There are opportunities for many ages of youth to get involved with Partnership Carson City advocacy youth programs. The programs below are dedicated to the prevention of suicide, drugs, alcohol and tobacco. The clubs, funded by Partnership, meet weekly at various times and locations depending on the school.

If you’re in school, or a parent of a school-age child, come on by a meeting to learn more or sign up – or contact advisor Samantha Szoyka at samantha@pcccarson.org (email link) for assistance. You can also call us at (775) 841-4730 or stop by the Partnership office (Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) at 1925 N. Carson St.

“Represent” is the advocacy club at Carson High School.

The club meets Tuesdays during lunch and covers broad ranging topics from homelessness to substance abuse.

Join Represent to gain a strong community of peers striving to stay healthy, connected and making a difference in Carson City.

“Upstanders” is the advocacy club at Carson Middle School.

The club meets Tuesdays during during lunch and covers age-appropriate topics that focus on alcohol and drug prevention, as well as creating a strong peer and community network.

Be part of Upstanders to kick-start your dedication to staying substance-free and helping others.

“SOAR” is the advocacy club at Eagle Valley Middle School, and it stands for Students Offering Additional Resources.

The club meets Thursdays after school and covers age-appropriate topics that focus on alcohol and drug prevention, as well as creating a strong peer and community network.

SOAR with us as you learn how to stay alcohol- and drug-free as well as help others.