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Rise Again Recovery & Wellness

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550 NE 125th Street
North Miami, Florida 33161

Financial & Insurance Details

  • Insurance
  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Financing

Services

  • Private/Secluded

Facility Highlights

Job Building

Life Skills

Masters Level Therapists

Philosophy

At Rise Again Recovery & Wellness, treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders is not provided in a “one size fits all” manner. The outpatient drug and alcohol rehab offers a variety of evidenced-based and alternative treatment methods designed to give clients a comprehensive and individualized recovery experience. Both day and night programs are offered, as are case management services to help with legal issues, housing, and employment.

Facility Center Details

  • Residential Treatment
  • Detox Services
  • Behavioral Disorder Treatment
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Outpatient Services
  • Intensive Outpatient Services
  • Sober Living Home
  • Day School
  • Private Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Exceptionally LGBT Friendly
  • Men Only
  • Women Only

Accreditation/License

  • CARF
  • JCAHO
  • ADP
  • NAATP

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Meet The Staff

Brian Giraldez
Executive Director

Brian Giraldez has been working in the recovery field since 2012. Brian became a Lead Behavioral Health Technician for a treatment center in 2012. As the Lead Behavioral Health Technician Brian was in charge of ensuring day-to-day operations with all clients. In 2013 Brian worked as a Behavioral Health Technician and Alumni Coordinator. As the Alumni Coordinator Brian organized alumni events, facilitated alumni meetings, and also kept in constant contact with all alumni. Brian has always been passionate about helping others. He is dedicated to the care and safety of all clients and maintains a constant relationship with all his clients over the years. Brian’s personal experiences with substance abuse along with his leadership qualities will hold a lasting impression on all clients that he works with on a daily basis at Rise Again Recovery and Wellness. Brian is available for any questions 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

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Noga Behar
Masters In Psychology & LMHC (Licensed Mental Health Clinician)

In 2009 Noga Behar graduated from Florida International University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. In 2013 Noga achieved a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling at Carlos Albizu University. Noga has been working in the treatment and psychology fields since 2009. She also has experience working with children with disabilities and behavioral problems. In 2012 Noga began working with underprivileged adolescents with addiction problems. Her work included Individual Therapy, Crisis Intervention, and Emergency Counseling. In 2013 Noga became a Primary Clinician Therapist where she provided Individual and Group Therapy as well as assisting individuals in their recovery transition into the community. As the Clinical Director at Rise Again Recovery and Wellness Noga will work with every client vigilantly, and help them fight their addiction. Noga understands every individual is unique and will provide every client a purposeful and therapeutic approach.

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By far the worst treatment I ever been too. The male tech there son puts his hands on a client numerous times a day he abuses them physically and emotionally, the other techs are never around and always sitting on there phones not doing anything. The groups are horrible and more than half the time you watch a movie. There's no recovery there everybody sneaks there medication and does everything that could possibly go wrong at a rehab. The owner Noga, is so deep in debt with other treatments in the North Miami recovery area that she owes detox centers, rehabs and iops all money. Her husband just opened a detox 2 weeks ago and it is already under federal investigation. This place is corrupt and bad news
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5.0
Excellent
My daughter spent time there about a year and a half ago. She has her life back. She made friends she is still in contact with. I have gotten to really know my adult daughter for the first time. She learned new ways to cope with stress and adversity. Thank you from all of us!
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3.0
Good
This place does not care about clients only the money like most rehab centers. Clients are verbally abusive as well as staff. Noga is the process of a lawsuit for failing to pay a pass employee over time. She has had workers and still has a worker that is going on child support by his passed client in the facility he used to work for. This is not a place you want to take a family member or loved one. They do these cash request forms for clients that are done weekly. They ask for the parents or a helper for their debit card information to get neccissities such as cigerettes or things he may need like deorderant, tooth brush, tooth paste, ect. I have two friends that told me fraudulent activity had happen on their card right after they gave Rise Again their debit card. It happen in Miami and we live no where in the city or even that state. Then my auntie told me they recently pulled money out her card without her consent and after a week of her granddaughter already being out the facility. Which by the way ACA because the owner/CEO was very abusive verbally. Which told her grandmother a worker told Natalie tha day she had to calm down after getting angry with Noga behavior and choice of words use towards her that if she did not calm down that Noga is the type of person who would put you on the streets with no care in the world if you have some whhere to go, family, money, if you get rap, get drugs and die that she just does not care. She then said the worker told her, Noga gave a client 6 hours to find where he needed to go or he would be kicked out on the streets just because his insurance ran out two day prior to that and he was unsucessful getting one the day before, but she apparently to him she will hold him as Scholarship for 4 more weeks so he can get his stuff together outside the facility and then end up telling him he had to find a place to go in 6 hours or he would be on the streets.
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5.0
Excellent
GREAT PLACE
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