Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee

Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee

The Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee (CCTT)  is a partnership of nonprofit and public organizations working together to address fundamental needs of families in the Tahoe Truckee Region. Collectively, we identify emerging community issues and develop strategies with our combined vision and resources.

Resource Sharing Meetings

Resource Sharing meetings are open to the public.  The meetings are an opportunity to learn something new and to meet and network with other professionals and volunteers working for our community’s children and families.

Upcoming Meetings
August 1, 2017: Human Trafficking
September 5, 2017: TBA
October 3, 2017: TBA
November 7, 2017: Annual Youth Forum (at TTUSD District Office)
December 5, 2017: Annual Holiday Party
January 2, 2017: TBA
February 6, 2018: TBA
March 6, 2018: TBA
April 3, 2018: Child Abuse Prevention Forum
May 8, 2018: Mental Health Awareness Month
June 5, 2018: TBA

To suggest meeting topics or speakers, email Bulletin@CommunityCollaborative.org.

Community Report Cards and Issue Briefs

The Tahoe Truckee Community Report Cards highlight issues impacting local residents. Utilizing Results Scorecard 3.0, the Report Cards measure community indicators and highlight economic well-being, health, and education trends in our community. Through the use of this data, agencies and the community at large are able to plan and review strategies and programs that create positive change for children, families, seniors, and all community members.

On the Verge

This year, CCTT piloted On the Verge (OTV), a leadership development program geared toward staff of family strengthening agencies. As leadership development evolves, more and more emphasis is placed on the importance of strategic networks and collaborative partnerships in building both individual and agency capacity. OTV’s statewide program focuses on leadership development, expanding capacity, and improving retention within the Family Strengthening field.

We are currently seeking applicants (nonprofit, education, and public agency staff members) to partake in the year long program. Apply here.

The Tahoe – Truckee OTV pilot cohort produced the above film. Please share it!

Who We Are

We are comprised of over 40 health, social service, education and community-based organizations who meet monthly to collaborate, network, share and learn. CCTT originated nearly 20 years ago and became a program of the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation in 2008.

We Do This By

  • Promoting Collaboration
  • Holding the Regional “Big Picture”
  • Assessing and Prioritizing Community Needs
  • Convening and Facilitating a Community Response
  • Building Capacity in Organizations and Community
  • Promoting Advocacy and Leadership
  • Maximizing New and Existing Resources

 Contact Us!

Alison Schwedner, CCTT Director
Sara Schricte, CCTT Coordinator

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