What Makes Reset Different?
• Reset is not a stand-alone theoretical program or a sober-living house with little to no program to produce change, but a residential program that combines a transformative program with the environment to walk out that transformation in everyday situations.
• Reset receives no government funding, which means less restrictions and no drain on taxpayers
• Volunteers are a blend of people who have walked in the shoes of addiction and recovery as well as compassionate people who offer their time, talents, and experience
• Reset offers beautiful, dignified housing that residents are proud to call home
Compare Reset to the typical sober living house or rehab facilitity and you'll see the difference.
Sober Living Houses: Average Rent Of $400 per month
Rehabilitation Treatment Centers: Thousands of dollars per month paid either by resident's family or taxpayers
Reset: Rent of $325/month with matching resident savings
Sober Living Houses: 3-4 People Per Bedroom
Rehabilitation Treatment Centers: Institutional environment
Reset: Beautiful, spacious home with 1-2 per bedroom
Sober Living Houses: Requirements include going to outside meetings and staying sober
Rehabilitation Treatment Centers: Comprehensive program with many requirements
Reset: Comprehensive program with requirements to graduate
Sober Living Houses: Must have job and income to stay busy and pay rent
Rehabilitation Treatment Centers: No job
Reset: 30 days to find a job with support until job is acquired
Sober Living Houses: Out there in the "real world"
Rehabilitation Treatment Centers: Sheltered from the "real world"
Reset: In the "real world" with a buffer and support