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Building Community With Sesame Street and Military OneSource Resources


Being a military family can be an adventure. But PCS moves and other realities of military life can sometimes lead to feelings of loneliness. Military OneSource and Sesame Street for Military Families can help you and your young children navigate these and other challenges of military life. Learn ways to build community and strengthen family bonds.

Strengthening family bonds

Strong family connections help make children feel secure throughout the ups and downs of military life. Create consistent routines, have fun together as a family and reach out for support when you need it.

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Create routines for your little ones.

Military life is full of change and uncertainty. Creating consistent routines can help your children feel grounded and secure.

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Have fun as a family.

While being a parent is all-consuming, it’s often the little things that make the biggest difference. The Sesame Street Better Together video shows you and your kids how anytime can be together time.

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Sign up for a Building Healthy Relationships specialty consultation.

Military OneSource offers free Building Healthy Relationships coaching sessions, including the Healthy Parent-Child Connections track. You’ll come away with practical tools, resources and problem-solving techniques.

Building community as a military family

With frequent moves and other challenges of military life, finding your community can take extra effort, but it’s worth the time you put into it. Even National Guard and reserve families who live in the civilian community may feel isolated without other military families nearby.

Below are some resources, benefits and information that can help you build your support system, wherever you are. If you just need to talk to someone, Military OneSource is available to call or chat 24/7/365.



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