Jerome Gilgan, now an addiction counselor, needed three inpatient stints before he could control his addiction and stop committing crimes. Starting January, Medicaid will cover addiction treatment for low-income probationers and parolees. Undated photo. (Adam Wickham/Portland Tribune)

‘Game changer’ to reshape rehab

Finding funds to treat convicted offenders historically has been a struggle for county justice programs, but that is all about to change wit…