As of Jan. 1, 2016, Crisis Services no longer will be providing the Homeless Afterhours Service for the Erie County Department of Social Services. We were informed this past month that our contract was not renewed and the contract was awarded to Olmstead 211. As of Jan. 1, 2016 at 12:00 am if you are in need… Read more : Crisis Services No Longer Providing Homeless Afterhours Services For 2016
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Over 300 people were treated to the offerings of 10 restaurants and 15 amateur chefs at Statler City on Oct. 6 for the 9th Annual men Who Cook. Many thanks to our sponsors, attendees, volunteers, steering committee, and especially, our Men Who Cooked, for a fabulous evening! Great food, great fun, great folks! Click here… Read more : Men Who Cook — October 6th, 2015
Tony & Bernadette talk about the tragic death by suicide of their son, Randy and the need to reach out for help after the event. Listen to their story. Yesterday, today, and tomorrow, Crisis Services is making a difference. You can help! Make your secure online contribution here and know that your gift will provide for meaningful… Read more : Real People. Real Voices. Real Help. Tony & Brenadette’s Story.
Listen. Listen closely. From every corner of our community you can hear them. The voices of people touched. Their stories, their pain, their courage. The voices of those touched by tremendous loss and the voices of those pulled out of darkness. Collectively these voices tell a story. A story that started more than forty years… Read more : Real People. Real Voices. Real Help.