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
Wade brings a wealth of personal experience to Reset. If fact, his experience begins at the young age of nine when he started experimenting with drugs and alcohol and became addicted. Before coming to Reset as a resident, his history includes so much, including a faith based treatment program and was baptized there. Today Wade works full time at ARC (Addiction Recovery Care) as a chaplain and peer support specialist. He is also a sponsor, helping keep others sober.
After Wade graduated Reset’s program, he was hired as the Men’s House Director part time. He knows exactly how it feels to be where new Reset residents are. Wade now leads by example, helping to get new residents settled and older residents lives’ reshaped.
Aquarius Young works part-time as our Program Director. He supervises the program team, finds coaches and biblical counselors for residents, and coordinates volunteers. That’s a lot for a few hours, but he’s enjoying his new position and he’s getting it done.
Aquarius has a B. S. degree from NKU (he graduated in 2016) in Human Services and Addiction. He also works full-time at St. Elizabeth Hospital as a case manager and alcoholism and drug counselor. Reset is fortunate to have such an accomplished and articulate Program Director.
Reset Ministries' Board
T. J. Johnson - State Farm
Cincy Gutter Boys
Florence Vineyard - Retired
New Heights Roofing
Anneken Huey & Moser PLLC