For Teachers

Download the PDF to learn more about how you can get involved with CLIF

For Parents

Car crashes remain the #1 killer of teens in America, taking about 3,000 young lives each year. In 2016, in Tennessee, 90 teens were killed in motor vehicle crashes. As a parent you play an important role in reducing the number of young lives that are taken each year in car crashes. Your teens need your guidance and involvement during the early driving years. Below is a Parent-Teen Driving Agreement, for you and your teen to discuss and agree to for safe practices on the road.

Program Overview

Through C.L.I.F. C.A.R.E.S., students work together, in C.A.R.E.S. Club, or other school-based clubs/organizations, in a peer-to-peer learning environment, in order to advocate for road education and safety amongst each other. Club members develop different ideas, strategies, and projects that address specific issues for young drivers in their schools and communities. Students will undergo key leadership training to better equip them to become life-long traffic safety advocates and future successors in the Mid-South workforce.

Download a Charter Packet

The charter packet contains all the information you need to learn more about CLIF and find ways to help!


Saving Tennessee Teens, One Life At a Time