Due to Ohio’s developing re-opening provisions, registration for Syntero’s Youth Summer Groups has been postponed, but we are still preparing to provide services for youth in grades K-12 this summer. Groups will provide students with a wide array of skills, including self-regulation, anger management, mindfulness and interpersonal effectiveness. Franklin County groups are free for any students from Dublin, Grandview, Hilliard and Upper Arlington School Districts. Click here to view the summer group flyer with the complete list of group topics and descriptions. Syntero Summer Prevention Programming is made possible by community funded levy dollars as distributed by the ADAMH Board of Franklin County.
Syntero has collaborative partnerships with primary care providers to provide integrated care for shared clients through increased communication, shared outcomes and care coordination. Integrating mental health, substance use and primary care services produces the best outcomes and proves the most effective approach to caring for people with multiple healthcare needs.
Syntero is pleased to announce a new partnership with Genoa Healthcare, our on-site pharmacy provider. Genoa’s full-service pharmacy will enable Syntero clients to conveniently fill prescriptions on site, and even have prescriptions mailed at no cost. The pharmacy will be located at Syntero’s Dublin location, but is available for all Syntero clients. More information is available here.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide was the tenth leading cause of death overall in the United States, but it is the second leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 10 and 34; however, it is a preventable public health problem. Ninety percent of people in a suicidal crisis will give some kind of warning to those around them, including the following:
- Alcohol and drug abuse
- Statements revealing or suggesting a desire to die
- Sudden behavior changes
- Giving away personal belongings
- Purchasing a gun or stockpiling pills
- Previous attempts
Twenty percent of 13-18-year-olds live with a mental health condition and 17 percent of youth report that they have seriously considered taking their own life in the past year. These startling statistics are just some of the reasons why Syntero’s therapeutic interventions and prevention services for adolescents and teens are critical. A recent video; produced by Erica Wood, MA, LPCC-S, director of Youth and Prevention Services, Delaware/Morrow Counties; shares how Syntero’s school-based program is meeting youth at the point of need to help them process very complicated issues.
Join us for a four part training series on Trauma and Dissociation: Fundamentals of Assessment and Treatment. Presented by Helen Hill, LISW-S and Cheri Kerr, PCC-S
Online Registration is now open.
Space is limited to 40 participants.
Deadline for Registration is December 21, 2018
For more information contact Rick Soto, Syntero Lewis Center 740.428.0428
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. www.krogercommunityrewards.com.
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!