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January 24, 2020 in Community Collaborative by

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North Tahoe-Truckee Receives Significant Grant for Behavioral Health Services

TTCF is honored to partner with the Katz Amsterdam Foundation on developing a strategic plan for our regional mental health services. The most recent grant of $160,500 will make a significant difference for our local residents.

December 21, 2019 in Donors Stories & Info, News & Research by

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Why Four Local Nonprofits are Consolidating

Crisis rarely happens in only one aspect of a person or family’s life. How do we, as a community, step up to ensure that all our residents receive access to the help they need?

May 30, 2019 in News & Research, Nonprofits by

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A Creative, Collaborative Vision for Delivering Mental Health Services

In one of the world’s most beautiful places, our heavenly seclusion is also the cause of difficult challenges. Accessing mental health care is one of these challenges as we lack the services and funding available in more densely populated areas. So when CA residents passed the Mental Health Services Act, Placer County and TTCF began collaborating on how our creative and nimble local nonprofits can provide for our residents together.

August 31, 2018 in Grantmaking, Nonprofits by

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Queen of Hearts grants the gift of music to local students

A hands-on arts program for a young person can be transforming and empowering. All kids, no matter the circumstances, should have equal access and exposure to the arts. Here is how the Queen of Hearts Fund voted to support this cause.

March 30, 2018 in Grantmaking by

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TTUSD School Year Launches with Strong Mental Health Supports

The Tahoe Truckee Youth Health Initiative address challenges facing rural youth by offering innovative, research-based programs through the school system. This school year, with the helped of like-minded funders, the Initiative launched more programs than ever before.

September 28, 2017 in Community Collaborative, News & Research by

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Link Crew peer mentor program comes to local high schools

Link Crew connects incoming high school ninth graders with trained juniors and seniors to support the sometimes difficult transition to high school. Link Crew is part of a community approach to supporting our youth through wellness programming that cultivates connection, resiliency, and healthy relationships.

August 24, 2017 in Impact Initiatives by

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2016 Community Report Card demonstrates the impact of collaborative effort.

Since 2007, the Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee (CCTT)’s Report Cards and Issue Briefs have helped our community plan, measure, and review strategies and programs to create positive change for the families and individuals who call our region home. CCTT just released three updates, here we highlight Education.

September 30, 2016 in Community Collaborative, Nonprofits by

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Emergency Cold Weather Warming Center saves lives this winter

The goal of our community when fighting for the opening of the Emergency Cold Weather Warming Center was simple: to stop people from dying from exposure in our alpine winter elements. The result was so much more.

May 26, 2016 in Donors Stories & Info by

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Local Mental Health Programs Receive Significant Grant Opportunities

Placer County contracted TTCF to facilitate a competitive grant cycle for local nonprofits with Prevention and Early Intervention Mental Health Services programs. The rigorous grant plan channels important funds into our region while simultaneously setting local nonprofit organizations on a plan for successful programming.

May 20, 2015 in Grantmaking by

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