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March 2019 Update

Walk A Mile 2019

Walk A Mile 2019

Support Survivors with Crisis Services

We need your help in enacting change in our community. By participating in Walk A Mile you are not only saying “I support survivors” you are supporting a mission of help and hope in Erie County!

A March Against Gender Violence to Benefit Crisis Services Advocate Program

Registration @ 11:30 AM – $5 donation for day-of registration
Activities Start @ Noon
Walk begins promptly @ 1:00 PM
Make a team or fundraiser on your own! Win prizes!
The proceeds will benefit Crisis Services’ Advocate Program; providing confidential response and support for survivors of rape, sexual assault, domestic violence, family violence and elder abuse– 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All are welcome to this community event. Click ‘Read More’ at the bottom of this post for more information!

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In 2018, Crisis Services

Answered 85,379

Crisis Calls

Conducted 1,968

Outreach Mental Health Visits

Provided 4,566

With Education/Training

Responded to 1,209

Domestic/Sexual Violence Hospital Cases

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    Crisis Services In The News

    March 30, 2019

    The Buffalo News credited the work of Crisis Services’ Suicide Prevention Coalition for the recent decline of people who have died by suicide in Erie County.

    “Just as Erie County had made progress in reducing the number of opioid overdose deaths, county health officials are to be commended for their suicide prevention efforts.”

    We can all help prevent suicide. We are grateful to The News Editorial Board for their recognition of our efforts.

    If you are having thoughts of suicide, please call Crisis Services’ 24-hour #SuicideHotline at 716-834-3131. Our trained #mentalhealth counselors are here for you 24/7/365. Please do not suffer in silence, help and support are available! #SuicidePrevention #YouAreNeverAlone

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    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.