Reset aims to break the cycles of poverty, court-involvement and unemployment by creating a positive, 24/7 learning environment where young people prepare for long-term stability and success. They believe that by providing young people a chance to "Reset," they can empower individuals and families, improve neighborhoods and save taxpayer resources. Reset is a residential education program for court-involved, transition-age youth. They integrate research-based practices to deliver holistic services and support in the areas of academics, career development and wellness. Their approach is to combine government and private support to empower students with the opportunity to earn a high school diploma or college degree, gain work experience and start meaningful careers and cultivate long-term healthy well-being. With the support of their local partnerships, they use evidence-based programming to meet their students' individual needs.