WGRZ spoke with Jenn Giambra, Training Specialist for Crisis Services, following the deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. The segment walks viewers through what to expect when they call the 24-hour hotline, 716-834-3131.
Drive For Devin 9 Hole Golf Tournament Friday, July 27th, 11am Deerwood Golf Course, 1818 Sweeney Street, North Tonawanda, NY 14120 Drive For Devin 2018 Sponsorship Form Drive For Devin 2018 Registration Form email for questions: Drive4devin@gmail.com www.Drive4Devin.com Facebook Page From Tracey Waring, Devin’s Mom: Dear Friends, On December 16, 2017, our lives were forever changed. … Read more : Drive For Devin
Thank you to all who attended and made 2018’s Men Who Cook the most successful to date! On October 3rd, we had over 430 attendees dine and donate to help Crisis Services’ gross over $65,000 to support our mission! Our Amateur Chef of the Year trophy was awarded to Mark Gardner for his amazing Bananas… Read more : Men Who Cook 2018
“SANEs are a small army of expert medical professionals who have transformed the way we prosecute sexual assault cases. Before SANEs nurses, victims were alone. Today, SANEs are instrumental to the Sexual Assault Response Team [SART] that hold sex offenders accountable.” – Rosanne Johnson, Erie County DA Special Victims Bureau Chief Crisis Services’ Sexual Assault… Read more : Sexual Assault Forensic/Nurse Examiner Training
Thursday, May 17th was Crisis Services official agency ribbon cutting and open house ceremony. WBFO ‘s Eileen Buckley covered the event and interviewed Jessica Pirro, Crisis Services’ CEO.
WGRZ explored community resources, including Crisis Services, for people stuck in an abusive relationship.
Buffalo Rising highlighted the new initiative rolled out by the WNY Women’s Foundation “ALL IN”. Crisis Services is one of the initial companies on board with the new commitment to help further the advancement of women in the workplace.
WGRZ interviewed Robyn Wiktorski-Reynolds, COO of Crisis Services, regarding her reactions and thoughts to the news of former Attorney General Eric Schneiderman after he had been accused of physical and emotional abuse by four women.