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.
WGRZ spoke with Jenn Giambra, Training Specialist for Crisis Services, following the deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. The segment walks viewers through what to expect when they call the 24-hour hotline, 716-834-3131.
Thursday, May 17th was Crisis Services official agency ribbon cutting and open house ceremony. WBFO ‘s Eileen Buckley covered the event and interviewed Jessica Pirro, Crisis Services’ CEO.
WGRZ explored community resources, including Crisis Services, for people stuck in an abusive relationship.
Buffalo Rising highlighted the new initiative rolled out by the WNY Women’s Foundation “ALL IN”. Crisis Services is one of the initial companies on board with the new commitment to help further the advancement of women in the workplace.