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
The 3rd Annual Drag Out the Darkness Event is just around the corner! Drag Out Darkness is an annual suicide prevention fundraiser that features some of New York’s best performers! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Crisis Services. Click here to RSVP + learn more!
Join us on Saturday, November 17th for the 4th annual Semicolon Tattoo Event at CowPok. Click here to learn more + RSVP.
Looking for something fun to do? Need some new artwork for your home? Check our Lawrence Ross’ Photography Exhibit: Photographs from Near and Far. The exhibit is located at the Bunis Family Art Gallery at the JCC and runs until the end of October. Proceeds from artwork sold will be donated to Crisis Services.
Crisis Services’ CEO, Jessica Pirro, stopped by WIVB to preview the 12th annual Men Who Cook!
Crisis Services Advocate Program Director, Caitlin Powalski, spoke with WGRZ regarding calls to Crisis Services’ Sexual Assault Hotline in the aftermath of the Kavanaugh hearing.
WKBW spoke with Crisis Services CEO, Jessica Pirro and Erie County Suicide Prevention Coalition Coordinator, Celia Spacone regarding the new ABC show, A Million Little Things and Crisis Services’ role in suicide prevention.