Three great Unbreakable Bold and Cold runs

Nov. 26 in Brampton; Nov. 27 in Oakville; Dec. 4 in Toronto

Contact: amanda@cameronhelps.ca

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Take the Unbreakable 1000 Challenge!

Run 1000km. Raise $1000.

Be Unbreakable! Do it as an individual or as a team. Physical health for mental health!

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John Knox Takes on Toronto in his latest Team Unbreakable Challenge

CameronHelps’ Program Manager John Knox has a new job, a new commute and a new challenge. For the past five […]

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Help sponsor a TeamUnbreakable youth go the distance

UNBREAKABLE. This one simple word describes how CameronHelps wants youth to feel.  Our goal is for youth to be strong […]

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Team Unbreakable Expansion into Toronto continues

TEAM UNBREAKABLE programs are expanding into the Toronto area, thanks to generous funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. With OTF […]

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Fall donation campaign appeal

Due to the success of Team Unbreakable, the demand is greater than our capacity to deliver. Our roadblock is funding. […]

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WHY THERE IS A NEED

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among youth. Only motor vehicle accidents kill more. Suicide is preventable – 90 percent stem from treatable mental illness. Mental illness is among the most poorly funded and resourced areas of health care. CameronHelps aims to prevent youth suicide through awareness, reducing stigma and its Team Unbreakable 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 want youth to feel “Unbreakable.”

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What We've Been Up To

PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY

CFOFM
Team Foundation
Rotary Etobicoke
Rotary Bolton
Mississauga Marathon
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  • 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 a number of ways you can help us to “save one life at a time.” Make a donation to CameronHelps, sponsor one of our schools, our runners, or events. Bring your talents and volunteer your time. You can also fundraise through the Unbreakable 1000K Challenge or create an event of your choosing.