A Sober Living EnvironmentNew Found Life of Delray Beach is proud to announce the opening of our latest sober home to provide a safe and secure sober living environment for men who are serious about recovery. Our apartments are located in a peaceful neighborhood just a few blocks from the heart of vibrant and eclectic Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach and most importantly, in close proximity to several meeting places for various 12 step recovery meetings throughout the day. See our image gallery »
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A Personal Message from Founder, Michael Watt
Sobriety is my passion. I understand the difficulty achieving sobriety and the challenges faced each day. But I am here to share with you what I know, what I've learned, and how I live. Sobriety requires a passion for living. Everybody has a passion and once that passion is discovered and unleashed, the real work can begin. My goal is to help residents find their enthusiasm and work toward achieving that dream.
– Michael Watt, Founder | Sober since October 12, 1988
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