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Community Collaborative Partner List


Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee Partner List

Adventure Risk Challenge

  • To empower underserved youth through integrated literacy and wilderness experiences.
  • Phone: 518-727-4198
  • http://www.aimhigh.org/
  • Office: Truckee

Aim High

  • Aim High closes the opportunity gap for under-resourced middle school youth by providing them with a free summer learning program. Summers at Aim High are rigorous, enriching and joyful. Students come back again and again, with many of our graduates returning to teach at Aim High.
  • Phone: 415.551.2323
  • http://www.aimhigh.org/
  • Office: Truckee/Tahoe summer campus

Alta Regional

  • To provide services to persons, age three and above, with a developmental disability pursuant to the Lanterman Act.
    ACRC also provides services to infants and toddlers, between birth and 36 months, who have a need for early intervention services and who meet the eligibility criteria for the California Early Start program.
  • Phone: (916) 978-6400
  • http://www.altaregional.org/
  • Office: Truckee

Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Nevada County

  • Provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring professionally supported, one to one relationships that change their lives for the better forever!
  • Phone: 530-587-7717
  • http://www.bigsofnc.org/
  • Office: Truckee

Boys & Girls Club of N Lake Tahoe

  • To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.
  • Phone: (530) 546-4324
  • www.bgcnlt.org
  • Office: Kings Beach

California State Department of Rehabilitation

  • To assist Californians with disabilities in obtaining and retaining employment and maximizing their ability to live independently in their communities.
  • 530-541-3226 (voice)
  • 530-541-3226 (TTY)
  • www.dor.ca.gov
  • Office: South Lake Tahoe

Child Advocates of Nevada County

  • Foothills and Truckee Healthy Babies is fully accredited through Healthy Families America, a nationally acclaimed, evidence-based home visiting program for parents of babies prenatal through newborn age.
  • 530-265-9550 x233
  • www.caofnc.org
  • Truckee, Nevada City

Choices Person Centered Services 

  • Providing the developmentally disabled with the opportunity to uphold individual dignity while promoting a healthy and independent lifestyle.
  • 530-550-8034
  • https://www.cts-choices.org/
  • Truckee

Connecting Point 

  • A resource and information hub that connects people with community programs and services through a free, 24/7 confidential phone service and online database.
  • (530) 274-5601
  • http://211nevadacounty.org
  • Grass Valley

Emergency Warming Center

  • Providing overnight shelter for community members during periods of extreme weather.
  • 530-587-4407
  • http://www.churchofthemountains.com/ministry
  • Truckee

Excellence in Education

  • To enhance public education within the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District to strengthen the learning experience for students.
  • 530-550-8805
  • www.ExinEd.org
  • Truckee

Foothillls/Truckee Healthy Babies

  • Foothills and Truckee Healthy Babies is fully accredited through Healthy Families America, a nationally acclaimed, evidence-based home visiting program for parents of babies prenatal through newborn age.
  • 530.265.9550
  • https://www.caofnc.org/foothills-truckee-healthy-babies/
  • Truckee Nevada City

For Goodness Sake

  • To nurture the spiritual health of the community by providing a welcoming, inclusive environment for exploring the spiritual nature of God, man and the universe; thereby bringing a higher sense of peace, hope, health and dominion to all.
  • 530-550-8981
  • http://goodnesssake.org/ Truckee

FREED

  • To promote independence and self-determination for people with disabilities through person-driven services, collaborative community partnerships and education, and leadership that advocates for fully inclusive communities.
  • 530-477-3333
  • https://freed.org/
  • Grass Valley

Gateway Mountain Center

  • Gateway Mountain Center is where youth of all backgrounds Learn, Heal and Thrive. We foster a sense of wonder, connection and inquiry. With spirited, adventure-learning we help youth transform their self-awareness through connections with self, nature and community.
  • (530) 205-6245
  • http://sierraexperience.org/contact-us.html
  • Truckee

Girls on the Run – Sierras

  • To inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using fun and experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running.
  • 775-298-0280
  • www.girlsontherunsierras.org
  • Reno

Granite Wellness Centers (formerly CORR)

  • Our mission is to support the communities we serve with a full spectrum of wellness-focused programs to reduce the social, health and economic impact on families and children from all types of substance abuse and behavioral health issues.
  • 530-587-8194
  • www.granitewellness.org
  • Truckee

KidZCommunity Head Start

  • KidZCommunity offers early education programs and services to eligible families in Placer and Nevada Counties. We serve pregnant women, babies, children and their families. Each eligible family may receive up to $7,000 worth of services at no cost to them.
  • 530-886-4122
  • https://www.kidzcommunity.org/
  • Truckee and Kings Beach sites

KidZone Museum

  • Inspire learning through play and discovery.
  • 530-587-5437 www.KidZoneMuseum.org
  • Truckee

Mental Health America of Northern California

  • Mental Health America of Northern California is dedicated to improving the lives of residents in the diverse communities of Northern California through advocacy, education, research, and culturally relevant peer support services.
  • 916-366-4600
  • https://www.norcalmha.org/about/
  • Programs serving Placer County

Mercy Housing/ Riverview Homes

  • A national nonprofit organization working to build a more humane world where poverty is alleviated, communities are healthy and all people can develop their full potential. We believe that affordable housing and supportive programs improve the economic status of residents, revitalize neighborhoods and stabilize lives.
  • 530-582-4196
  • www.mercyhousing.org
  • Truckee

Nevada County HHSA

  • Nevada County Health and Human Services oversees Emergency Services, Public Assistance, Health Services and Housing Resources.
  • 530-582-7803
  • https://www.mynevadacounty.com/416/Health-Human-Services-Agency
  • Truckee

Placer County HHS

  • Placer County Health and Human Services oversees In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS), CalFresh, WIC, Medi-Cal, Child Welfare and Mental/Behavioral Health Services.
  • 530-546-1900
  • https://www.placer.ca.gov/1679/Health-Human-Services
  • Carnelian Bay

Placer County Network of Care

  • Placer County’s comprehensive directory to find services related to mental & behavioral health, addiction, advocacy, support, housing, and more.
  • http://placer.networkofcare.org/
  • Office: Auburn

Placer County Office of Education Child Care Services

  • Subsidized Child Care, Resource and Referral, State Preschools-Kings Beach State Preschool, Tahoe Lake State Preschool, Tahoe Vista State Preschool
  • (530) 546-7105
  • www.placercoe.k12.ca.us
  • Office: Auburn

Placer County Sheriff’s Office

  • Providing law enforcement to the unincorporated areas, from the Sacramento County line to the Nevada state line at Lake Tahoe
  • 530-889-7800
  • http://www.placer.ca.gov/departments/sheriff
  • Tahoe City

Read Up

  • Community members volunteer as literacy tutors to students who wish to develop increased literacy abilities.
  • 530.575.7030
  • http://www.truckeefol.org/readup.htm
  • Truckee

Sierra Agape

  • A “whole person” approach to counseling deeply-rooted in the idea that people’s emotions and behavior are influenced by their history and by cultural influences.
  • 530-414-9930
  • sierraagape.org
  • Truckee

Sierra College

  • Career and technical education programs include Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Accounting and Business services, Mechatronics, and Human Development.
  • (530) 550-2225
  • http://www.sierracollege.edu/about-us/visit/tahoe-truckee/
  • Truckee

Sierra Community House

  • We connect and empower our community through family strengthening, crisis intervention, hunger relief, and legal services.
  • Truckee: 530-587-2513
  • Kings Beach: 530-546-0952
  • www.sierracommunityhouse.org
  • Truckee, Kings Beach, Incline Village

Sierra Mental Wellness Group

  • Provide professional and affordable mental wellness services, including individual couple ad family counseling, crisis management, and child and adolescent programs.
  • Roseville: 916-783-5708
  • Auburn: 530-885-0441
  • Tahoe: 530-581-4054
  • www.sierramentalwellness.org
  • Office: Roseville

Sierra Nevada Children’s Services

  • Sierra Nevada Children’s Services enriches the community by supporting quality child care and empowering families to aspire to life-long success.
  • (530) 587-5960
  • http://www.sncs.org/
  • Grass Valley

Sierra Senior Services

  • Sierra Senior Services feeds and supports seniors in the North Lake Tahoe and Truckee communities.
  • 530-550-7600
  • http://sierraseniors.org/
  • Truckee

Sierra Teen Education Parenting Program

  • We offer an infant and toddler childcare center on-site at Sierra High School for district students and their children. We have free childcare for these students while they are attending school and pursuing the goal of graduation.
  • (530) 582-2646
  • No website
  • Truckee

SOS Outreach

  • Inspiring Youth to Make Positive Decisions for Healthy and Successful Lives.
  • 775-298-0261
  • www.sosoutreach.org
  • Office: Incline Village

Tahoe Forest Health System

  • Community Health and Wellness
  • 530-587-3769 x7126
  • http://tfhd.com
  • Office: Truckee

Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation

  • To connect people and opportunities generating more resources for a more effective and creative community.
  • 530-587-1773
  • www.ttcf.net
  • Office: Truckee

TNT-TMA

  • Public/private partnership dedicated to solving the unique transportation challenges of the Truckee North Tahoe Resort triangle.
  • 530-582-4931
  • www.TahoeTruckeeTransit.com
  • www.LakeTahoeTransit.com
  • Office: Truckee

Truckee Lutheran Presbyterian Church

  • We seek to touch the whole person, body, soul, and spirit with God’s empowering love, as we also reach out to care for those in need in our community and the world.
  • 530-582-4243
  • http://tlpc.org/
  • Truckee

Truckee Police Department

  • Connect victims to resources.
  • 530-414-6144
  • http://www.townoftruckee.com/departments/police
  • Truckee

TTUSD (Tahoe Truckee Unified School District) – All Programs and Schools

  • Pathways to possibilities and student success.
  • 530-582-2500
  • www.ttusd.org
  • Office: Truckee

Uplift Family Services

  • A statewide nonprofit that helps children and families. The agency is one of the largest, most comprehensive mental health treatment programs in California.
  • (530) 265-7844
  • www.emqff.org
  • Office: Sacramento 10-county region

Western Sierra Medical Clinic

  • Providing accessible, quality medical, dental and behavioral health services through innovative, patient-centered care in our communities.
  • 530-274-9762
  • https://wsmcmed.org
  • Kings Beach Clinic COALITION PARTNERS United for Action Partnership between faith-based organizations and non-profits in North Lake Tahoe and Truckee who share one core value : helping others with basic needs (such as food, shelter, clothing and connection to services). www.unitedforaction.org Truckee Peri Natal Outreach Team (TPOT) A group of service providers that work with moms and babies, prenatal to 12 months. (530) 582-2646 www.tahoetruckeecapc.com

Coalition Partner List

United for Action

  • A partnership between faith-based organizations and non-profits in North Lake Tahoe and Truckee who share one core value: helping others with basic needs (such as food, shelter, clothing and connection to services).
  • www.unitedforaction.org

Truckee Peri Natal Outreach Team (TPOT)

  • A group of service providers that work with moms and babies, prenatal to 12 months.
  • (530) 582-2646
  • www.tahoetruckeecapc.com

Tahoe Truckee Reads

  • Tahoe Truckee Reads is a coalition of partners committed to improving the reading success of Tahoe Truckee youth. The initiative focuses on school readiness, school attendance, and avoiding summer learning loss. The initiative will help to ensure that more children in our community succeed in school and graduate prepared for college, a career, and active citizenship.
  • 530.550.7984
  • http://www.exined.org/tahoe-truckee-reads

Future Without Drug Dependence

  • Works to reduce youth substance abuse and increase capacity of the community to address substance abuse.
  • 530-546-1924
  • http://www.ttfwdd.com/

Communities 4 Kids

  • Strengthening families, training professionals, volunteers and parents and supporting an effective system of child abuse and prevention.
  • No phone
  • www.tahoetruckeecapc.com

Truckee North Tahoe Youth Health Initiative

  • The initiative focuses on four impact areas to improve youth health: reproductive health, dental, substance use/mental health, wellness hubs.
  • No phone
  • No website

Tahoe Truckee Suicide Prevention Coalition

  • The Tahoe Truckee Suicide Prevention Coalition formed in 2015 in response to a number of local youth suicides and works together to create a suicide free community.
  • No phone
  • No website

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