EXploitation, Intervention and Transition

If you are experiencing sexual exploitation and would like information about intake into the EXIT Program at RESET, call 403-918-7311 to connect with us.


For Reception & General Inquiries, call 403–237-8477.


It’s back!

Join us May 11th – May15th at Crossroads Market Ltd. for our 2022 Book Drive & Sale in support of RESET Society of Calgary. This will be our 18th Sale after two years of not being able to hold this major fundraiser and community event!
  • May 11th & 12th from 3-8pm
  • May 13th to 15th from 10am to 5pm

Entry is $2 at the door and cash, credit and debit are accepted onsite. 

Special Daily Sale Promotions: 

Wednesday May 11th:

  • First 100 customers in the door on Wednesday will receive a coupon for 50% off purchases over $60 to use on Thursday May 12th
  • Coupon is valid on Thursday May 12th only
  • Restrictions apply

Friday May 13th and Saturday May 14th:

  • Chance to win BOGO coupons throughout the day
  • Random coupons will be distributed
  • Valid on May 13th & 14th only
  • Restrictions apply

Sunday May 15th:

  • $15 Stuff-A-RESET Bag
  • RESET Bags will be available for sale
  • Restrictions apply

We look forward to seeing you all again soon! Watch our Facebook Event Page and other social media channels for updates and to help us spread the word that “The Books are Back!”.

We need your Votes please! 

The WW Wellness Impact Award is an initiative to empower community leaders and break down the barriers to wellness—for everyone.

RESET Society is one of just 3 finalists for the award, which will be decided by public vote by May 20th. 

Visit https://www.weightwatchers.com/ca/en/impactaward to vote for RESET Society, and help us by sharing with your friends and family.

13-14 Years Most Common Recruitment Age


$280,000 Average Annual Profit per Woman


90-95% of Sexual Exploitation Facilitated Online


9 in 10 Women Homeless at Intake

2020/2021 EXIT Program Stats

RESET is the only comprehensive system of services in Alberta
designed specifically for women who are survivors of sexual exploitation.

Safe & Secure nights provided to women and children in 2020/2021

30% of the women are pregnant, or have children



26% of the women identify as Indigenous, First Nation or Metis


had issues
with addiction


were homeless
at intake