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.
WKBW’s Hannah Buehler covered the exciting news that the Department of Justice has awarded a grant to two local colleges, Trocaire College and Medaille College, which will support and enhance their response to – and prevention of – sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking and dating violence on their campuses. Serving as experts in sexual and… Read more : September 25, 2018
Buffalo Business First wrote an article about the early diversion grant Crisis Services was recently awarded!
Crisis Services CIT Program Coordinator, Kristen Aducci, spoke to WBFO regarding the importance of crisis intervention training for law enforcement officials.
WBFO covered the press conference announcing the exciting news that Crisis Services has received a five-year grant to expand its Crisis Intervention Training Program!
Niagara Frontier Publications was at the press conference announcing that the Crisis Services CIT Program was granted a five-year $1.65 million to train law enforcement in Crisis Intervention. Check out their article by clicking the image below!