A: The Friday Night Live (FNL) Partnership program engages young people in prevention activities on school campuses and community-based organizations. The program builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development. FNL is a youth-adult partnership that is multi-cultural, youth-led, and designed to prevent alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among middle school and high school students. Riverside County’s Friday Night Live is committed to creating awareness and change around youth issues in our communities, including substance use, school climate, and mental wellness.

A: Anyone in grades 4-12 can join FNL. To join FNL, please contact FNL@ruhealth.org  or by calling 951-782-5000.

A: FNL is free of charge.

A. If your school site or community center has an established FNL chapter, anyone in 4th-12th grade can join just contact your chapter's FNL advisor (schools, community-based organizations (i.e., recreational centers), faith-based organizations, and juvenile halls) .

If your school site or community center does NOT have an established FNL chapter, please contact FNL@ruhealth.org  or by calling 951-782-5000.

A: Staying up to date on upcoming FNL events by staying in contact with the FNL advisor at their child's chapter. They can also follow our social media platforms to stay up to date on all things FNL.