Unbreakable 9-week challenge

March 23 - May 19, 2020

Each week try one of our challenge activities

Be a Donor!

Calling all runners!...
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Unbreakable 1000 Challenge

Run 1000km. Raise $1000.

Be UNBREAKABLE! Run with Purpose.

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Register now for our Virtual 5K Run/Walk – June 21

Covid-19 calls for us to physical distance from one another, but at Team Unbreakable, we’ve created an event so you […]

Join us for 9-week challenge March 23-May 19

Welcome to Team Unbreakable’s 9 Week Challenge. The 1st Theme is Physical Health for Mental Health! Over the coming weeks […]

Program Director interviewed by B.U. Network About Mental Health

Team Unbreakable Program Director Nils Blondon was recently interviewed for a Podcast available on Spotify called the B.U. Network. In […]

Support Bell Let’s Talk For Mental Health Awareness January 29

On Wednesday, January 29, 2020, with your help Bell will donate to mental health initiatives across Canada by contributing 5¢ […]

WHY WE NEED YOUR HELP

1 in 5 Ontario youth have a mental health challenge. 1 in 3 high school students report psychological distress, 3 in 20 at serious levels. Mental illness is among the most poorly funded and resourced areas of health care. Team Unbreakable improves youth mental health through building confidence, resilience and reducing stigma through our Team Unbreakable Run Programs.

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HOW TEAM UNBREAKABLE WORKS

Modeled after the teen therapy run program at Trillium Health Partners, Team Unbreakable uses running to engage youth, educating them about better mental health and providing them with the skills and tools to better cope with stress. We promote physical health for mental health. We teach youth to feel positive, affirmed, and “Unbreakable.”

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What We've Been Up To

PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY

CFOFM
Team Foundation
Bell Let's Talk
Janssen Canada
TORONTO Kiwanis
The Runner’s Academy
Quartet
Benevity
adidas
  • Team Unbreakable in our schools is a great opportunity to enlighten our students, staff and families about the importance of mental health. The focus of education now is increasingly not just on student achievement but on their well-being.

    Teresa Wilson, Mental Health Lead, Halton District School Board

Support Our Youth

There are many ways YOU can help. Be a DONOR, sponsor a school program, sponsor a runner, or an event. Bring your talents and volunteer. Take the "Unbreakable 1000 Challenge" or create an event of your choosing - like a dinner, seminar, or whatever you're good at!