The hours between 3:00pm and 6:00pm are when a child is most likely to engage in dangerous behavior such as experimenting with drugs, tobacco, alcohol, and sex.
Local Clubs provide a safe, supportive place for kids aged 6-18 to go after school, on holidays and during the summer.
Every program, practice, resource, and opportunity at Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada is aimed at one goal: helping youth achieve Great Futures.
Designed to complement and reinforce what youth learn during the school day, Clubs create experiences that invite kids to fall in love with learning. Rooted in social-emotional youth development practices, our Academic Success programs enable youth to be effective, engaged, adaptive learners who are on track to graduate with a plan for their future.
Character & Leadership
Our leadership and service programs help youth become responsible, caring citizens who acquire skills to participate in the democratic process. Program participants also develop leadership skills and gain opportunities for planning, decision-making, and contributing to their Club and community while celebrating our national heritage.
Creative Arts Programs are designed to help young people develop cultural awareness, spark creativity, and amplify their voices through artistic expression. Through Digital, Visual, Performing and Applied Arts experiences, kids of all ages can access imagination, build self-confidence, and discover new ways to express themselves.
Health and wellness programs develop young people’s capacity to engage in positive behaviors, nurture their well-being, set personal goals, and grow into self-sufficient adults. Designed to help youth develop the mind, body and soul, kids and teens learn skills to manage stress, eat right, keep physically fit, and develop healthy relationships.
Sports & Recreation
Sports and Recreation programs are designed to help all youth become physically literate – having the competence, confidence and intrinsic motivation to be physically active every day. These programs help develop physical fitness, reduce stress and promote a positive use of leisure time, as well as appreciation for the environment and interpersonal skills.
Our community has an urgent need for mental health services. As we work to recover from the long-term effects of COVID, this is especially true for youth. Poor mental health can affect all areas of life well into adulthood.
Through strategic partnerships with the Nevada Department of Health & Human Services, Nevada Division of Child & Family Services, Nevada Department of Education, Clark County and UNLV, licensed therapists are available on-site at our Clubs.
Located at the Lied Memorial Boys & Girls Club, the Family Resource Center provides resources, services and support to individuals and families experiencing social or economic challenges. By providing easy access to tools, workshops, assistance programs and on-site, direct emergency services, the Family Resource Center helps reduce the risk of homelessness, child abuse and neglect.