WBFO took a look inside mental health services at Crisis Services during a special live conversation on FaceBook.
WKBW highlights the critical role Crisis Services has played in reducing the number of overdoses in Erie County.
WKBW spoke with Crisis Services’ Advocate, Ashley Amidon, about Gov. Cuomo’s Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights and reminds survivors to call Crisis Services 24hour hotline for help & support.
WGRZ reminds viewers struggling with addiction to call Crisis Services for help & support following the recent spike in overdoses.
Crisis Services Advocate Department Director, Caitlin Powalski, spoke to WBFO about NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo Survivor’s Bill of Rights.
Crisis Services’ Crisis Counseling Program Supervisor, Jennifer Giambra, spoke to Spectrum News about how Crisis Services provides support to folks throughout the holiday season. You are never alone; call 716-834-3131 for help and support.
Crisis Services’ Crisis Counseling Program Director, Rachel Morrison, spoke to WGRZ about the Addiction Open Access Hotline.
Crisis Services’ Advocate Program Director, Caitlin Powalski, spoke with Spectrum News Buffalo about the importance of supporting survivors of interpersonal violence.