OBGYN Associates of Western New York is excited to announce the addition of Emily Crowley, LMSW! She joined our team in June 2023, working out of our Springville, Lancaster, and West Seneca locations.
Born and raised in West Seneca, Emily is a lifelong Western New Yorker. She is a graduate of West Seneca West Senior High School and Daemen College, where she earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Social Work.
In her free time, she enjoys golfing and spending time with her friends, family, and dog, Bowie.
Services Offered by Emily Crowley, LMSW
Emily joins our office as a Licensed Master Social Worker, where she aims to empower and assist patients with guidance and resources to overcome life’s challenging obstacles. She has a wealth of experience working with children and families in a mental health and substance abuse setting.
She offers a number of resources, outlined more in detail below.
WIC Referral Assistance
WIC, a government-funded program, provides supplemental nutritional resources for women, infants, and children. These include monetary assistance, nutrition education, and breastfeeding support. We can help guide you through the application and enrollment process, answer all your questions, and keep your family nutritionally sound.
Childcare assistance programs are available for families who meet income and household size requirements. We can help determine your eligibility for government-funded childcare programs, as well as help with the application and enrollment process.
Bereavement & Support Groups
Dealing with the death of a loved one is one of life’s toughest challenges. We will stand by you through the process and can help direct you to individual and group support, community programs, and more.
Basic Needs Assistance & Resources
New York offers a number of Basic Needs Programs to help families and individuals experiencing hunger, homelessness, or other crises that affect access to food, personal items, clothing, financial assistance, and more. We can help link you to invaluable programs like food pantries, homelessness prevention, and more.
One in 3 women and one in 4 men experience domestic violence during their lifetime. We can help provide counseling and support services to survivors, help victims achieve justice, and protect the safety and well-being of survivors and their families.
Mental Health & Substance Abuse
Many mental health problems go undiagnosed–and patients often self-medicate with substances like drugs and alcohol. We offer a number of resources, including directing patients to individual and group therapy, rehabilitation programs, education, and more.
Request An Appointment With Emily Crowley, LMSW!
Give a warm greeting to Emily Crowley, LMSW!
To schedule an appointment, call 716-675-5222