The Buffalo News shined the spotlight on Tristan Lambright, the Buffalo Bills Streaker, who decided to use his fame to help raise awareness and donations for Crisis Services.
The Orchard Park Bee highlighted the agency’s move that began on November 14th.
WGRZ spoke with Tristan Lambright, the now infamous Buffalo Bills Streaker, held a fundraiser on Saturday November 25th and donated a portion of the proceeds towards Crisis Services.
Photographers from The Buffalo News captured folks who were all smiles while bringing awareness to suicide prevention at CowPok’s 3rd Annual Semicolon Tattoo Event!
Channel 2 highlighted CowPok’s Third Annual Semicolon Tattoo Event. Half of all proceeds generated will be donated to Crisis Services in memory of Scott Lavey.
Buffalo’s NPR News Station describes the significance of Crisis Services moving agency locations and highlights the potential for growth this move provides.
Tracey Drury, Buffalo Business First reporter, outlined Crisis Services’ intention to keep the crisis hotline fully operational while the agency moves from 2969 Main Street to its new location at 100 River Rock Drive, Suite 300.
Crisis Services’ Advocate Program Supervisor, Ashley Amidon, spoke to Spectrum News about the importance of self-care for survivors during the current#MeToo movement that has brought sexual assault and harassment to the fore.