Hannah’s Story

 

Once a promising student, Hannah began drinking in high school attempting to ease her feelings of depression after the death of her childhood best friend. Soon she turned to marijuana and other drugs – prescription pain opiates, then heroin. She got pregnant, dropped out of high school and pushed her family away.

Theft to support her bad habits led to arrests. Her baby was placed with her parents to avoid placement in foster care. Hannah’s family knew she had hit rock bottom. They helped Hannah realize that she could work to get healthy again with the help of Syntero.

Hannah now receives Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Counseling, and hand-in-hand with one of the Syntero case managers, she is reaching her goals of staying clean and sober and navigating her recovery strategy. Hannah has a job and has been learning how to be a good mother to her child. Hannah’s parents and siblings have seen their daughter and sister become herself again.

It hasn’t been easy for Hannah, but she is determined to succeed. Through Syntero, she receives the tools and support she needs to make today better than yesterday.

Help us on #GivingTuesday to care for children, adults and families in need of our aid in overcoming mental health and addition disorders in our community. Your generosity makes a difference!

Thank you for your kindness.

 

Community Connections

The mission of Syntero, Inc. is to advocate and support the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities by providing professional, compassionate behavioral health and social services that adapt to the changing needs of the community.

Syntero is grateful for the support of many community organizations who believe in our work and support it. Through our relationships with business and civic leaders we are better able to understand the needs of their communities. Just as importantly, they help spread the word about the resources Syntero provides to help those with mental and behavioral issues.

Thank you – we really could not do it without you!

 

Syntero also receives support for our programs and events from:

Rotary Club of Delaware

Rotary Club of Dublin/Worthington

Northwest Kiwanis

Rotary Club of TriVillage

Rotary Club of Upper Arlington

Someone I Love Is Aging…And So Am I!

Join us for an important panel discussion about key resources for older adults and concerned family members. This free program is open to the public – please share with friends, family & colleagues.

When: 
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
6:45 PM – Check-in & Refreshments
7:00 PM – 8:30 PM – Expert Panel, Q&A

Where:
St. Brigid of Kildare Catholic Church (we will meet in the School Gym)
7179 Avery Road, Dublin 43017

Registration:
Call 614.889.5722 ext 993 by September 25th to register for this free event.

Special Thanks for supporting this program to

  • St. Brigid of Kildare Catholic Church
  • The City of Dublin
  • Washington Township
  • Franklin County Office on Aging/Senior Options Program
  • Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging
  • SourcePoint

Download our flyer Someone I Love Is Aging.

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Loss, Grief & Moving Forward

Syntero and the Dublin Community Recreation Center will offer an educational support series for adults ages 50 and older who are dealing with the loss of a loved one.

You Are Not Alone

If you have lost a spouse, child, sister or brother, parent, good friend or anyone else and you’re dealing with loss and grief, please join us for a three-part educational/support series. This series is aimed at community members ages 50 and older who are concerned about their own grief and loss.

Loss, Grief & Moving Forward
An Educational Support Series
Presented by Syntero, Inc.

Three Mondays from 6pm to 8pm
August 14, August 21 & September 18
at the Dublin Community Recreation Center

There Is No Charge For This Series
Appetizers & Dessert Will Be Served

Limited Seating. Please Call No Later Than August 10th
614-410-4579

About Our Series

Session One will focus on sharing our stories, getting acquainted and defining the grief process. During Session Two, we will learn coping techniques including the use of imagery, nostalgia, goal-setting and mindfulness.  The final session will explore the concept of “healing” and will include information about the counseling process and community resources.

Download our flyer here.