Mental Health Matters


Pure Country 92.7 along with Taylor Toyota and Century 21 Dome Realty are proud to present Mental Health Matters. A month long campaign focusing on ending the stigma around mental health.

Stressors associated with the pandemic can affect people differently. You can fear the well-being of you and your family, lose sleep, develop chronic illness, or increase your use of alcohol or other drugs. It's important to recognize the signs of stress, and how to deal with it effectively.

Taking care of yourself is important to help in coping with stress. Ways to do this can be as simple as taking a break from news and social media, exercise and healthy eating habits, coming up with a new hobby or connecting with friends and family.

If you or someone you know is having difficulties with mental health, reach out to someone for help. Make an appointment with your doctor, or talk with a healthcare professional. Remember - mental health matters.

For more information on how to find support, visit:

Family Service Regina has counselling services that can help with any many issues from anxiety to domestic violence and everything else that may be bothering you. Their trained professionals are here to help.


The Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Division) Inc. is a volunteer-based organization which supports and promotes the rights of persons with mental illness to maximize their full potential; and promotes and enhances the mental health and well-being of all members of the community.


Bell Let's Talk is a wide-reaching, multi-year program designed to break the silence around mental illness and support mental health all across Canada. Find links to online and other resources available to support and help manage your mental health.