Crisis Services’ Advocate Program Supervisor, Ashley Amidon, spoke to Spectrum News about the importance of self-care for survivors during the current#MeToo movement that has brought sexual assault and harassment to the fore.
WBFO was also at the press conference on October 27th, where Senator Chris Jacobs announced state funds will be allocated to Crisis Services and the Family Justice Center. Each agency will receive $25,000 in grant money.
Spectrum News was on the scene as Senator Chris Jacobs announced Crisis Services was one of two agencies to receive state funding in support of Domestic Violence Awareness month.
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NYS Senator Chris Jacobs (60th SD) marked Domestic Violence Awareness Month by announcing two state grants for service providers that provide assistance to victims and their families across Western New York. Crisis Services and the Family Justice Center will each be the recipient of a $25,000 public protection grant to further their respective missions. “When people are… Read more : Senator Chris Jacobs Supports Advocate Program w/State Funding
CONGRATS to Crisis Services’ Advocate Department’s Sexual Violence Prevention Program! They won the Inclusion Award at this year’s 3rd annual Spotlight on Population Health (SOPHi) Awards & Expo at Buffalo Riverworks. SOPHi is a celebration of organizations across the eight counties of Western New York that focuses on Population Health. Through this award ceremony, they hope to… Read more : Crisis Services Advocate Program Wins at the SOPHI Awards!
For the third year in a row CowPok Piercing & Tattoo Gallery is hosting their semicolon tattoo event to raise funds and awareness for Crisis Services. This year’s event takes place on Saturday, November 18th all day long at both CowPok locations. 177 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, 14201 | hours: 12-10PM 5651 Main Street, Williamsville, 14221 |… Read more : Cowpok’s Third Annual Semicolon Tattoo Event
WIVB Channel 4 interviewed Caitlin Powalski, Crisis Services’ Advocate Program Director, regarding the recent #MeToo campaign on social media and what it’s meant for survivors.