Teen-Specific Resources

  • Teen and young adult housing options Housing resources in and around Snohomish County.

    Youth Housing Help Call (425) 877-5171 whether you need a safe place to stay or a ride to a safe place. 

     Safe Place  

    Teen & Young Adult Drop-In Resource Center Ages 12-24
    Provides a safe place to hang out, get homework help, food and clothing resources, as well as advocacy and referrals for other needs. 
    Hours: weekdays 2:00-6:60pm, weekends 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
    3530 Colby Avenue
    Everett, WA 98201
    (425) 877-5171

    Washington Homeless Youth Handbook
    A resource for youth, social workers, shelter staff, school personnel, medical personnel, law enforcement and anyone else interested in understanding options available to help youth without stable housing. 

    Schoolhouse Connection - Youth Connection Student Resources
    Here you will find resources written by students, for students, that are designed to help you succeed in K-12, higher education and life. Here you will find: Homeless Definitions | Applying for the FAFSA | Understanding Student Loans | Applying to college | and much more.

    Virtual Law (VLAW)
    Despite the need, young people are a vulnerable and often overlooked population in the delivery of civil legal aid. Young people, particularly minors, face unique legal challenges in accessing and navigating public systems, safety, housing, medical care, identification documents, education, and other critical supports.


    Page last updated Thursday, August 11, 2022