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Ready Erie Preparedness
Keep your family and loved ones SAFE. Download the ReadyErie Community Preparedness app for Apple or Droid
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Community Trainings
Community Trainings in Opioid Overdose Recognition & Use of Naloxone for Reversal
No cost for Erie County residents
Classes scheduled for October 20, 29; November 9, 15.
Questions about Trainings: (716) 858-7690
Opioids - Important Information
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Domestic Violence Awareness Month
The 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline for Erie County is 862-HELP (4357). For DV-related shelter, call 884-6000.
Social Services has specially trained DV liaisons to assist victims in gaining safety and independence from their abuser.
The District Attorney's Office BE-SAFE DV program has DV advocates and social workers who can assist victims both in and out of court.
The Sheriff's Office provides victims of DV access to services and courts through early intervention to provide safety and support.
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Disability Awareness Month
October is Disability Awareness Month! The Erie County Office for People with Disabilities has compiled a list of events for the month.
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Caregivers: This Day is For You!
Saturday, November 5 is a day of free workshops to help caregivers learn ways to reduce stress and make everyday chores easier. Whether your loved one is physically frail or has memory loss, you will find useful information. Lunch and materials will be provided.
Reservations are required; please call 716-858-2022 or email There is no cost for the workshop. Supervision for memory impaired adults is available, please inquire when making your reservation.

What's Happening in Erie County

Due to the recent fire at the Board of Elections offices, the Erie County Board of Elections will be temporarily located in the Rath Building, 95 Franklin St., Room 230, Buffalo, NY 14202.

Any voters wishing to vote absentee in person or people wishing to update their voter registration should visit the BOE in Room 230. Phone numbers and mailing address have not changed.

Please send all mail to: 134 W. Eagle St., Buffalo NY 14202
General Phone: 716-858-8891     Absentee Phone: 716-858-7818