Push to make Delray a ‘recovery capital’ causes concern

April 26, 2017

DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — A Delray Beach attorney’s push to combat the growing opioid epidemic in the city is causing concern.

Attorney Jeffrey Lynne sent an email last week inviting the city and the residents to the Recovery Business Council’s first meeting, focusing that the group would assist in making “Delray Beach the ‘Recovery Capital once again.’”

He is not up in arms with city officials.

“Let’s make it what it once was as oppose to what it has become,” Lynne said.

He told CBS12 why he believes the move is being taken out of context.

“Rather than staying underground and being quiet about it, we were a little bit open about it, and I just rattled some people during the sensitive times so great,” Lynne said.

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Jeffrey Lynne

Jeffrey Lynne

Jeffrey C. Lynne is a South Florida native, representing individuals and business entities relating to licensing, accreditation, regulatory compliance, business structure, marketing, real estate, zoning and litigation pertaining to substance abuse treatment facilities and sober living residences. Mr. Lynne has been recognized across the region as a leader in progressive public dialogue about the role that substance abuse treatment has within our communities and the fundamental need and right to provide safe and affordable housing for those who are both in treatment for addiction and alcoholism as well as those who are established in their recovery.
Jeffrey Lynne

About Jeffrey Lynne

Jeffrey C. Lynne is a South Florida native, representing individuals and business entities relating to licensing, accreditation, regulatory compliance, business structure, marketing, real estate, zoning and litigation pertaining to substance abuse treatment facilities and sober living residences. Mr. Lynne has been recognized across the region as a leader in progressive public dialogue about the role that substance abuse treatment has within our communities and the fundamental need and right to provide safe and affordable housing for those who are both in treatment for addiction and alcoholism as well as those who are established in their recovery.

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