Crisis Services’ Crisis Counseling Program Supervisor, Jennifer Giambra, spoke to Spectrum News about how Crisis Services provides support to folks throughout the holiday season. You are never alone; call 716-834-3131 for help and support.
Crisis Services’ Crisis Counseling Program Director, Rachel Morrison, spoke to WGRZ about the Addiction Open Access Hotline.
Crisis Services’ Advocate Program Director, Caitlin Powalski, spoke with Spectrum News Buffalo about the importance of supporting survivors of interpersonal violence.
[TRIGGER WARNING: The following text contains information about sexual violence which may be difficult to read. If you or a loved one are a survivor of sexual assault, please know that we are here for you if you need to talk. Call us at 716-834-3131 for support 24/7/365.] It’s been 12 years since that Indian… Read more : 1985 Submission to The Advocate (Full Text)
Crisis Services’ CEO, Jessica Pirro, stopped by WIVB Channel 4 to discuss the agency’s 50th anniversary and services it provides.
Senior reporter, Eileen Buckley, covers Crisis Services’ rebrand launch for WBFO.
October is #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth! Our Advocate Program provides 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. The Advocate Program is committed to empowering survivors of domestic/family/sexual violence and elder abuse without discrimination. We strive to reduce the impact… Read more : October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month
On Saturday, November 17th join a community of suicide loss survivors to find comfort and gain understanding. You are not alone. Click here to learn more + register today. SOS Save date flyer 2018