A Better Choice: Rise Up Counseling
© 2018 | A Better Choice Rise up Counseling
Gemimah Kerner -Rodriguez, Executive Director
1140 Kildaire Farm RD
Cary NC 27511
5533 NC Hwy 42 West
Garner NC 27529
DWI, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
We are very proud and honored to have two veterans in our agency. First our clinician Joe Hazel, retired from the Navy. Secondly, Joany Rosales our program director and Counselor a Coast Guard Veteran.
You still are the champions of a noble cause. Here we are, with our hearts full of gratitude, giving you Blessings and Honor for the sacrifices and courage that you heroically fought for the freedom and honor of America to make it the greatest nation on earth!
We thank all you brave men and women who sacrificed so much, so that we could have a better life and a country to call home. All of you that still with us and all of you that that are not because gave your life for the cause of freedom and Care. We thank our Veterans’ families that suffer with them for our nations cause. Thank you so much.
We remember those who gave everything of themselves than to protect others. We remember those who sacrificed not even if it weren’t demanded of them in the line of duty. In fact, we recognize the devotion and gallantry with which these people ennobled our nation.
Thank you Veterans!
Joe Hazel U.S. Navy Vet
Phone: 919-345-5230 Fax: 888-900-7754
288 East St Ste.1003
Pittsboro, NC 27312
ABOUT OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTION:
Our executive director, Gemimah Kerner Rodriguez, has been working over 15 years as a substance abuse counselor in Wake County and has more than 25-years experience working as parent educator and christian family counselor.
Born and raised in Havana, Cuba, Gemimah received her license in Havana. She worked in Peru as missionary for almost three years as a christian family counselor and educator. She has a master in Theology and a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. She is certified substance abuse counselor and parent educator at the professional level by the State of North Carolina.
Since 2003, Gemimah has been employed with SAFEchild, a non-profit child abuse prevention agency as a program coordinator teaching parenting education classes and case management. Also for the last 15 years she has been working around Wake County with cases of DWI and other drug and alcohol problems and as a volunteer in the community.
Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
U.S. Coast Guard Vet