Crisis Services asks WNYers to practice “COVID Kindness”


BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)–Crisis Services wants to remind the public to spread socially responsible “COVID Kindness.”

While the coronavirus is impacting many services, Crisis Services is continuing to operate all hotlines without interruption 24/7. 

They also want to be sure neighbors are checking in on each other and promote reaching out in creative ways.

“Connect with one another through social media, technology, phone calls, and look for opportunities to spread a little “COVID Kindness” to combat collective feelings of grief and isolation,” Crisis Services said.

The organization encourages anyone in need to use the hotlines listed below:

  • 24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 716-834-3131
  • 24-Hour Addiction Hotline: 716-831-7007
  • Erie County Domestic Violence Helpline: 716-862-HELP

Crisis Services remains operational with all lines running. For a full list of numbers, click here.

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