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    Community-based programs that provide congregate living arrangements and a wide variety of counseling and supportive services for ex-offenders who recently have been released from a correctional facility but who require a gradual transition from that highly structured and supervised way of a life to a relatively free and normal existence in the community.

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    St. Vincent de Paul Society, Pittsburgh - Michael's PlaceA voluntary residential program for homeless men with recent criminal backgrounds. Residents must participate in outpatient intensive alcohol and other drug treatment. After completion, they must become employed, continue counseling, if necessary, attend Alcoholics Anonymous / Narcotics Anonymous meetings and remain alcohol/drug free. Their stay may be extended to accomplish pre-approved goals. Men must have been clean and sober for at least 30 days and be serious about recovering from drug/alcohol addiction. They must be capable of obtaining employment.AlleghenyMichael's PlaceSociety of St. Vincent de Paul - Council of Pittsburgh

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