WIVB’s Christy Kern spoke with Crisis Services’ CEO, Jessica Pirro about this year’s Men Who Cook and what to expect! Tickets are on sale now!
WBFO’s Eileen Buckley attended the press conference and Raising of Hope Flag Ceremony to help kick-off Suicide Prevention Week in Erie County.
WGRZ covered the Raising of Hope Flag Ceremony & Press Conference to help kick-off Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and Week in Erie County.
Buffalo Business First released their “The List” featuring the largest Buffalo behavioral health providers (based on employee size). Crisis Services is number 11.
Buffalo Business First featured Jessica Pirro in a article entitled ” Politics can add to patients’ problems, Buffalo-area behavioral health providers say”. This was also in follow up to The List – Largest Behavioral Health Providers in Buffalo (by employee size). Crisis Services is number 11.
The Buffalo News interviewed Robyn Wiktorski-Reynolds, Crisis Services’ Clinical Operations Officer, in an article about the aftermath of sexual abuse for two former Ken-Ton students.
Steven Cichon of Buffalo Stories Archives & Blog, spoke with Jessica Pirro, Crisis Services CEO, following a personal memoir he wrote about struggling with depression and anxiety. Jessica Pirro offered information about Crisis Services for those unfamiliar with the hotline.
Spectrum News Buffalo spoke with Jessica Pirro, Crisis Services CEO, and Dr. Celia Spacone, Coordinator of the Erie County Suicide Prevention Coalition, about the recent uptick in calls about depression, suicide and mental health issues.