June 2022 Newsletter
What a huge blessing it has been to have Columbia house open! The space is a beautiful reminder of what God can do through his people. So many volunteers and organizations came alongside us to renovate the house. Thank you to everyone who helped make it happen! Working together we've taken a historic home built for a physician, and transformed it into a House of Healing & Hope for our residents -- a safe place they can receive the care and support they need in God's love. In this issue I encourage you to read about the first ladies who moved in along with all the exciting things that are happening at Reset!
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The American Homeland Title Agency Community Foundation (AHTCF) is hosting another golf outing, and we're pleased to be one of the benefitting organizations.
Play a top course in the nation: Stonelick Hills is ranked #15 “Golfer’s Choice Awards” in the United States by Golf Advisor.
Calling All Cooks
We need your help preparing meals for the residents. Volunteers usually prepare one meal per month for roughly 16 people.
Do you like mentoring others? We need men and women coaches to come alongside our residents as they learn to walk out a new life. You would help them overcome challenges and discover what it's like to have someone they can trust in their life.
Blessings of the House of Healing
When we announced the first five women who would move to the newly renovated house on Columbia Street there were mixed feelings. Michelle was joining Reset for the first time, she wasn’t sure what to expect. Staci, Magrit, Jenna, and Bobbie Sue were already comfortable at the Isabella house. But their uncertainty didn’t last for long…
Several residents have been promoted onto the next phase of their journey from the Reset Program. At the time of their promotion, residents must have secured housing, have a minimum of $1,000 in the bank, and have a sustainable wage job. Help us to celebrate Nicole W., Kristina W-L., Cristal A., Gina G., and Brittney T. as they celebrate their promotion.