Premera Blue Cross volunteer Jaimie Powell uses her cell phone light to help look for a hole in a desk as she and Michelle Rosenblad assemble furniture April 10 at the new Cocoon House for young people who are homeless on Colby Avenue in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Premera Blue Cross volunteer Jaimie Powell uses her cell phone light to help look for a hole in a desk as she and Michelle Rosenblad assemble furniture April 10 at the new Cocoon House for young people who are homeless on Colby Avenue in Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Everett gets 40 new beds for at-risk youth and young adults

Cocoon House will open a new services and housing center on Colby Avenue on Friday.

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