Baker Victory Services

Baker Victory Services

More than 60 volunteers from local Home Depot locations donated time and resources to remodel Baker Victory Services’ Emergency Foster Care Program cottage Thursday. The result was a much more welcoming setting for children experiencing difficult times.

Baker Victory Services

Baker Victory Services has a new CEO. Former Chief Clinical Officer and Director of Education Cindy Lee has been appointed head of Western New York's sixth-largest human services organization.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

Baker Victory Services and Our of Lady of Victory Homes of Charity are celebrating the formal opening of a new home in Lackawanna, made possible by a million-dollar gift by a Western New York family.

Michael Mroziak, WBFO

It was a project three years in the making, but the ribbon has been cut to open at a new state-of-the-art residential facility for young people dealing with behavioral health issues. Those attending the Tuesday ceremony to dedicate the new Baker Victory Services building in Lackawanna say it creates an atmosphere of hope which, in turn, increases the chances for positive outcomes.


Student brings gun to school

Jan 23, 2017
Photo from Google Maps

A student was arrested for allegedly carrying a gun into school Monday morning. It happened at the Baker Hall School in Lackawanna. Baker Victory Services spokesman John Pitts tells WBFO News the gun was discovered as the student entered the school building.  


Baker Victory Services / WBFO News

Ceremonial groundbreaking took place Tuesday on a new residential treatment facility at Lackawanna's Baker Victory Services.

Ashley Hirtzel / WBFO

Baker Victory Services with the Alzheimer’s Association of Western New York opened a new residential care facility for people with developmental disabilities diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or age-related dementia.

Local family adopts young boy from Bogota, Colombia

Dec 12, 2012
Photo provided from Judy O' Mara at Baker Victory Services

A family from Wheatfield welcomed their newly adopted child at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport Tuesday night when David and Brandy Andrews adopted a young boy from Colombia.