(1)To assist parolees the department may, in addition to other services, provide the following: (a) employment counseling, job placement, and assistance in residential placement; (b) family and individual counseling and
treatment placement; (c) financial counseling; (d) vocational and educational counseling and placement; and (e) referral services to any other state or local agencies.
(2) The department may purchase necessary services for a parolee if they are otherwise unavailable and the parolee is unable to pay for them. It may assess all or part of the costs of such services to a parolee in accordance with the parolee's ability to pay for them.
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