Support Reset Everytime You Buy From Amazon

Did you know that you can support Reset each and every time you make a purchase at Amazon.com? It’s true, the website that many of us use for tons of shopping gives back a little bit every time you make a purchase using their Smile program. The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase […]

Donate To Reset Using PayPal One Time Donation or Recurring Donation

Donating to Reset just became a lot easier. That’s because now you can contribute to the cause using PayPal! Even if you don’t keep a PayPal balance, it’s easy to have it taken straight from your bank account. Check out this quick and easy guide to setting up a PayPal account. Here is how you […]

We Survived And We’re Stronger

A note from Women’s House Director Sheri Raleigh-Collins. As the holiday season comes to a close the Reset women are getting back into their daily routine. The birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, while a glorious, wonderful time, brings into focus, the Christmas’ we lost to addiction. It is a sentimental time if your family is […]

Reset Featured On Cincinnati.com

Grant Dawson, founder of Reset, was recently featured on Cincinnati.com! Here are a few excerpts from the article. There’s no magic reset button in life. There is, however, Reset Ministries. Reset Ministries, based in Newport, is a Christ-centered, voluntary program for men and women in the Greater Cincinnati area that desire to radically change their […]

Support Reset When You Shop At Kroger

Will you be cooking a Christmas meal this year? Please be sure you’ve signed up for Kroger Community Rewards and select Reset as your charity of choice. A BIG thank you to those who have already done it!! Reset gets about $1,500 a year from Kroger…just think if everyone reading this signed up…we could easily […]

Reset Ministries opens women’s house to battle heroin addiction

Great news from Reset! Our Women’s house is now open and WLWT here in Cincinnati did a feature on the program. Our very own Sheri Raleigh-Collins and Lauren Burtnett were interviewed for the piece and you can watch the video below. WCPO did a feature as well, check it out below.