The Teen Late Night Program serves middle and high school-aged students throughout Clark County.
Approximately 2,200 teens from 102 different schools, as well as home-schooled children, participated in this program during the 2018-2019 school year. With few supervised no cost options for teens to access, this program provides safe and healthy activities at both Marshall and Firstenburg Centers. Program staff creates a safe space for students and helps reinforce positive social skills and social competence as well as encourage the development of interpersonal skills and self-esteem to increase the likelihood of positive decision making. This grant covers the direct staff costs for this program.