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Cocoon House

The comprehensive approach of Cocoon House ensures that each young person is met where they are, physically and emotionally, to ensure the best possible outcomes for their future. Young people connect with Cocoon House staff when in our programs, in their schools, or out on the street. Parents are provided with services to help keep their teen in the home, or provide the smoothest transition possible if the teen is returning home from homelessness. This scope of service allows Cocoon House to ensure they are reaching young people and families in all possible ways to ensure that every child has a home and a future.

Teen Health

Teen Health is a good website if you want information on a wide variety of topics. There's a lot of information on health, emotional issues and advice on life. If you need more information to make smart and educated decisions then this is the site to check out. The subjects the site covers are things on nutrition, your body, positive mental health and covers the topics that teens have questions on. Moving into the teenage years can be very confusing, anxious and exciting at the same time. Having the right information during this time can ease the transition into young adulthood.

Also, they have good articles for those who need to make up PE absences.

It's My Life

It's My Life deals with life and the stuff that wedeal with every day. Whatever problem you're dealing with, believe it or not, other kids and teens have gone through the same thing. Here at It's My Life, you can read informative articles, share your stories, play games and activities, take quizzes and polls, watch video clips of other kids talking about their feelings and experiences, get advice from older kids and experts, and contribute your own comments and questions. It's My Life also features interviews with celebrities about stuff they had to go throughwhen they were kids.

Snohomish County Library-Homework Help

Do you need help with homework and need someone to help you right now? The Snohomish County Library has online tutoring for homework help and online resources for every subject. Use the "HelpNow" program to chat with a live tutor to help you with your homework or any other assignments you have. They can answer questions for you on things you might not be clear on. Tutors are available from 1-10pm, seven days a week.

Also, use the "Writing Lab" feature to get help with essays, reports or writing assignments. Submit your document to their website and someone will respond to you in 24 hours.

Finally, if you are having trouble in math, this site offers links for help on the internet.

*Students must have a Snohomish County library card to access this help. Please sign up for a free card at your local library.

Stop Bullying Now!

The site is a great resource for students who need help or more information on bullying and how to deal with it.

There are tips on dealing with bullies, interactive games and web videos on bullying. Students can also ask experts if they have questions on bullying.

Teen Link

Teen Link is a great help line for teens who may need someone to talk to about an issue they are having. Students are able to connect with trained teens to be able to discuss any issue small or big.

The help line is open from 6-10pm 365 days of the year.