As News 4 WIVB Buffalo goes Pink 4 Hope in the fight against breast cancer, our CEO Jessica Pirro recently shared her own personal battle. She credits her family, friends and the incredibly compassionate staff at Crisis Services for encouraging her to never give up. With everyone’s thoughts, kind words and support, Jessica won her… Read more : CEO Shares Her Own Pink 4 Hope Story
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Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in our country. However, for the first time in several years, 2018 showed a decrease in suicides in Erie County. It’s a testament to the collaboration of people and services all across the county. Crisis Services CEO Jessica Pirro was recently asked about the efforts aimed at… Read more : CEO Jessica Pirro on Channel 7
We’d like to take the opportunity to thank our Media Sponsor for the 13th Annual Men Who Cook at the Lexus Club at KeyBank Center. Check out this year’s spot and be sure to buy your tickets to one of the year’s most anticipated fundraising events, presented by Delaware North.
WGRZ Channel 2 featured the press conference held on September 10, 2019, for Suicide Prevention Awareness Day. Crisis Services CEO Jessica Pirro was on-hand as was featured speaker and Suicide Prevention Coalition Coordinator Dr. Celia Spacone. They joined several community leaders from across Western New York in detailing new and existing suicide prevention initiatives and… Read more : Channel 2 Feature for Suicide Prevention Day
Today, September 10, is World Suicide Prevention Day. Raise the flag of HOPE! Join Crisis Services CEO Jessica Pirro and members of the Erie County Suicide Prevention Coalition in the lighting of three iconic Buffalo landmarks in yellow—the awareness color for suicide prevention. There will be a press conference held at 2:00PM today at the… Read more : World Suicide Prevention Day
We’d like to thank our sponsors, chefs, and attendees for making Men Who Cook 2019 a successful night to remember. We’ll see you next year!
Our CEO Jessica Pirro wrote a feature article in the September 2019 issue of Buffalo Healthy Living around Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Read about how in the case of suicide, we often immediately ask the question “Why?” But as the number of suicides decreases within our community, it’s important to continue to ask, “How can… Read more : Moving from Why to How
ICYMI – May was Mental Health Awareness Month. Local media brought awareness to this much needed topic of conversation by highlighting agencies in our community that provide support. Hopefully you saw our inserts in the Buffalo News or Buffalo Healthy Living magazine! (Click on the pictures below to enlarge.) Buffalo News Insert, May 2019: … Read more : ICYMI: Mental Health Awareness