Join us on February 23rd at the Anchor Pub (1001 Hewitt Ave, Everett) from 6 PM – 8 PM and learn more about how you can get involved with the Cocoon House Advocacy Team (C.H.A.T.)!
Save the date!
Cocoon House’s annual Butterfly Graduation & Luncheon is on Tuesday, April 11th from 12:00-1:30pm. The graduation is a special opportunity to recognize and honor the accomplishments of Cocoon House young people who have overcome unimaginable life experiences. Some of them will share their stories and it really is a great opportunity to put a face to the teens you support. Join us as we cheer on these remarkable young people and show them how much their community cares!
April 11th - 12-1:30pm
2000 Hewitt Ave.
Everett, WA 98201
Save the date for our biggest fundraising auction of the year where we auction off amazing items and join together in the fight against youth homelessness.
25 Hours in Honor of 25 Years - Becuase no child should be living on the streets.
19th Annual Butterfly Graduation
Thursday, April 14, 2016
12:00pm to 1:30pm
Edward D. Hansen Conference Center
2000 Hewitt Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
Cocoon House's 19th Annual Butterfly Graduation is a special opportunity to recognize and honor the accomplishments of Cocoon House teens and young adults. Come hear their stories, celebrate their success and show these very special young people how much their community admires them.
Every year, the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance organizes one of the largest Advocacy Days during the legislative session. On February 2, 2016, Cocoon House will join and be a part of this very important day of action!
Cocoon House youth will join over 250 youth and allies in Olympia on Friday, January 29, 2016. With a youth-inspired legislative agenda and the signature orange scarves. Youth advocates will meet with elected officials to make a difference for our community. The day includes amazing speeches by youth, policymakers, and fellow advocates. Youth will also join the rally and march around the capitol to help break down perceptions that stand in the way of every youth and young adult having a safe and stable home.
The Annual Point-in-Time (PIT) count provides a snapshot of homelessness in Snohomish County on a single night in January of each year. While it is not possible to count every homeless person, the methodology includes outreach efforts targeting known areas and general canvassing to capture the best picture possible. The count allows us to look at trends over the years by using consistent methodology. The PIT includes use of a survey tool which provides a means for gathering information directly from individuals and families experiencing homelessness about their needs and the causes of homelessness. The PIT results, along with other data and information, help inform the Everett/Snohomish County Continuum of Care plan for addressing needs and making progress toward goals to reduce, end, and prevent homelessness. Cocoon House’s U-Turn drop in center will be the staging area for the youth count!