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  • ©/TM 2018 Sesame Workshop. All Rights Reserved.For more resources, go to SesameStreetInCommunities.org

    We Got This: A “Together Poem”

    WE GOT THIS!!!!!

    Me and you. You and me. Getting through this all together.

    We got this!!

    Me and you. You and me. Remembering it’s not forever.

    We got this!

    Me and you. You and me. Hugging tight and holding close.

    We got this!

    Me and you. You and me. Finding help and having hope.

    We got this.

    Me and you. You and me. Remembering it’s not your fault.

    We got this.

    Me and you. You and me. Breathing deep and stretching tall.

    We got this.

    I’ll take care of you. Things will change, it’s true. It’s me and you, you and me. And...

    Read this aloud! • Parents read the lines with the picture of the adult’s face. • Then, together, parents and children read the lines with the adult’s and child’s faces.

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    As someone who works with homeless children or families, you are the anchor in their lives, providing them with guidance and hope where there may be none. But it can be a tough job, and you can’t do it alone. There are resources available to support you when you need help along the way. These resources can provide valuable information and advice for your work.

    National Child Traumatic Stress Network www.nctsn.org A network of providers, caregivers, researchers, and national partners working to improve the care of children affected by traumatic stress.

    National Association of Social Workers www.socialworkers.org Works to enhance the professional growth and development of social workers.

    Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration www.samhsa.gov Has a mission to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America’s communities.

    Interagency Council on Homelessness www.usich.gov Coordinates the federal response to homelessness and creates a national partnership at every level of government to reduce homelessness.

    National Clearinghouse on Homeless Youth and Families www.rhyclearinghouse.acf.hhs.gov Provides information and resources to organizations that are developing and implementing prevention and intervention services for homeless youth and their families.

    National Network to End Family Homelessness www.bassukcenter.org Offers evidence-based tools and best practices for providers, and brings new solutions to policymakers to make families a priority.

    SchoolHouse Connection www.schoolhouseconnection.org Provides strategic advocacy and technical assistance in partnership with early childhood programs, schools, institutions of higher education, service providers, families, and youth.

    The Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness www.icphusa.org Conducts policy research focused on family homelessness in order to inform policymakers, advocates, academics, and service providers.

    Family Promise www.familypromise.org Helps homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence by providing prevention, shelter, and stabilization services through local affiliates, with the support of volunteers.

    The Council of Large Public Housing Authorities www.clpha.org Works to preserve and improve public and affordable housing through advocacy, research, policy analysis, and public education.

    Child Care Services Association www.childcareservices.org Works to ensure affordable, accessible, high quality child care for all families through research, services and advocacy.

    National Network to End Domestic Violence www.nnedv.org Offers a range of programs and initiatives to address the complex causes and consequences of domestic violence.

    Resources for Providers

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    Home Is Where the Hugs Are! Children can color in Lily and her mom as you color the background. As you work together, you might:

    • Ask, “How is Lily feeling in this picture? Why do you think she’s feeling that way?”

    • Remind your child that home is not just a house or apartment—it’s wherever the love is. Together, you can get through anything.

    • Take a break for a big hug!

    https://sesamestreetincommunities.org/

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    We Got This! Children can color in Mama Bird and Baby Bird as you color the background. As you work together, you might ask:

    • “What do you think Mama Bird and Baby Bird are saying to each other?”

    • “Why do you think the birds look so happy?”

    • “When was a time you felt like this? What could we do right now that would make us feel good?”

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