In honor of #50YearsofHelpandHope at Crisis Services, we will be sharing #50StoriesofCrisisCare: fifty stories written by past and current clients, employees, volunteers, donors and board members about the impact Crisis Services has had on their lives. The goal of #50StoriesofCrisisCare is to go beyond the statistics (e.g., Crisis Services helps approximately 100,000 people in our community… Read more : Celebrating #50YearsofHelpandHope at Crisis Services: #50StoriesofCrisisCare
The Great Inflatable Race is the bounciest fun run on earth! At The Great Inflatable Race, participants climb, slide and bounce on inflatable obstacles that are spread throughout the race course. And this year, The Great Inflatable Race is partnering with Crisis Services for their Buffalo race on Saturday, July 14th! A portion of the race… Read more : The Great Inflatable Race
Crisis Services’ CEO Jessica Pirro spoke to News 4 WIVB Buffalo about the work being done by the Suicide Prevention Coalition to prevent suicide in Erie County. If you or someone you love is having thoughts of suicide, please call our 24/7 hotline at 716-834-3131. You are never alone. We are here to help!
Crisis Services is a living model of Buffalo and Erie County’s motto: “The City of Good Neighbors”. Each year, well over 100,000 people call Crisis Services. Some are looking for information, some are lonely or depressed, some are looking for assistance with a family member or friend, and many are in crisis themselves – suicidal,… Read more : 2018 Sponsorship Opportunities
We are asking our allies in the community to rally their friends, family, and networks to support our 13th Annual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes® campaign! Show your support for ending sexual and domestic violence by becoming a fundraiser for Crisis Services’ Advocate Program. Get your friends and co-workers to donate to your fundraiser… Read more : Walk A Mile In Her Shoes 2018
Read this profile of our CEO, Jessica Pirro, by The Buffalo News. “Jessica is one of those people who radiates light so bright it can illuminate even the darkest times. She is steadfast in her commitment to our agency and we are extremely grateful for her leadership.” – Robyn Wiktorski-Reynolds, COO
Crisis Services Advocate Program Director, Caitlin Powalski, spoke to Mark Goshgarian of Spectrum News about due process in the wake of the #MeToo movement.
Marian Hetherly and the folks at WBFO published this in-depth report of Crisis Services Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) Program.