Syntero Provides Suicide Prevention Education

In September, during National Suicide Prevention Month, the City of Dublin and the Dublin Police hosted the Dublin Suicide Prevention Town Hall, a safe space for community members to discuss suicide prevention. Syntero clinicians led breakout sessions at the Dublin Suicide Prevention Town Hall in an effort to increase conversation and education for community members surrounding this epidemic that affects people from all walks of life and of all ages. Syntero CEO Julie Erwin Rinaldi also shared her personal survivor story with attendees. Thank you to the City of Dublin for including Syntero in this critical community conversation. Syntero is a leading provider of suicide prevention, intervention and postvention services and partners with schools, municipalities and service organizations increase awareness about suicide prevention.

Vote Yes for Mental Health & Recovery Services

The Delaware-Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board (DMMHRSB) has been a long-standing funder of Syntero’s community-based early intervention, prevention and treatment services and plays a vital role in the community as both a funder and planning body responsible for creating a system of care that supports the emerging and growing behavioral health care needs of Delaware and Morrow County residents. DMMHRSB is seeking a funding request on the November 2, 2021, ballot. Please join Syntero in supporting mental health and recovery services in Delaware and Morrow Counties.

Above: Syntero CEO Julie Erwin Rinaldi, M.Ed. (second from left) recently accompanied the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services Board team at the Delaware County Fair to share information about the critical behavioral health programs and services DMMHRSB supports in Delaware and Morrow Counties.

Grandparents Resource Guide

Syntero Grandparent Guide graphic

Syntero’s Older Adults program has developed the Grandparents Resource Guide to help grandparents who have taken on caregiver or guardian roles for their grandchildren.

Topics include tech, nutrition, clothing, shelter, education and overall wellness. Local resources primarily focus on Dublin and Franklin County; however, many resources are beneficial for all grandparent guardians.

View and download the guide here.