WBFO was also at the press conference on October 27th, where Senator Chris Jacobs announced state funds will be allocated to Crisis Services and the Family Justice Center. Each agency will receive $25,000 in grant money.
Spectrum News was on the scene as Senator Chris Jacobs announced Crisis Services was one of two agencies to receive state funding in support of Domestic Violence Awareness month.
WIVB Channel 4 interviewed Caitlin Powalski, Crisis Services’ Advocate Program Director, regarding the recent #MeToo campaign on social media and what it’s meant for survivors.
WBEN News 930 AM spoke with Robyn Wiktorski-Reynolds about how some people get away with sexual harassment in the workplace.
WKBW article regarding suicide in the elderly population, highlights Crisis Services’ 24 hour hotline.
WGRZ interviewed Olivia Retallack, Coordinator for the Erie County Suicide Prevention Coalition regarding shifts in suicide rates and demographics in Erie County.
Channel 4, WIVB, spoke with Kristin Adduci, Program Supervisor, CIT Crisis Case Management, regarding CIT training and addressing mental health in Erie County jails.
The Utica Observer-Dispatch interviewed Jessica Pirro about the positives of working with charitySTRONG, a non-profit aimed at strengthening the leadership and governance of other non-profits in New York State.