What is Friday Night Live (FNL)?
Friday Night Live builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities.
FNL is a youth-adult partnership that supports a lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. It can be a chapter on your school campus, or in community based organizations and extends into a county youth council.
Developed in 1984 by the State Office of Traffic Safety and the Department of Alcohol and Drug programs, FNL was piloted in Sacramento, Contra Costa and Riverside counties. It was created to address alcohol related crashes among youth and has evolved to include many more issues which youth face.
- Young people will experience a safe environment.
- Youth will have opportunities for involvement and connection to their community and school.
- Young people will have opportunities for leadership and advocacy.
- Youth will have opportunities to engage in meaningful skill building activities that are designed to capture their interest and participation.
- Young people will have opportunities to build caring and meaningful relationships with youth and adults.
Friday Night Live Mentoring
It's an awesome experience where youth get to meet new people and try new things! FNL Mentoring is a program where high school students mentor middle school students for 1 1/2 hours a week during the school year. High school mentors are positive role models who will help middle school students develop life skills. This program run in West Sacramento and Woodland. Interested? Fill out this application.
Friday Night Live
Is a statewide high school age youth program where you can be yourself! It is a partnership that supports a lifestyle free of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. This program runs in Winters. Interested? Fill out this application.
Is made up of high school age youth (9th-12th grade) from Yolo County who help plan and present youth led conferences and activities for youth. This is a County wide program that meets in Woodland. Interested? Fill out this application.
Is a statewide middle school age youth program where you can experience fun and meaningful activities as well as help plan and implement them. This program is in Woodland and Esparto. Interested? Fill out this application.
You might also be interested in our YUFA STAR Program.
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Elena Jaime-Pacheco, Outreach Specialist II
Debbie Clifford, Outreach Specialist II