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Unbox Your Mind

The new Unbox Your Mind initiative provides information about mental health and support for youth to navigate challenges and build strengths around healthy living. This provides 4-H youth and volunteer leaders with tools, resources, and hands-on activities that help youth to explore and discover the mental health strategies that work best for them.

Register to receive an Activity Kit

When it comes to mental health, it is important to know that different approaches work better for different people. Unbox Your Mind empowers youth to get to know themselves better while learning new ways to identify and manage stress.  

With the Unbox Your Mind Activity Kit you can learn about mental health, either at home or as a club, with resources, tools, and hands-on activities. The kit is available to 4-H youth members and families, volunteer leaders for their clubs, and youth and families outside of the 4-H community who are looking for engaging and educational resources and activities.

Registration to receive the Activity Kit opens May 26 and closes June 30, 2021, or until quantities last. Kits will ship within Canada in July 2021.

What’s included in your activity kit:

Included in your Activity Kit are copies of various resources and the activity supplies to start learning and about mental health and figuring out strategies that work for you, including:

  • 4-H notebook and pen
  • Activity sheets and activity supplies
  • Mental health resource book
  • Colouring journal and pencil crayons
  • + more!

If you’re a club leader registering for a kit for your 4-H club, your activity kit will contain materials for up to 10 members to participate in the activities.

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Thank you to our Partners

Program Partner

Cargill

Supporting Partners

UFA Co-operative

Funded by the Government of Canada

Thank you to The Wishbone Project for their generous donation from the Turkey Farmers and Processors of Canada