Grant taught high-school math for five years, then was a principal of a school in the Caribbean island of Grenada for two years. He came back to Northern Kentucky and worked at Life Learning Center as a teacher, coach, and eventually Associate Director. Interacting with the members there made him realize the need for a faith-based recovery house. Reset was born. After six years at Life Learning Center, Grant took the plunge into small business with a friend. He is now co-owner of Cincy Gutter Boys, which gives a percentage of all income to Reset. He recently started attending Crossroads Church after helping plant a church in Covington and needing to recoup from that. Grant has three kids and the most amazing wife in the world.
Women's House Director
Sheri was introduced to Reset through her son, Shane, who was a resident in the Men’s House. She had a desire with her husband to start a sober-living house after seeing first-hand through her son how things could be better in the sober-living world. She has served as the Women’s Director of Reset since it officially opened in July 2015. Sheri did this directly after retiring from decades in the world of Public Education—mostly as a special needs teacher and then in a director/consultant role. She loves the residents as her own and has a huge heart.
Men's House Director
Martin Luther King Jr. said, "The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort & convenience, but where he stands in moments of challenge & controversy." Kevin Grantlin thinks those are words to live by. Being the last person to recognize his alcoholism, he had to be the first to do something about it. After watching his father, a functional alcoholic, battle and succumb to colon cancer, he knew this was not the path he wanted for himself. In 2016, he checked himself into detox, and two months later gave his life to Christ. Kevin has been helping to manage sober living houses ever since, & Reset is blessed to have him as our Men's Director.