The Buffalo News spoke to Crisis Services’ CEO, Jessica Pirro, about suicide prevention in the wake of recent events.
Nick Lippa from WBFO covered the exciting announcement that Senator Kennedy secured over $200,000 from the NYS budget for Crisis Services!
Kaley Lynch from Channel 4 News interviewed Crisis Services’ Advocates at the 14th annual Walk A Mile to learn more about the importance of standing up for survivors, in addition to the services and resources Crisis Services offers to survivors.
Spectrum News highlighted the 14th annual Walk A Mile at UB south on Sunday, April 28th. It was a wonderful event and we are so grateful for everyone who walked in solidarity with survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Spectrum News spoke with Ashley Amidon, Supervising Counselor, Advocate Program, about the recent news of sexual abuse allegations in the Boy Scouts of America.
The Buffalo News credited the work of Crisis Services’ Suicide Prevention Coalition for the recent decline of people who have died by suicide in Erie County. “Just as Erie County had made progress in reducing the number of opioid overdose deaths, county health officials are to be commended for their suicide prevention efforts.” We can… Read more : March 30, 2019
Urban CNY News highlighted the news that Crisis Services’ domestic and sexual violence hotline is now available to incarcerated individuals throughout the state prison system; providing crisis counseling, as well as access to support, additional counseling and advocacy for individuals who are victims of sexual assault or harassment.
Caitlin Powalski, Director, Advocate Program, was on radio station 930AM WBEN joining a discussion of recent child/sexual abuse cases.