Tennis Tournament

Our 15th Annual Golf & Tennis Tournament is just two weeks away and we still have space for two more foursomes in the golf tournament! Register and enjoy a day of fun and connections, all while supporting a worthy cause. Find out more at ohlhoff.org/tournament.

Ohlhoff Psychiatrist, Dr. Moller, in San Francisco Magazine's 'Tales From the Front Lines'

In September 2017, Ohlhoff Psychiatrist, Dr. Lennart Moller, was interviewed by San Francisco Magazine regarding working on the front lines of addiction in San Francisco. Scroll down to his testimonial to see what he says about the realities of withdrawal, the physical and mental strain, and its affect on the treatment we provide here at Ohlhoff! The article contains several other compassionate professionals' experiences, as well.

If you haven't read Dr. Moller's previous insight into the Opioid epidemic, you can read it at ohlhoff.org/dr-moller-opioid-article

Thank you, San Francisco Magazine for the insightful article that conveys the complexities, difficulties, and triumphs addiction service providers endure.