Open Arms president Bob Savino said about 70 percent of the men moved on to a three-quarter house or one of the supportive-living facilities.Savino
, 55, also is a graduate of the Open Arms program.After his
first marriage ended in divorce, Savino
became an alcoholic and couldn't hold a job.The Ossining man became homeless as a result of his
In 1984, Savino
entered a detoxification program and was sent to Open Arms
has been sober for 21 years and now works to help others in similar situations.
"Sometimes it tears your heart out," Savino