TheStoryAt all of The Ohio House properties, we provide structure to our residents. The structure is designed and programed to enhance the the resident’s physical, mental and spiritual growth. The structure of The Ohio House is built on three foundational principles.

1. Routine

The Ohio House believes that a solid routine ensures a grounded foundation for our residents. We expect all of our residents to adhere to a strict set of daily activities.


2. Recovery

Each resident can and will follow some simple rules. Each residence is assigned a House Manager to ensure a safe and structured environment for the recovering. Rules are in place as a vessel to a sober lifestyle.

  • Complete daily chores
  • Adhere to nightly curfew
  • Employment, school or outpatient therapy
  • Alcohol and drug testing twice weekly
  • Attend all house meetings
  • Active in a twelve step program
  • No violence or aggressive behavior


We provide each resident the opportunity to be held accountable on a daily basis. House rules help the individual become reliable, responsible, honest and self supporting. The Ohio House offers additional assistance to our residence so that the path they walk can be beneficial mentally, physically and monetarily.

  • Food Card Distribution
  • Ride Services
  • Life Coaching
  • Gym Membership
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs
  • Nutritionist Meal Planning
  • Personal Training Physical
  • Job Placement Assistance
  • Sober Companionship



Franki Doll-Olinger

Personal Empowerment Coach

Thought the years of working with my Coaching clients, I developed a program called Spiritual Kindergarten which is an individualized experience in helping my clients to not only find themselves, their passions, their goals – but also to achieve the life they desire. I create and guide them with a roadmap to personal empowerment. I use many tools at my disposal in teaching my students. Games, discussion, field trips, hypnosis, meditation, books, movies, their own thoughts, other people… things that people can relate to. The road to finding their own personal power again never looks the same as anyone else’s road… but finding the starting point is pretty easy for me.

My clients come to me confused by the circumstances of their life – they say things like “This was not supposed to happen”… and most often I speak to them about the same circumstances later on and they tell me, “I’m so glad all of that happened”, because we find purpose and reason in the seemingly problematic circumstances.




Rae has been a lover of movement and music from her first breath. Having a conviction early on to follow her passion, not knowing at the time where it would lead. When Rachael discovered yoga, she felt as if she had come home for the first time. Yoga served as a vessel of healing, spiritual connection, radical expression and endless inspiration for Rae. It was then she knew her purpose was to provide the space for others to experience this transformation. Read more on her website…


Robby Morse


My name is Robby Morse, boxing coach of The Ohio House boxing team. I got sober 11 years ago in Texas and moved to California shortly after. I spent the first 6 years of my sobriety competing in boxing tournaments held throughout California. After boxing I went on to get a bachelors degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis on training athletes. For some time after graduation I had a dream of starting an amateur boxing team, I proposed the idea to Brandon and he loved it, agreeing to help make my boxing team dream a reality. My vision with the Ohio House boxing team is to coach willing men to train, overcome fear, and even compete together, sharing with each other some awesome experiences in sobriety.




Patrick R. Smith CADC-II, LAADC

Patrick joined Orange County Recovery Services in October 2012. With 21+ years in recovery, he is a warm, caring individual and is passionate about helping others. He holds numerous credentials including CADC-II, LAADC and certifications in Alcohol and Drug Studies and Adult and Adolescent Anger Management. With over 14 years working in the recovery field, Patrick also brings extensive experience to his role as OCRS Program Director for men. In 2001, Patrick joined the Betty Ford Center as a Chemical Dependency Specialist. While there, he was instrumental in developing their “Young Adult Track” program. Patrick worked as a Primary Counselor at both the inpatient and Residential day Treatment levels of care. Through that experience, he discovered that his true passion and skill was working with men suffering from the disease of addiction. After more than 10 years of dedication and hard work at the Betty Ford Center, Patrick made a decision to move his family to Orange County. Soon after moving to Orange County, he found OCRS, which shares his same passion and commitment to helping others. Patrick’s primary focus at OCRS has been Program Development and Management. Recently Ocrs started our women’s Track, and Patrick was instrumental during the hiring process of Sophia Morelli.

Women’s Program Director

Sophia is a Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor and earned her Bachelor’s in Sociology at California Polytechnic University, Pomona as well as a Master’s in Social Work from California State University, San Bernardino. Sophia has received an international certification in substance abuse counseling and certificates in Pain Management and End of Life Care. Sophia has also received certification by the Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) National Certification and Accreditation Association. Sophia has experience working with diverse populations in both mental health and substance abuse treatment to include medical, psychiatric & forensic settings. Sophia is passionate about empowering women to achieve their full potential and believes in a holistic approach to recovery; emphasizing that recovery includes the mind, body & spirit.

Our residences are located in beautiful Orange County, California. The beach, shopping, colleges and employment opportunities are all within a short distance. Orange County has hundreds of twelve step meetings per day and many are within biking distance. Please use the form below to inquire. Thank you.

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