In 1968, a group of concerned citizens came together because they wanted to establish a place for people to call if they were suicidal. Five decades later, Crisis Services has become the most comprehensive crisis center in WNY. 2018 marks the 50th year of Crisis Services providing help and hope to those in need. This… Read more : Celebrating 50 Years of Help & Hope at Crisis Services!
Crisis Services CEO, Jessica Pirro, spoke at the press conference launching the #EnoughAbuse prevention and education campaign to combat child abuse in Erie County.
Crisis Services Clinical Operations Officer, Robyn Wiktorski-Reynolds, spoke to Spectrum News about the Bystander Intervention billboard campaign in Buffalo.
Sam Vaughn, Supervising Counselor for the Advocate Program at Crisis Services, joined News 4 to talk about the local impact of the #MeToo movement and the Larry Nassar trial.
Crisis Services CEO, Jessica Pirro, and Suicide Prevention Coordinator, Olivia Retallack, spoke with Josh Bazan from Channel 7 News about the impact of Logan Paul’s video that recently sparked headlines. If you saw or heard about the video, or are dealing with an unrelated mental health struggle, please know that you are not alone. Call our hotline at… Read more : January 3, 2017
ICYMI: The Buffalo News wrote about our move from Main Street to River Rock!
Crisis Services CEO, Jessica Pirro, stopped by AM Buffalo to discuss the Erie County Anti-Stigma Coalition. Join the conversation & take the pledge today: https://letstalkstigma.org/support/pledge/! #letstalkstigma
Crisis Services’ CEO Jessica Pirro talked with WBFO about the difficulties faced by folks who are battling the “Holiday Blues” during the holiday season.