It is possible. It will be up to the parole board. I have heard of parolees competing SAP outside of prison. But, the bottom line is it is up to the parole board. There has been a push to get offenders treatment within the community rather than incarcerating them which may make the parole board more amenable to her receiving treatment while on parole. Good luck!
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The penitentiary has limited resources especially in the area of substance abuse. An IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program ) is certainly something she should present to the parole board in her plea for parole. Get the details of a program and present them to the parole board at her hearing.
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