become an ambassador

LevelUp Ambassadors are a part of a network of leaders, educating and inspiring others to learn about and support our mission of reducing youth alcohol and drug use. Being an ambassador is a rewarding experience that allows you to share your passion for helping youth thrive. 


Invite your friends, family, and colleagues to join the LevelUp movement.


Share our mission through community presentations at your church, school, business , service club and/or association.


Engage your social media network by sharing information that raises awareness for youth substance use.


Support us by giving your time and talent at local community events and through various projects.

join us

Provide your information below. A member of our team will contact you regarding your interest.

Serve on our coalition

Coalition members are responsible for developing community and youth assessments, community engagement, program development and implementation of data-driven strategies that reduce youth substance use in the community.

Become a member

Complete the form below to get started. A member of our team will contact you regarding your interest.

Coalition member expectations

Monthly meetings

Attend and actively participate in monthly coalition meetings

Work groups and action teams

Serve on at least one work group or action team

Coalition building

Recommend and recruit new coalition members

Community engagement

Represent LevelUp at community events and presentations

share your story

Sharing your personal connection with mental health and/or addiction can impact so many others. Whether you’ve struggled with addiction yourself or have been forced to watch a loved one struggle, sharing your story can bring hope and encouragement to others. We rely on people like you to help us with events, interviews, stories for social media and much more. 

Matthew “Matto” Traynor was a 25-year-old Fargo native with a zest for life and love of fishing. Matthew ended up taking his own life because of addiction. 

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Share your mental health or addiction story with us. 

"Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much."
American Author