Crisis Services has been helping victims of domestic and sexual violence for years now in Buffalo and are working hard every year to prevent it before it occurs. Once again this year, they are bringing awareness to the cause with a one of a kind awareness walk.
People struggle with addiction every day. According to The Buffalo News, more than 200 people have already died of opioid and heroin overdoses this year in Erie County alone. But now, they don't have to struggle alone.
Aaron has gone to great lengths this year to remind you that Walk A Mile In Her Shoes is coming up this Sunday to help benefit Crisis Services Advocate Program. So much so that he tried to take over the WYRK Studio to spread his message.
The (not so) subtle reminders are coming in once again this year about Walk A Mile In Her Shoes. It’s a march against gender violence to benefit Crisis Services Advocate Program and it’s this Sunday! We have a lot of fun doing it and it's for a great cause..…
You may remember Clint Malarchuk from his days as a Buffalo Sabre. He survived one of the most gruesome injuries in the NHL when a skate slashed his carotid artery during a game. But did you know that he also struggled with mental illness, alcohol dependency, and depression?
I was able to participate once again in the nationwide walk to bring awareness to gender violence, sexual assault, and rape this past weekend. It's called Walk A Mile In Her Shoes and it was to benefit Crisis Services here in Buffalo. It was a great time and a huge success!