West Valley Every 15 Minutes 2018


The Every 15 Minutes Program was done this year at West Valley High School.  It is a powerful two-day event urging students to never drink and drive.  Click the photo to check out the full-length video from the event!


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11081005_1168704143144470_126795452877718791_nFriday Night Live

Friday Night Live builds partnerships for positive and healthy youth development which engage youth as active leaders and resources in their communities. The California Friday Night Live (FNL) Program was developed in 1984 in Sacramento by the State Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs (ADP) and the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS).


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A Sobering Choice Coalition

  • To enable offenders, perhaps for the first time, to consider the pain and suffering drunk driving can cause to others
  • To help offenders move beyond focusing on their own problems
  • To serve as a first step in breaking down the denial of alcoholism or the denial of those addicted to other drugs
  • To imprint images of real people in offenders’ minds which may replay when drinking and driving is again an option
  • To change behavior and save lives
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What Youth are saying about Peer Mentoring

“I learned what it means to have true friends.”

“Mentoring taught me that no matter who I am or what personality I have, there will always be someone who accepts me.”


“I enjoyed having the ability to make a difference and to share that trying to be popular means being above the influence even if people go against you.”


“I could actually talk to someone who would listen.”