Syntero Grief Support Group

Syntero’s Grief Support Group provides a safe space for people who are experiencing any type of grief. The pandemic has brought additional challenges to our grieving process, where many have not been able to connect with others for support. The Grief Support Group provides a virtual network of peer support to share your loss and grief journey to promote healing.

To register, please contact the Syntero Intake Department at 614.889.5722 ext. 133

Coming Soon: Melanin Moms Support Group

Mothers, especially mothers of color, are feeling the overwhelming burden of society now more than ever, with the effects of the pandemic, racial injustice, politics, work, educating children, and managing households can be exhausting. Yet mothers often do not take the time to take care of their own emotional needs. Within this space, BIPOC mothers will be able to connect, support one another, and gain new perspectives on common issues impacting their daily lives.

Details about this group will be shared soon.

Syntero Helps At-Risk Parents Develop Positive Relationships with Children

Syntero’s Positive Parenting Program, or Triple P, is an evidenced-based program that helps parents at risk of substance abuse learn parenting skills to reduce the risk of child abuse in our community. Syntero developed the program in a collaboration with Nationwide Children’s Hospital, which was made possible by a grant from the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund. Syntero offers the following programs for parents through Triple P:

  • One-Time Parent Workshops
    • Dealing with Disobedience
    • Developing Good Bedtime Routines
    • Managing Fighting and Aggression
    • Hassle-free Shopping with Children
  • Small Group Sessions – Available for parents who have moderate to severe difficulties managing their child’s behavior and are designed to help parents gain a more in-depth understanding of positive parenting. The program model consists of five in-person meetings and three phone calls (coaching/check-in).
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