Our Funded Partners
Our partners are local providers that have been selected because of their proven ability to improve the outcomes for our county’s youngest children and their families.
The goal of our Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program is to prevent abused, neglected, abandoned, and at-risk children from becoming lost in the Juvenile Dependency and/or Delinquency Court system. CASA volunteers are appointed by a judge to advocate for foster children in court. The CASA's volunteer role is to both advocate for and mentor the child. CASAs are often called the 'eyes and ears of the court, and the voice of the child" in juvenile court proceedings.
Our mission is to promote wellness and quality of life by providing a full range of substance use treatments as well as behavioral health services. Granite Wellness is a non-profit organization helping communities in Nevada and Placer counties since 1974, where our programs have a primary focus on the family system. We focus on providing our clients and their families with individualized treatment plans that will help them heal and enhance their the mind, body and spirit.
You can find what services they offer here.
Services Include: individual therapy, children and teen counseling, relationship counseling, grief and loss, Mom Squad, EMDR Eye movement Desensitizing and Reprocessing, Groups
Transitions in life challenge our sense of identity, present unexpected challenges, and oftentimes lead to feelings of loss and grief. At insights Counseling Group, our team of caring therapists is here to support you and help you gain insight as you move through these transitions or traumatic events in your life. We listen with understanding and provide a safe space for you to work through your challenges so you may emerge confident and content
KidsFirst is a non-profit, community-based organization operating counseling and family resource centers which empower, educate and strengthen families through prevention, early detection, intervention and treatment programs. All services are free, confidential & available in English & Spanish.
Latino Leadership Council is the only Latino-focused nonprofit in the region with a team of employee Promotores who conduct home visits to assess needs and connect Latinos to a multitude of health, education, and youth development services. Our mission is to foster leadership, education and advocacy on behalf of the Latino community through cultural inclusivity, strategic partnerships and innovative approaches.
You can find their programs here
Lighthouse provides a comprehensive approach to meeting our client needs. We offer no-to-low cost counseling, educational classes and programs, and assist our clients in obtaining needed resources that help them through a challenging time.
List of Services here
Placer County Office of Education in collaboration with Sierra Joint Community College offers pre-kindergarten classes for three-year-old and four-year-old children. The California State Preschool Program (CSPP) is for families who meet income eligibility requirements. PCOE is proud to offer resources for enrolling your child in preschool.
The Placer County Oral Health Program focuses on promoting preventive dental care knowledge and access to early preventive dental services with the aim of boosting the number of Placer County's residents who remain cavity-free. Tooth decay is the most prevalent chronic health problem among children in California. The Center for Disease Control reports that more than 40% of children have decay before entering kindergarten.
Oral Health Resources here
Sierra Community House connects and empowers our community through family strengthening, crisis intervention, hunger relief, and legal services. With locations in Kings Beach, Incline Village, and Truckee, we offer a range of services that help individuals and families in the North Tahoe/Truckee community thrive. We provide hunger relief, legal aid, immigration assistance, and family-strengthening programs, as well as direct services to victims of intimate partner/domestic violence, sexual, and child abuse.
The Sierra Native Alliance (SNA) was founded in 2007 by a group of Native community members dedicated to the preservation of Native families, cultures, and environments. Our mission is to empower Native youth and families in the Sierra Nevada Foothills through Cultural Resources, Family Resources and Environmental Education.
You can find their programs here
Saving lives by empowering survivors and educating communities to stand up to domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
Recovery Assistance can be found here
We connect people and opportunities, generating resources to build a more caring, creative, and effective community. We pride ourselves in connecting donors to causes they love, supporting nonprofits through grants and training, and connecting community leaders to collaborate on strategy. This ensures that our grantmaking and resources we attract to our region are aligned and effective.
Learn about Community Collaborative Tahoe Truckee here
From Measure A to Excellence in Education, the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, the Shane McConkey Foundation, Arts for the Schools, Sierra Watershed Education Partnerships, Tahoe Forest Hospital, Rotary Club, and many other local foundations and organizations, our students are given more opportunities for success through hands-on learning opportunities, wellness support, and scholarships.