Gridley Live Spot

Live Spot programs and services are funded by MHSA

The Gridley Live Spot (located in the Guardian Building on the Gridley High School Campus)

200 East Spruce Street, Gridley, CA

(530) 846-7309

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About the Live Spot

The Live Spot is a comprehensive youth program (6th-12th grade) designed to build the skills and capacity of young people, provide opportunities for meaningful youth engagement and involvement in pro-social activities and reduce/prevent gang involvement /delinquency. The Live Spot offers youth led, youth developed programming, workshops, vocational/job opportunities, mentoring, supportive services and events. The Live Spot employs young people to develop, implement and evaluate Live Spot services. Young people are the primary partners at The Live Spot and are recruited to plan and implement all facets of youth activity at the center, from co-facilitating solution focused group meetings to being trained as youth evaluators. The Live Spot is a place where young people learn ways to contribute to the Gridley community. During The Live Spot open hours participants are involved in a number of pro-social activities designed to open communication and develop trust between staff and participants.

In addition, the Live Spot provides young people with mentors, tutors and supportive services from partner agencies.

The Action Team

The Live Spot Action Team is a unique program that prepares high school aged youth for leadership, responsibility and jobs. Action Team members are a crucial part of the Live Spot team and have the opportunity to create and implement activities for the participants at the Live Spot, attend life skills workshops every day, support Live Spot fundraisers, and do extra activities in the community. The Action Team helps support the Sutter Buttes Canine Rescue (pictured below) and we volunteer weekly at a local Senior Assisted Living Facility and do activities with the residents (pictured in header). It provides a rewarding experience for our students and friends (furry & older friends). Weekly we have lots of fun and we look forward to each coming week when it comes to being part of something so positive. We’re always planning great community service learning projects so if you’re interested in giving back to the Gridley/Biggs community then consider joining us!

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The Action Team is open to high school students that want to take a larger role in the success of the Biggs/Gridley community. The program requires a weekly group meeting as well as a commitment to volunteer at the weekly meetings.

Meeting Date: Thursdays 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Become a member: The Action Team is currently open for recruitment. If you are interested in becoming part of the Action Team please contact the Live Spot at (530) 846-7309


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Live Spot programs and services are funded by MHSA