"Sesame Street" has a new resident, and she's helping foster children and their caregivers. Karli, a Muppet in foster care, debuted along with her "for-now" parents Dalia and Clem.

Karli and her story are part of the Sesame Street in Communities program, which provides resources to help providers and caregivers aid children in working through tough issues and traumatic experiences.

The bilingual, free resources featuring Karli include a series of videos, coloring pages, articles and printables.

The videos tackle issues foster children can face, including not feeling like they belong and missing their parents.

Even when hearts feel like they’re breaking, they can still grow bigger and bigger with more love and care. Karli, a young Muppet in foster care, and her friend@Elmo look at what fills up their hearts in this new video on@SesameCommunity.#SesameCommunitypic.twitter.com/GS4DFtd6F6

— Sesame Street (@sesamestreet)May 20, 2019

"Fostering a child takes patience, resilience, and sacrifice, and we know that caring adults hold the power to buffer the effects of traumatic experiences on young children,” Dr. Jeanette Betancourt, senior vice president of U.S. Social Impact at Sesame Workshop said in a press release. “We want foster parents and providers to hear that what they do matters — they have the enormous job of building and rebuilding family structures and children’s sense of safety."

Watch "You Belong" featuring Karli, Dalia, Clem and Elmo below.

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