Community means so many different things to different people. It can connect us with the people or places that shape who we are. It can be the support systems we turn to when life gets tough. Whatever it means to you, community is an important part of life that can help us all. Explore the free resources below and see how our community partners can connect you with others, teach you more about staying healthy, and help you give back.
A Daily Reminder to Prioritize You
Educational Service District (ESD) 123 is here to help all students realize their dreams and aspirations. As you journey towards future goals and begin to create the life you want, don’t forget to prioritize your health along the way.
Download your printable poster and phone wallpaper from ESD 123 as daily reminders to take care of you.
Partner Resource List
Join a Gay City Youth Program
Gay City, Seattle’s LGBTQ Center, promotes protective factors that support the development and self-determination of LGBTQ youth.
Stay Healthy with El Centro de la Raza
El Centro de la Raza works with youth engagement throughout Washington State to help prevent the use of marijuana amongst Latino youth and young adults.
Protect Your Community with AIHC
Protect your family, community, and Tribe. What you need to know about the symptoms of COVID-19 and other common afflictions to keep your family safe and healthy.
Find Support with King County
Seattle-area youth, alongside King County Public Health, created this guide to connect teens to multicultural mental health care.
Reach Out for Help
Where to Turn for Teens is a resource guide created especially for youth in King, Pierce, and Snohomish County, covering important topics like alcohol and drugs, eating disorders, homelessness, and more.