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Gateway Mountain Center


10038 Meadow Way, Unit D, Truckee, CA 96161

(530) 426-2110


Gateway Mountain Center is a nonprofit community where young people learn to be self-aware through connection with nature, self, and the community.

Created as a place for youth to learn, heal, and thrive, the Gateway Mountain Center in Truckee has a mission to improve the lives of kids who’ve been through traumatic experiences by taking them on wellness adventures coupled with nature-based learning. Incepted in 2005, Gateway Mountain Center works with the school district to provide therapeutic one-on-one mentoring with a focus on nurturing participants’ resiliency, self-awareness, and grit.

Using its innovative “Four Roots for Growing a Human” and Whole Hearts, Minds, and Bodies programs, Gateway Mountain Center emphasizes using nature as a guide and therapeutic playground for people ages 5-23 to build healthy connections and start the process of healing. Types of adventures that Gateway Mountain Center provides to local high-risk youth include rock climbing and kayaking in the summer and snowboarding and snowshoeing in the winter. Meditation, yoga, and mindfulness practices are also highly encouraged to cope with stress and come to a place of happiness and peace.

Connecting With Community Groups in Placer County

Placer County community groups and nonprofits play a fundamental role in making this a safe and thriving place.

Consider getting involved by volunteering your time, donating money, or both. Above you can learn about what services Gateway Mountain Center provides to the community and easily volunteer, donate, register for services, or connect with them on social media. Visit the Placer County Community Groups directory to see a comprehensive list of organizations on all subjects that are relevant to creating a vibrant local community.

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The California Tahoe Conservancy has awarded the following grants to support environmental education and expand equitable access to Lake Tahoe’s beaches, trails, and mountains: Adventure Risk Challenge ($100,000), the Gateway Mountain Center ($150,000), Lake Tahoe Unified School District ($99,000) and the Tahoe Rim Trail Association ($100,000).
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