Belmont County Schools Staying Clean is a division of the Friends of Belmont County Juvenile Court 501(3)(C) non-profit. All funds that are donated go directly toward club activities in Belmont County schools to support the drug-free lifestyle of our youth. No funds leave Belmont County.

Donations may be sent to:

Belmont County Schools Staying Clean
P.O. Box 516
Saint Clairsville, Ohio 43950

Drug Tests average $2.50 each to purchase.

A $100.00 donation will allow for 40 drug tests to be completed or for 13 youth participants to be tested three times. Give youth the power to stand up and state they are drug-free!

We do more than drug testing!

Belmont County Schools Staying Clean activities supported by donations:


2017 Presentation of Tyler’s Light program to middle school students.

2020 All 7th and 8th-grade students, not just Staying Clean members, participated and listened to the powerful message from Nathan Harmon, “Your Life Speaks.” Nathan’s personal experiences with overcoming drug addiction, self-harming, suicidal thoughts, and much more are presented.   Nathan is the #1 booked school speaker in the Nation.

2021 Guest Speaker Nathan Harmon at the Capitol Music Hall on October 6th for all 7th and 8th-grade students.

2022 Guest Speaker Kyle Quilausing at the Capitol Music Hall on March 21, 2022, for all high school students.

2023 Guest Speaker “Rapping Dad” Derek Clark to speak on November 2, 2023, to high school students.


“Too Good for Drugs” programming expanded into all public and private Belmont County schools.

“Too Good for Drugs” program for 4th grade in each school.


Incentives of snacks and drinks for students on testing days.

Over 11,500 drug tests for club participants.

Purchase of 2,200 motivational wristbands for participants.

Spring 2019 Catered luncheon for 1,500 club members.


Free club membership and t-shirt for students attending the car show and enrolling in the club.


Gift cards are given to random students each year on testing days.


2022 Additional $15 dollars per participant given to Belmont County school coordinators to host a special activity in the local schools.  Those activities were determined by the individual clubs and included a bonus day for students at Barkcamp with catered lunch by one school program, extended catered lunch at school, and paying towards club trips to Kennywood.

2022 2,000 cinch sacks with the club logo handed out at school kick-off-the-year events.

Gulfport Energy donated $1,000 to Belmont County School Staying Clean! Pictured are Martins Ferry Chief of Police Jerry Murphy, Michelle Orum of Gulfport Energy, Probation Officer Dave Carter, Juvenile & Probate Court Judge Al Davies, Probation Officer Courtney Cook, Gulfport Senior Land Technician Jessica Cook, and St. Clairsville School District Resource Officer Michael Deplaga.