A former Delray Beach police officer has opened a treatment facility in Boynton Beach and with that, has
plans to open sober homes — also known as halfway houses — in the city.
Sobriety Now is in the First Financial Building at 639 Ocean Ave. and owner Mike Brown expects to start treating recovering alcohol and drug addicts within the next 60 days. While nothing is official yet, Brown already has his eyes set on having one of the homes at a 1,400-square-foot house with three bedrooms and two bathrooms near the Boynton Beach police department.
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