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About Us

We are dedicated to providing resources & services to the Intermountain Community!

Tri County Community Network (TCCN) is a non-profit organization that primarily provides services from our home, the Intermountain Community Center, in Burney since 1991. The vision for this Community Center was dreamed up by Cindy Dodds, former fearless leader and Executive Director.

Once a program of Mayer's Memorial Hospital District, we have operated as a 501 (c)(3) corporation since 1997. What started as a teen center and after-school

program, soon expanded to include a preschool program and dining room/kitchen for meals to be prepared for local Seniors. The initial project and expansion was made possible because of the generosity of the McConnell Foundation and their commitment to our region.
Over the years, we have listened to the community and adapted to changing needs.  We have a Board of Directors and staff who are selflessly dedicated to supporting families and promoting the health and vitality of the Intermountain region.
We are grateful for the tremendous support that we receive for local residents and regional partners!


Our Services

-Children's Program-

Our Children's Program serves children ages 2.5-12 years old through a Preschool Program, After School Program and Summer Program

​It is the only nonsubsidized, center based care in the Intermountain Area

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-Bright Futures Program-

The Bright Futures Program, a grant project of First 5 Shasta, serves pregnant and parenting families with children 0-5 years old through resources, parenting classes, diapers/wipes and events

-Intermountain Employment Coordination Program (IEC)-

The IEC Program helps prepare unemployed and under-employed adults for work success and self-sufficiency through resume building, application assistance, mock interviews, bimonthly job listings, bimonthly rental listings, interview clothing and annual job fairs


-Mental Health Support Program (MHSA)-

The MHSA Program, a subprogram of Hill Country Health and Wellness, provides case management and support to residents with mental health challenges through rent subsidy, food assistance, utility assistance and more


-Bailey Park-

TCCN has owned and cared for the local town park, Bailey Park, since 2005.

The maintenance, upkeep, and improvement is made possible by grants, fundraisers and annual donations from dedicated community members


-Kid Fit Summer Program-

The annual Kid Fit Summer Program is a grant-funded free program for families with children 2.5-12 years old. It is dedicated to providing family-friendly events that promote community outreach, physical activity, family resilience and peer interactions 


-Community Meetings-

Our building provides space for various events to gather-such as an alcohol diversion program, dance class, AA groups, Girl Scout troop, church and community meetings

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