Friday Night Live


Mission Statement: 
Friday Night Live builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their community
Standards of Practice:
Youth in FNL/Club Live programs will experience the following:
  • A safe environment – physically safe and emotionally safe
  • Opportunities for community engagement – knowledge of community, interaction with the community, communication with the community and contribution to the community
  • Opportunities for leadership and advocacy – decision making and governance, youth voice, and action
  • Opportunities to build caring and meaningful relationships with peers and adults – peer knowledge, adult guidance, emotional support, practical support and sense of belonging
  • Opportunities to engage in interesting and relevant skill development activities – specific skills, challenging and interesting activities
  • Opportunities to develop healthy personal attitudes and behavior – alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs, violence prevention, academic completion and fostering learning

FNL Programs: 

FNL Kids: Incorporating the teaching of such critical life skills as leadership skills, character development, critical thinking, decision-making, and refusal skills while providing participants with the value of membership and belonging.

FNL Club Live (CL): is an extension of the successful Friday Night Live program and is aimed at middle school age students. CL fosters resiliency and protective factors through the development of action-oriented chapters.

FNL Del Norte Youth Council: The Council will be focusing on a variety of different issues, including but not limited to, environmental prevention, policy change, the development of youth services and increased access to skill building opportunities.  
DNYC Activities:
  • Thinking Out Loud Day Camp for Middle School Age Students 
  • Every 15 Minutes
  • Town Hall Meeting 
  • Social Host Ordinance 


Fairy Godmother Project: The Fairy Godmother project is offering dresses and accessories to High School students for Prom or Winter Ball.

Paid for by funding from

California Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant