For over 60 years, Ohlhoff has provided affordable, quality programs for adults and adolescents in recovery from substance abuse and chemical dependency. All services are offered without regard to race, creed, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, nationality, or relapse history.
We provide multiple levels of care designed to help individuals find their path to recovery.
The Skip Byron Primary Program (SBPP), located within the historic Henry Ohlhoff House campus in San Francisco, provides up to 30 days of substance use treatment. Designed to provide stabilization for men and women in the early stages of recovery, the program operates 24/7 where clients live on campus for the duration of their treatment.
The Henry Ohlhoff House (HOH) Men’s Residential Program and the separate Women’s Recovery Program (WRP) are long-term treatment programs for adults with alcohol or drug dependency. Each program provides a safe, structured, environment where clients can attend evening groups and participate in recovery while maintaining a regular work schedule.
Ohlhoff Outpatient Programs offer multiple levels of care for adults, adolescents and their families. Our highly-structured Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, Continuing Care and Teen Intervene programs provide options that allow clients to engage in treatment without interruption to work or school.
Our Inpatient treatment program has 24-hour staff supervision and is designed for men and women who require a safe environment for early recovery. Inpatient clients live at the Henry Ohlhoff House while participating in daily therapy and activities in our recovery environment. The Skip Byron Primary Program (SBPP), located within the historic Henry Ohlhoff House campus in San Francisco, provides up to 30 days of substance use treatment. Designed to provide stabilization to clients in the early stages of recovery, the program operates 24/7. Participation in this highly-structured clinical program empowers individuals with tools and insights for a long term, stable recovery.
The Henry Ohlhoff House (HOH) Men’s Residential Program is a long-term treatment program for adult men with substance use disorders. The program provides a safe, structured, and sober environment where men can focus on their recovery while maintaining a regular work schedule. It is designed specifically for men who need to continue working while participating in clinical programming on evenings and weekends. HOH combines social model, peer-oriented recovery with a variety of current evidence-based treatment methods. Our three–or six-month–long program is located in San Francisco at the historic Henry Ohlhoff House campus.
Our Women’s Recovery Program (WRP) offers long-term, social model-based treatment to adult women struggling with substance use disorders. Our program is designed for women who have completed inpatient treatment or have at least 30 days clean and sober, and are looking to focus on their recovery while re-integrating into a full-time work, school, or volunteer schedule. It is designed specifically to support working women and allows participants to keep their job while seeking residential treatment. WRP requires a three month commitment with the option to stay up to six months.
Clients are required to be employed full-time, in school or scheduled to volunteer (32 or more hours per week)
Please call us for more information about joining our residential programs. In addition to calling us, men interested in HOH can get started by completing an intake form.
Ohlhoff Outpatient Programs offers three levels of care for adults, adolescent treatment and family support services. Our structured Outpatient Programs provide treatment choices that allow clients to live at home, attend work or school, and yet have the structure of a program to support their recovery. Ohlhoff Outpatient Programs provides additional services, including weekly urinalysis testing for clients required to test without being in treatment, assessments to meet court- mandated requests, as well as referrals for dual diagnosis and other specialized programs.