Start Your Own Fundraising Page Today!
Be a part of helping Cocoon House. All you have to do is set up your own fundraising page that shares why you are supporting Cocoon House and then share your link with others through e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, or any other way you communicate with your friends and family! Best part is, you get to set your own fundraising goal! Whether it’s $100 or $5000 you don’t have to do it yourself!
The funds you raise will go directly to supporting youth in crisis and empower them to rise above their challenges.
Help us frame their future!
$1000 - 1 year of mental health counseling and family reunification workshops for 8 teens and families
$500 - 1 year of drug and alcohol counseling and treatment for 4 Cocoon House youth
$250 - 1 year of recreational activities for 3 Cocoon House youth
$100 - Feeds 40 youth each day
$50 - clothes and provides hygiene supplies to a young person.
About Cocoon House
Cocoon House is a local non-profit that serves at-risk and homeless youth and their families through outreach, housing and prevention services. 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.
Outreach: Our Outreach program serves teens and young adults ages 12-24 through street outreach: a day center and advocate program. We provide access to services like case management, drug and alcohol support, food, shelter, employment and educational support, and referrals to other critical services.
Housing: Cocoon House provides short and long-term housing to homeless teens ages 13-17 years old. Not only a safe place, teens receive support reconnecting with family, engaging in school, employment, and becoming independent young adults.
Prevention: As a National Best Practice, our Prevention program works to educate and support parents. Through phone consultations, parenting classes, and WayOUT seminars, we help parents build a safe and structured environment to help teens develop and succeed.