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Give Back Tahoe: Community Recovery Resources helps families heal

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CoRR's Truckee Transitional Home for Women and Children.
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Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) is a non-profit wellness organization focused on helping individuals and families heal from substance use disorders.

CoRR has served Nevada County since 1974, with a site in Truckee since the mid-1990s, and also offers services in Kings Beach since 2012, as well as multiple sites on the Western slope as well.

At any time, about 1700 people are accessing support in CoRR’s programs, including residential treatment, outpatient services, adolescent services, transitional housing, as well as educational programs, parenting classes, and more.

CoRR’s Tahoe-Truckee Programs include:

On Campus-Student Assistance Program with Tahoe Truckee Unified School District (TTUSD: Partnering with the North Tahoe High and Truckee High, CoRR offers on-campus diversion programs at no cost for students experiencing issues with alcohol and other drugs. This four-week program is an early intervention supported by the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation to help students stay in school, experiencing improved behavioral health, and free of alcohol and other drugs.

Outclient substance use disorder programs for teens: 3 month to 1 year programs with treatment plans designed around individual needs.

Transitional Home: CoRR operates a beautiful Victorian transitional home near downtown Truckee for women and their children to live for up to six month as they gain stability.

Outclient substance use disorder programs for adults: Up to a 1 year program with treatment plans designed around individual needs.

DUI Programs: CoRR is licensed by the DMV and State of California as a provider of Wet and Reckless, and 3, 6, 9, 12, and 18 month driving-under-the-influence programs in both Placer and Nevada counties.

Tahoe-Truckee residents often seek residential treatment in CoRR’s programs in Grass Valley and Auburn.

CoRR welcomes you to get involved; if you would like information for you or a loved one, please visit http://www.corr.us or call 530-587-8194.