Thank you, Kroger!

Kroger helps us bring hope and help to those we serve. The Community Rewards Program of Kroger brings donations to our non-profit agency.

Thank you, also, to all Kroger shoppers who have registered Kroger Plus cards for Syntero! Please remind your friends and neighbors that they can help Syntero by registering their cards, too. No fuel rewards or other perks are ever effected.

Just swipe and shop with your Kroger Plus card. The more you shop, the more money Syntero will earn!

Thank you from the bottom of our Syntero hearts!

Register your child for Syntero Summer Groups – Franklin County


Syntero summer groups are back by popular demand:  Elementary to High School, all students are welcome!

All Groups are FREE to any student in Dublin, Grandview, Hilliard & Upper Arlington City Schools.

Locations in Hilliard, Dublin, and Upper Arlington.

Download our Summer Groups for Franklin County here.

To Register:  Click here

Or email us for more information.


2018 Community Safety Award Winner: Hollie Goldberg

The City of Upper Arlington presents to Hollie Goldberg, Director of Syntero Older Adult Services, the 2018 Community Safety Award.

For more than 40 years, Hollie has served as a tireless advocate for the frail elderly and their care givers. This award acknowledges her spirit of caring and bettering the lives of others.

Congratulations, Hollie!

SQUIRREL LOGIC: Addiction and the Brain

TheStandProjectUA presents:
SQUIRREL LOGIC: Addiction and the Brain
Plan to attend: January 23, 2018 at 7pm at The Upper Arlington Public Library, Friends Theater
Understanding the addicted brain helps us move from blame and frustration to compassion and hope. Learn what happens to a brain when someone abuses alcohol or drugs, and what we can do to help them get well.
Presenter – Dr. Brad Lander, Addiction Medicine, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center