As Crisis first responders we know firsthand that change can be hard, but it is with great excitement we announce this November, CHANGE IS GOOD! The move to our new home, located at River Rock Drive in Buffalo’s Riverside section, is just weeks away! In mid-November, Crisis Services will make the move down Hertel Avenue towards… Read more : Moving Day is Almost Here!
BUY TICKETS NOW We are excited to announce this year’s 11th MEN Who COOK will be held in the gorgeous Grand Ballroom of the Adam’s Mark hotel. What’s better than good food? Not much! Now entering it’s 11th year, MEN Who COOK welcomes locally recognized men as they take on the role of chef for the evening…. Read more : MEN Who COOK 2017
After several months of hard work and collaboration, the Anti Stigma Coalition of Erie County has officially launch an awareness campaign “Join the Conversation”. The Coalition is a group of 15 agencies coming together for one cause- ending the stigma around mental illness. The Coalition has secured support from the Patrick Lee Foundation, The Tower Foundation and also… Read more : Erie County Launches Anti-Stigma Campaign
Spectrum News covers meeting of the Erie County Legislature where discuss-ions of the current opioid epidemic and funding for Crisis Services Addiction Hotline were held. Jessica Pirro presented current addiction hotline stats.
WGRZ’s Steve Brown reports on the positive impact of the Crisis Services’ Addiction Hotline.
With 8 overdose deaths since Saturday, Erie County advocates urge families and addicts to call Crisis Services Addiction Hotline.
Jessica Pirro talks to WBFO’s Eileen Buckley about concerns around messaging in Netflix series 13 Reasons Why:
Jessica Pirro talks to WBEN about the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why: