Support Crisis Services + FC Buffalo this Mental Health Awareness Month

FC Buffalo Women are wearing special jerseys this month to spotlight local Crisis Services’ donor appreciation campaign campaign to raise critical funds to support their mission during Mental Health Awareness Month.

Crisis Services’ first responders work around-the-clock to restore safety, promote emotional strength, and reduce the impact of trauma through intervention, education, prevention, and community collaboration. They believe that no one should face a mental health crisis alone and your donation helps guarantee that no one will.

As a private not-for-profit, every donation goes towards running their mission 24 hours a day.  Donate throughout the month of May and Crisis Services will thank you with a piece of their mission to carry with you at each giving level. Got to to donate and find more information about Crisis Services.

“We learned a lot about Crisis Services through our longtime sponsors Mes Que, where we were first connected to the organization through its inspiring CEO Jessica Pirro,” said FC Buffalo co-owner Nick Mendola. “We hope our supporters will join us in supporting their mission, because mental health is a battle for so many of us — myself included — and acknowledging the challenge and speaking out about it can only help us and others. If you ever need anything, reach out to Crisis Services. There is always hope!”

Mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and treatable. While 1 in 5 people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, everyone faces challenges in life that can impact their mental health. 

It is Crisis Services vision that people in crisis find safety, help and hope. Crisis Services is always one call away-716-834-3131.