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

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.

Syntero Summer Programs for Kids

Syntero’s Summer Groups are coming back! All groups are FREE to any student in Dublin, Grandview, Hillard & Upper Arlington City Schools. Dates and times are being confirmed but we want to share this with all parents. Our groups are designed for students in all grades, K – 12. Online registration will open April 1, 2017. Please check back for updates on these wonderful group programs. Download our flyer here.




Help Me Grow

Help Me Grow recently release a TV commercial to encourage parents-to-be and new parents to reach out to HMG. They can answer all questions and offer support from conception to age 3. It takes a village, and HMG is there for our community! Please share with anyone you know that could use HMG’s support.

Syntero Programs & Services Coming to Delaware & Morrow Counties


Syntero’s strong commitment to meet the ever-changing needs of local communities and our focus on the effectiveness of collaborative partnerships will bring new youth and family programs to Delaware and Morrow Counties in 2017.

The Delaware-Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board is partnering with the 40 years of experience and services, from birth to the elderly, that Syntero has provided to our community to bring services that will include a Psychiatrist, Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Counselors and Case Managers who will offer outpatient individual, family and group counseling, support groups, parent education, case management and psychiatric/medication management for residents in the area.

More details to come soon!



ADAMH: Together Families Heal


ADAMH (The Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Franklin County) invites you to visit our new family web portal, #TogetherFamiliesHeal.
Too often, families have a difficult time figuring out what to do when a loved one becomes addicted, which is why we worked closely with our partners to create an environment, such as #TogetherFamiliesHeal. The portal is a place to find facts from experts and links to resources.

We know this journey can be a long, difficult one. And as loved ones, you may not be able to fix everything but ADAMH and our network of providers hear you and we want you to know you are not alone. Addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease. Together we can heal.

ADAMH is also offering organizations the option to add the family web portal widget directly to their websites to share this valuable resource with others. If you know an organization that is interested, please contact Dynasty Ballard, ADAMH Digital Communications Specialist, for instructions.

Please visit our portal here.

Celebrate You!

Syntero, Inc. – in an effort to expand and reach all populations – has added new inclusive programming and services.  One of these initiatives is targeted specifically at youth and is a group called “Celebrate You”.   This is a group for youth to explore and celebrate identity in its entirety, build self-esteem, emotional knowledge and recognize personal strengths while building solid connections with peers.  The group is meeting on Mondays at the Mill Run location from 5:00 – 6:30pm.  This is a prosocial inclusive space for all and everyone is welcome. Bring your friends and come check it out!