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Join Crisis Services CEO Jessica C. Pirro Tuesdays at 11am EST for "The Journey--Stories of Crisis and Hope" on the VoiceAmerica Internet Radio Network Health and Wellness Channel. When crisis occurs there is an emotional and physical impact to ones wellbeing. As crisis first responders we have seen firsthand the impact that not dealing with crisis and trauma can have on a person’s sense of self, purpose and belief in happiness and hope. Tune in to hear real life experiences dealing with mental health, rape, domestic violence, suicide. We will talk about the signs and symptoms, as well as how you can help yourself, a friend or loved one in order to save a life and restore a sense of hope.

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June 2016 Update

MEN Who COOK 2016

MEN Who COOK 2016

SAVE THE DATE FOR
MEN Who COOK — Tuesday October 4, 2016

Now entering its tenth year, MEN Who COOK celebrates the art and science of food while raising awareness and resources for Crisis Services.  Anchored by some of Buffalo’s favorite amateur chefs, supported by our most-preferred restaurants and washed down with favorite local refreshments, this signature event will be held on Tuesday, October 4, 2016.

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In 2016, Crisis Services Has

Answered 34,430

Crisis Calls

Conducted 1,337

Outreach Mental Health Visits

Provided 3073

With Education/Training

Responded to 435

Domestic/Sexual Violence Hospital Cases

Thanks to Your Donations

Every year, Crisis Services answers over 70,000 calls for help in Western New York. The good news? Your donations make it possible to help those in need. And there's even more good news: because we're a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, all of your donations are fully tax-deductible.