Feeling a sense of belonging takes time. Encouraging family togetherness, curiosity, and confidence can help.
Resettling in a new place is hard, and it will take time for each member of the family to feel a sense of belonging. But reassurance, family togetherness, curiosity, and confidence can help. These resources offer ways to feel more at home in a new (or “for-now”) community.
ستاسو لپاره یو ځای
Zari Salaam in Pashto
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Coping with the Trauma of Resettling (Dari)
Children and adults can learn coping strategies and resilience-building techniques to help lessen the effects of traumatic experiences.
Zoe is Fearful
Video for children on dealing with big feelings, and how to cope with feeling afraid.
An Introduction to ‘Welcome Sesame’
Follow along for an introduction to resources designed to support families experiencing displacement or resettlement as a result of crisis.
A Guide for Families Affected by Crisis and Displacement
Your caring presence, paired with playful learning activities, can help families gain important skills to help them as they settle in to their new or for-now home. This guide includes information and activities to help you offer comfort and facilitate learning in the families you work with.
Explore ways you can support newcomer families in your community.
Supporting Resettling Children and Families in the U.S.
Rhythms of Resilience
An interactive course that helps providers and caring community members introduce resilience-building practices to young children and families affected by crisis.