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Sesame Workshop announced on Wednesday an effort to support children and families affected by addiction. Karli, who was introduced to viewers in May as part of a foster care initiative, was placed in foster care, it turned out, while her mother was in treatment. The videos are available for free in English and Spanish through Sesame Street in Communities , which also provides tools and training to vulnerable children and families through community partners like Head Start and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. It took Sesame Workshop a year and a half to create the videos, Sherrie Westin, president of social impact and philanthropy for Sesame Workshop, said on Thursday.
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Sesame Street has introduced the subject matter of addiction, using a bright green puppet named Karli to let young viewers know grown-up problems aren't their fault. The character was first introduced in April as someone living in foster care and now her story line has expanded to explain why she was placed in a new home. Clips from the show feature the character - whose mother is battling an opioid addiction - with famous Muppet Elmo as well as a young girl named Salia Woodbury, whose parents are in recovery in real life.