As the opioid epidemic persists, the market for treatment options grows, a trend that has led to an increased number of sober-living facilities, halfway houses and addiction centers across the region.
The facilities aren’t always what they seem.
Many treatment centers operate out of single-family homes in residential neighborhoods. Often there’s no sign there’s even a business there. Some of the locations are reported to be disruptive.
Residents of an Agoura Hills neighborhood say one such...
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