You are invited to experience an exquisite evening along Buffalo’s revitalized waterfront; enjoy delectable food samplings; AND support the crucial mission of Crisis Services. You are invited to Men Who Cook! This year Men Who Cook is celebrating number 13. Crisis Services invites locally recognized amateur and professional chefs to help create a unique food festival… Read more : Savor. Support. Save Lives. Men Who Cook 2019
ICYMI – May was Mental Health Awareness Month. Local media brought awareness to this much needed topic of conversation by highlighting agencies in our community that provide support. Hopefully you saw our inserts in the Buffalo News or Buffalo Healthy Living magazine! (Click on the pictures below to enlarge.) Buffalo News Insert, May 2019: … Read more : ICYMI: Mental Health Awareness
The 2018 Annual Report is hot off the presses! Please take a moment to reflect on everything Crisis Services accomplished in our golden anniversary year. Features of the report include messages from our CEO and the Agency & Foundation Board of Director Presidents; a report on suicide in Erie County and what Crisis Services is doing… Read more : June 2019 Update
May is #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth and serves as a great reminder that we all have a responsibility to #EndTheStigma. Check in with your friends and family members. If it seems like someone you care about is not in a healthy place, reach out your hand and let them know they are not alone. It only takes one person to make a… Read more : May Is Mental Health Awareness Month
Spectrum News spoke with Ashley Amidon, Supervising Counselor, Advocate Program, about the recent news of sexual abuse allegations in the Boy Scouts of America.
We’re launching pledges for 2019’s Walk A Mile. By becoming a fundraiser for Crisis Services, you will help more survivors. We are asking you to rally friends, family, and your personal networks to support Crisis Services’ work. By becoming a fundraiser for Crisis Services, you will help more survivors of rape and sexual assault are never… Read more : Walk A Mile 2019
Caitlin Powalski, Director, Advocate Program, was on radio station 930AM WBEN joining a discussion of recent child/sexual abuse cases.
At Crisis Services, a helpful hand is always waiting to answer the phone. Crisis occurs at any given moment of the day or night. Crisis is defined differently by everyone. If you are in an abusive relationship a crisis might look different to you than if you are struggling with thoughts of suicide, or helping… Read more : Continue Your Legacy of Compassion with a Year-End Gift to Crisis Services